Free Ocster Backup Pro 4!

Ocster Backup Pro 4 is a commercial file-level backup software. These are all the features of Ocster Backup Pro 4 as per the developer:

In the past I have reviewed Ocster Backup Pro 3 and was not particularly impressed by the software; however Ocster Backup Pro 4 may have made improvements where v3 lacked, I don’t know, so be vigilant if you decide to get Ocster Backup Pro 4.

To get Ocster Backup Pro 4, follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free: v4.12

Free updates: No

Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7

Download size: 20 MB

Special note: This freebie is only available for the next thirty days

  • Visit the Winload.de Ocster Backup Pro 4 promotion page and click on to begin downloading Ocster Backup Pro 4.
  • After the download has finished, install the program. Note you will have the option of selecting English or German during installation as the language for the program.
  • After installation has finished, run the program. You will be promoted to register the software. Click on “Register for Free”:

  • The registration page will open. Fill out the form…

NOTE: You are also automatically subscribed to Winload.de newletters by filling out the above mentioned form.

…and click “Get Ocster Backup Pro 4 Unlock Code”. If you did it properly you will get a confirmation message:

  • Check the inbox of the e-mail address you registered with. There should be an e-mail from Ocster <support@ocstermail.com> with the subject of Unlocking Ocster Backup Pro 4. In the e-mail there will be a link you need to click on:

Click on “Click here to complete”.

  • After you click on “Click here to complete” a web page will open that gives your registration code:

Copy the registration code.

  • Go back to Ocster Backup Pro 4 and finish registering the software with the registration code you received:

  • Enjoy!

If you have trouble getting Ocster Backup Pro 4 for free, post below and I will try to help.

Thanks PeterB!

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15 comments

  1. RobCr

    @Fred Smith:

    Three tips -

    I always run it from the bootable CD

    I found it very reliable, except in my early days when I was stuffing around with the images. If I follow these rules, I have no problems -
    - Create the desired folders in the drive first
    - Once you have created an image, do not rename it, or it’s folder path, and do not copy or move the images.
    - Try to mimic the hardware setup for creating and restoring images (I may be being an ‘old woman’ with that one)

    The version I use was May 2009.
    I recently tried the latest version, and it hesitated and spluttered locating the connected drives. That scared me, and I went back to May 2009.
    My hardware is 6 years old. Perhaps they are not testing for older hardware.
    Keep one eye on it when booting up, to see if it ‘splutters’ during hardware recognition.
    If it does, yell out and I will get the May 2009 version to you.

    Regards,
    Rob

  2. RobCr

    @Fred Smith:

    If you browse Ashraf’s web site, you will find me preaching to anyone who will listen, to use Seagate DiscWizard, to image your hard drive.

    Whenever I have a dilemma, such as the one you raised, I take that as a reminder from the heavens to do my image that night (whilst having a meal).
    Then I experiment with the program in question.
    EG Allow it to do an update, and see if it is still fully functional.
    If it is not, you can then Restore your image, and BOB’s your nagging UNCLE in oz.

  3. Fred Smith

    This was still available as at 20th Sept ’10. Downloaded & install & registered full version 4.12 just fine. However it offered to update to v4.15. If I do that does anyone know if it will still be the full free version or just a trial version?

  4. CharlieSkywalker

    Hi,

    I have just downloaded and installed the program. But when I click on Register for Free button it cannot open the registration page. I tried many times but always get:
    Internal Server Error – The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request….etc”.
    So, I can’t fill in the registration form to get the Unlock Code.
    Can someone post here the URL of the registration page so I can get there directly, and not via Register for Free button. 
    Or someone has some other ideas how to solve this problem.

    Please, help. I am waiting…

  5. RobCr

    rob c
    I have just posted a comment on Ashraf’s review of the GOTD
    Tabbles Home
    You probably will be thankful, that I have clarified for everyone that ‘rob c’ and ‘RobCr’ are two different people.
     

  6. RobCr

    @rob c:
    I don’t think you should be allowed to use rob c
    as people will not know which of us is posting.
    I think the one of use who registered the name first, on the planet Earth, should be the only one that can use it.
    Mine was registered in January 1942

  7. rob c

    just wanted to say thanks for this software. i read your reviews on GOTD for a solid review. you missed a lot of good ones while on holidays, and a lot of people were blind with out your review.lol it was funny. anyway thanks again i’ve been hunting for a good back up program.

  8. Frank D

    I wonder if they really know what they’re naming it: oxter means armpit in Ireland too. Maybe they think that if you’re from the British Isles you’ll feel safer with your files stored in your armpit? (Sorry to be flippant, it’s likely to be a great product.)

  9. James Kelly

    Hi All,
    this is meant don’t to sound demeaning in any way but in Scots “ocster” means armpit!
    I’m not calling the software the pits as I haven’t tried it. Just thought it was funny in my warped sense of humour.