How to Backup Windows 7 PC to QNAP NAS?

Posted by @AOMEI

April 13, 2017

It’s a wise decision to backup Windows 7 PC to QNAP NAS, and a professional QNAP PC backup software as AOMEI Backupper is necessary.

Why need to backup Windows 7 PC to QNAP?

QNAP, short for “Quality Network Appliance Provider”, is aimed to deliver comprehensive offerings of cutting-edge network attached storage (NAS) and network video recorder (NVR) solutions. It is a wise decision that you have a QNAP NAS and backup your entire Window 7 PC to QNAP. As a result, everything on your Windows 7 PC is copied to the reliable QNAP so that you can do restore from QNAP as long as something happens to your PC hard disk. To finish the QNAP PC backup, you need a QNAP PC backup software partly because the inbuilt backup tool of Windows 7 only supports to create a system image.

Whats the QNAP PC backup software?

To finish the QNAP PC backup, a professional QNAP PC backup software is necessary and AOMEI Backupper is the one. With AOMEI Backupper, you can backup Windows 7 PC to QNAP directly instead of having a tedious operation to backup network drive to local in Windows 7, you can set a schedule to auto backup PC in case of forgetting to backup manually and regularly and you can incremental backup hard drive so as to update just changes from PC to QNAP NAS. Next, we’ll show you how to backup Windows 7 PC to QNAP with AOMEI Backupper.

How to backup Windows 7 PC to QNAP?

1. Download, install and launch AOMEI Backupper.

2. Select “Disk Backup” under “Backup” tab.

Disk Backup

3. Select your Windows 7 PC in “Step1”. Click “Step2” to choose QNAP NAS as the destination path.

Set

Choose QNAP NAS from “Share/NAS” in the pop-out window.

Choose NAS

4. In next window, click “Add Share or NAS device” to add your QNAP NAS. Finally, click “Start Backup”.

Add NAS

As you see, AOMEI Backupper is convenient to backup Windows 7 PC to QNAP NAS. Also, it supports to backup system, partition and files in all Windows editions, and it supports to save backup images to any device including external/internal hard drive, USB and NAS etc.