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Are you still using the same backup solution for your PCs, workstations, and laptops that you had a decade ago? Are you looking for a modern, comprehensive backup solution that meets your needs today and in the future? Well, look no further than today’s discount software promotion, AOMEI Backupper Professional!

AOMEI Backupper Professional is a complete backup solution for your PCs and laptops, featuring backup/restore/clone of systems, disks, files, and partitions. With AOMEI Backupper Professional, you’ll be able to schedule backups, merge drive images, back up dynamic volumes and perform backups of UEFI boot and GPT disks quickly and easily. Supported backup destinations include both internal and external storage, as well as optical discs and NAS resources.

After disaster strikes, use AOMEI Backupper Professional to restore your entire system or just selected parts of it. Moving to a new hard drive? Use AOMEI Backupper Professional to transfer your OS and data without needing to reinstall Windows or individual software applications!

Please note folks: you may click this link to see the movies detailing a few of the product’s features.

This promotion includes the following:
AOMEI Backupper Professional - Paid upgrades and Must be installed during promotion day v4.1 ($39.95)
AOMEI Backupper Pro + Free Lifetime Upgrade (2 PCs) v4.1 ($54.95)

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The Fine Print
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Berry User So thie "LifeTime" license if on for the lifetime of the current version and not for future versions?

Is there a true lifetime, including all future upgrades available/
Tuesday at 12:49am Copy Link
Dave Rennie Just downloaded this free version and being warned that it contains malware.
They say try again later.
First time have ever had a warning like this.
What gives???
Tuesday at 1:06am Copy Link
Robert User I find that Aeomi frequently offers their program free. So I just wait until they offer a new version and upgrade that way.
Tuesday at 1:31am Copy Link
Joe User Infected!
Tuesday at 1:38am Copy Link
Peter Laszlo Downloaded file was indicated as containing virus and/or malware.
Any comments?
My anti virus is pretty accurate, so I will not take a chance.
Tuesday at 2:51am Copy Link
Ralph Countryman yup same here
Tuesday at 2:54am Copy Link
Stevo chrome blocked because it contain virus
Tuesday at 3:16am Copy Link
Marc User Using Firefox warned malware in the downloaded file?
Tuesday at 3:47am Copy Link
mitsy rae File contains a virus.
Tuesday at 4:04am Copy Link
James Alston Same here... tried downloading through all major browsers and each indicated that the program contained a virus - what's up with that?!
Tuesday at 4:51am Copy Link
Doris Ballard Have been a Bitster for years, and have discovered over time that there are quite a few of the offered programs which throw up some flags. Often, from what I've seen, the warnings have happened because of the nature of the program itself - what it's made to do.

I've never downloaded anything from Bits Du Jour that was infected - ever, even the program I just downloaded yesterday sent up flags. There have been a few times that the programs weren't up to snuff, and I didn't keep them, but I have *never* been given a virus or a back-door through a BJD program.

Also, I use the Vivaldi browser, which is Chromium based, and will warn of possible issues, but give the user the choice of whether they want to continue a download or not. I don't want to make this an advertisement for Vivaldi, but after trying *everything* else, Vivaldi is the best one ... does things the other browsers never even considered, and doesn't have a "nanny state" mentality. You might want to try it out for times like this.
Tuesday at 5:35am Copy Link
Gene Krug Downloaded file was free from virus/malware using Malwarebytes and Windows Defender.
Tuesday at 5:38am Copy Link
Cyril King Chrome says 'Discard- malware' so I discarded... if it's risky to download.
Tuesday at 5:54am Copy Link
Mark User How do you register it?
I cant find anywhere to put the register code.
Tuesday at 6:11am Copy Link
Barry Zakes Firefox indicated virus but both Bitdefender and Malwarebytes showed virus free
Tuesday at 6:22am Copy Link
Cyril King Downloaded from Aomei website direct, no problem, no malware, then used the codes in sent email... registered, working fine. :)
Tuesday at 6:24am Copy Link
Gr3gw Like Mark User, I can't find a way to enter the registration code.

Also, I didn't see any virus/malware warnings - Firefox and Internet Download Manager..
Tuesday at 6:24am Copy Link
Barry Zakes Gr3gw & Mark User-
When I started for the first time, it popped up a box saying it was expired and asking for the registration code. Other than that, I don't see a manual entry in any of the normal spots. Maybe try an uninstall/reinstall.
Tuesday at 6:31am Copy Link
Joe User Same here, AV warning. I'll pass. No thanks.
Tuesday at 6:55am Copy Link
Gr3gw As Cyril King says, download the Pro version from the AOMEI website and enter the code they sent you.
Tuesday at 7:07am Copy Link
Gary James Same here with the virus/malware warnings
Tuesday at 7:25am Copy Link
George N Chamberlain Sr Have tried three different browsers and got the following:This site can’t be reached’s server IP address could not be found.
Go to
Search Google for download bitsdujour bdj downloads 2018 ABPro June
Tuesday at 8:01am Copy Link
Richard User AOMEI Backupper Professional was blocked for download by Chrome browser as suspicious for malware. Message reads "This file is dangerous so Chrome has blocked it." I tried to dl it on 2 different PCs and got same message. I was finally able to download it using Edge. It scanned clean by Norton and Malwarebytes and also by Virustotal.
Tuesday at 8:29am Copy Link
George N Chamberlain Sr Tried Edge, Chrome & Firefox and I did not get any warning as suspicious. Went to Aoemi website and downloaded current version and enter license of purchased lifetime.
Tuesday at 8:53am Copy Link
Pequi Smith - Clean.
Install, unplug network, go to registration tab, you will get a "machine code". Enter that here:
Write it down in case you need to re-install. It will only be valid for that machine.
Support sucks (just see the number of support replies here - nil).
OTOH, program is good.
Tuesday at 8:53am Copy Link
John User My browser keeps telling me “This site is dangerous so Chrome has blocked it” best I leave this one alone? Is there another link where I can download it from?
Tuesday at 9:33am Copy Link
George N Chamberlain Sr Try from Aoemi website download the 30 day trial and enter license you got from BitsDuJour
Tuesday at 9:45am Copy Link
Candice Robertson Very happy to buy the pro license, but the "Fine Print" rules it out by stating the licenses must be used during the promotional period. I'll be purchasing a new PC in a month or two, so would like to install one license on my current computer and the other on the new machine. Not much of a "Lifetime" license if it's only going to be good for a few months. Don't know about you, but I've had very few systems over two - three years or so
Tuesday at 10:13am Copy Link
jboy Thank you to Aomei and BDJ! Installed fine on a Win10 Home x64 machine.

Because of all the issues mentioned in the comments, I downloaded the Standard v4.1 from Aomei's site ( ), installed it, upgraded with the key from the BDJ receipt and it converted to the Pro version.

I have not used it beyond the installation, no time now, so I cannot offer any opinions on the workings of it at the moment.
Tuesday at 10:31am Copy Link
LAWRENCE GROVES The Excel Superchareger program was automatically added to my purchase without my consent. Please refund the $30 purchase cost. Credit card charge will be disputed
Tuesday at 11:12am Copy Link
Gary User FireFox 62 flags this file as malware or has a virus.
Tuesday at 11:50am Copy Link
Vince User How do I register the freeware version?
Tuesday at 12:26pm Copy Link
Deák User no any virus in it.... turn down the sensitivity a bit... -_- bit defender even disables your network if you don't adjust the settings LoL... omfg nubs...
Tuesday at 12:27pm Copy Link
jack hath CHROME and every ANTI-VIRUS program FLAG any downloaded EXE file as malware. --- IGNORE THEM or be Google's pet DA robot!
Tuesday at 12:29pm Copy Link
O. J. I downloaded the Pro version from the Aomei website since my computer would not let me download it from your website. Now I cannot find out where to put the license key to register the program. I would like to try this program if I could please get someone to help me.

Thanks, in advance.
Tuesday at 12:50pm Copy Link
Constantin Florea @LAWRENCE GROVES, The issue you mention has been fixed. I also sent you an email about this.
BitsDuJour Admin - Tuesday at 12:54pm Copy Link
Constantin Florea Hi guys. Please notice that it's not unusual for some antivirus systems to report false positives when scanning a file/installer.

We use to scan our installers and in the case of this insallers there are 0 (zero) detections out of 67 scanners, please notice the URL below:

If you want to scan the URL yourself using please notice below the URL to the installer we're using for this promotion:

You can simply supply this URL in (notice the second tab where it says 'URL') and see the analysis for yourself (this means you will not have to download the installer until after you have made your own scanning of this file using
BitsDuJour Admin - Tuesday at 12:58pm Copy Link
Joe McCormick The fine print states: Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed. So what happens if my computer dies. Does that mean I can't reinstall the program on the new computer?
Tuesday at 2:48pm Copy Link
John User Mines working fine now.
Once a month I make a clone of my computers HD, this way I never loose any programs or apps.
Tuesday at 3:03pm Copy Link
Tip I just downloaded the program via BitsDuJour without issue through Firefox 6.
Tuesday at 4:44pm Copy Link
Gr3gw "Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed"

That's the thumbs down for me. The program looks quite good but severe restrictions on how the license can be used makes it a 'no go' for me.
Tuesday at 5:09pm Copy Link
AOMEI Technology @Berry User The "Lifetime Free Upgrades" license ensures that you're entitled to upgrade for FREE to any later new versions that we release after you buy. No annual billing or renewal cost. The license also includes free perpetual technical support.
Jim Buchanan Great. I guess I should have followed what everybody said. I just paid for the lifetime one and can not get it to install. Now I'm out the money and it will be too late for me to get it fixed before the promo is over. I actually wanted it for my two computers but one just lost its hard drive (cannot access the drive) so would have to wait for a few days to install it on a new hard drive.
This is the second time I should have paid attention to the comments and not paid for anything this late at night. $31 CAD lost. I'm going to bed. What can one say? No one can resolve my issue before the promo is over.
Well, the rest of you can have a good night. Damn.
Tuesday at 8:06pm Copy Link
Slartibartfarst Once the Free AOMEI Backupper Pro v4.1 is downloaded, HOW THE HECK DO YOU REGISTER using the key sent separately via email?

Others ask this above, but seems to be no answer yet. (?)

My installation does not ask for a key or anything. It just works.
The installer removed an earlier Pro version that I had and asked if I would like to keep the key, or something, so I said "Yes".
Is that how it "registered" - i.e., automatically using the old key?
By the way, I have used AOMEI Backupper Pro for years and it is a RUDDY BRILLIANT tool. Saved me a lot of work.
Refer: AOMEI Backupper FREE + AOMEI Partition Assistant FREE - Mini-Review -
Tuesday at 8:58pm Copy Link
conceptualclarity I never was given a prompt to enter the license key, and I find no place on the GUI to enter the key. "About" shows I do have the Professional version. But do I have just a trial or do I have the lifetime version promised?
Wednesday at 12:12am Copy Link
Michael R. Is it possible, to backup a complete harddisc (incl. disc-structure, etc), except for the content of some specific partitions (,e.g. drive D:, E:), so the restored harddisc would be exactly the same, except for These drives, which would end up empty on the restored harddisk?
Wednesday at 12:17am Copy Link
Jordan User I'm assuming this will let me upgrade to newer versions?I had to install the standard version and upgrade with the key I purchased.
Wednesday at 1:48am Copy Link
H. H. @ aomei
it´s kind of a company to offer software for free, so that´s a reason to say thank you.
Unfortunately aomei now causes a very bad experience at win 7 ultimate 64bit notebook
aomei pro 4.06 was installed, wanted to install 4.1, aomei new installation first deinstalled previous version, than stopped with a warning,

that a (aomei related) service could not be replaced, so used the recommendation to abort.
Restarting windows is impossible now, since always hanging at class.pnp followed by a not readable bluescreen. Nothing else had

been changed, no new software, no changed hardware. tried all kind of special boot modes (revert to last functioning image,.., safe

mode,..) - nothing helps. also tried windows system rescue disk, but restoring previous restoring points also fails, start up reapairing,

trying adoptable restore - nothing helps.
The software that should help to save the pc has now a completely functioning windows system destroyed.
What shall one do - could it help to edit the registry e.g.- delete certain entries (which??) - or what else to do to get the system working
Some years ago aomei was most likely to have caused a similar problem on another pc - there starting window 7 ultimate was

impossible since always hanged at ambakdrv.sys - a time and money consuming nightmare
Hope you find a solution since windows is not able to start since trying to install the today offered version
Wednesday at 6:57am Copy Link
Slartibartfarst @H. H: Your problems with the failed AOMEI Backupper install sound horrendous.
I too had some problems with the installation, but I put it down to my mistake in pointing to the wrong directory for the existing (previous version) installation.

To overcome the problems, I had to uninstall the NEW installation and manually delete bits of it that could not be deleted by the uninstall process. I eventually got it to install in the correct (existing) directory.where the previous version had been installed, and all was sweetness and light. I never had the sorts of problems you have described though.

It seems that NEITHER BDJ NOR AOMEI are monitoring this discussion thread, as no-one seems to be attempting to answer the questions posed - e.g., like the Q about registration that I and others have posed in this discussion thread.

What you probably need is tech support from AOMEI. As a longtime AOMEI user, I have found them very helpful in the past, even though I was not a paying customer. Their TechSupport email address is given on their website - go to Contact Us in the top RHS of their website and that takes you to their links page. The SUPPORT email address is given there.
I shall write it in expanded form below, but this forum seems to automatically strip out hyperlinks so you might not get to see it:
Wednesday at 7:30am Copy Link
Pequi Smith @Slartibartfarst
The license is tied to the Machine ID. So if you upgrade from 4.0.6 to 4.1.0 and elect to keep the registration(it will ask), it will upgrade to a registered version of 4.1.0. Which is what happened to you (and me).
If you clone the partition to another HD, the registration will be invalid since it uses the HD serial number (and other stuff) for the registration algorithm.

>By the way, I have used AOMEI Backupper Pro for years and it is a RUDDY BRILLIANT tool.
I use it on my laptop. Yes, it's good. Never failed me.
Wednesday at 7:42am Copy Link
Shadowlord Is only the free giveaway license tied to the Machine ID or does this also apply to the paid AOMEI Backupper Pro + Free Lifetime Upgrade (2 PCs)? If I change my hardware e.g. hard disk, CPU and mainboard, do I have to buy the software again?
Wednesday at 7:53am Copy Link
Slartibartfarst @Pequi Smith: Thanks for that. I was aware that the registration was probably attached to the Machine ID but not that it was attached to the HDD ID also. That could be a good reason for NOT using AOMEI Backupper Pro. Interesting.
I originally used AOMEI Backupper FREE to clone a failing HDD on my laptop to a new HDD. I then replaced the failing HDD with the new (cloned) HDD, and the laptop worked perfectly - including AOMEI Backupper FREE, which I used to test it all out after the switchover.
Wednesday at 8:53am Copy Link
Candice Robertson @Slartibartfarst

Since you're the most thorough reviewer I've ever known. Regarding the paid lifetime license, do you know if I need to re-install Windows (happens all too frequently) on the same machine, will the license code fail, If I've already used both of the license codes on two machines.
Wednesday at 9:28am Copy Link
Dennis Johnson Yup. Chrome refused to download it, stating it was dangerous. But IE don't care. And neither do I. So I downloaded it. Installed it. Then was told the license code was invalid.

I guess I didn't need another backup software after all. :(
Wednesday at 12:45pm Copy Link
Candice Robertson I had no problem with it accepting the code. I would just like to buy the lifetime version and not lose the registration if I clone to a new SSD.
Wednesday at 12:53pm Copy Link
Dennis Johnson UPDATE:

I had no problems downloading with Chrome from the developer's website. After downloading that file, I had no problems installing the license code received. Thanks!


I thought things went fine. So I decided to test that theory and install on a different box.

The install seemed to go fine, but when I entered the license information, it again stated it was invalid. Thinking of what was different; the only difference was that I installed the program, uninstalled it. then installed it again. That's when I didn't have any license issues.

So I tried it on the new box. I uninstalled the program. During un-installation, a screen prompt asks if you want to save the license information should you reinstall. I say OK. Let the uninstaller finish. Install again. Hit the "click here to register" link. And again am told "invalid license code".

I give up. That's enough for me. Have fun, ya'll. I'm out.
Wednesday at 1:06pm Copy Link
Peter Laszlo Unfortunately it seems that everyone who posted is correct irrespective whether the software was infected or not infected and whether it installed correctly or did not install.
It is also safe to conclude that most if not all the contributors are experienced users or power users.

I suspect that Microsoft O/S are also at fault where for example Chrome works on one system but not on another system. Having been around PC-s since day one and DOS/Windows 3, I found that installed Windows registries become corrupted over time and quite possibly, no two installations are 100% identical in the universe.

The bottom line is that the application should not have had any indication of virus/malware and should have installed correctly on perhaps 90% of systems.

Irrespective whether the software is infected or not, I will not be installing it.
Wednesday at 2:20pm Copy Link
D J I encountered the same thing as others. Firefox 60.0.2 kept flagging the file as infected. I saw the post by user jboy and did the same thing. Went to AOMEI's website and downloaded the free, standard version @ , the file was not flagged as infected so I installed it. Next I used the License Key that was e-mailed to me via the BDJ Checkout procedure to upgrade the Standard version to the PRO version. Thanks jboy!
Wednesday at 2:41pm Copy Link
Vince User Asked yesterday; no answer. How do you register the free version? Thank you.
Wednesday at 3:45pm Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Vince User, It is possible the program is already registered from a previous giveaway we ran for this product.

I also just contacted the vendor asking them to help you with the issue you mention.
BitsDuJour Admin - Wednesday at 3:50pm Copy Link
RichU Chrome will NOT allow me to download this file. Calls it Dangerous! This is new behavior for Chrome. The only choice is to discard.
Wednesday at 4:01pm Copy Link
conceptualclarity Thanks to Dennis Johnson, I now understand what went wrong with me such that I never was given a prompt to enter the license key, and I found no place on the GUI to enter the key.

During installation, if you have a previous version of this program, you are asked to uninstall it. During that, you get a prompt suggesting allowing you to save the license information. In order to reject this, you have to click "Cancel." That tripped me up because I thought it would cancel the whole installation process. I reinstalled with the seup file, and this time when I came to that prompt about the old license info, I selected "Cancel." The installation finished. I clicked "Enjoy now." That brought up the program GUI with a prompt window where I enetered the new license code from BitsDuJour. It worked.
Wednesday at 5:06pm Copy Link
Slartibartfarst @Candice Robertson: Sorry, I can't answer your Qs re the Lifetime licence as I have no experience of that.
It might be safest to assume the worst case scenario unless someone from AOMEI has said otherwise in this discussion thread.
Wednesday at 6:24pm Copy Link
H. H. @
thank you for your advice and the link. I´ll post to aomei support
Wednesday at 10:47pm Copy Link

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