SonicStage Backup Tool

If you are looking for SonicStage Backup Tool, you have come to the right place. We explain what SonicStage Backup Tool is and point you to the official download.

What is SonicStage Backup Tool?

SonicStage Backup Tool is one of Sony’s software products which main function is to restore and back up data from any SonicStage developments like music and graphics. This program works through authentication method via the web which is used to avoid copyright violations during data restore and management.

Different media can be used to backup data. These include removal media such as readable CD and DVD, rewriteable CD and DVD, and hard disk. Before the start of the backup process, any removable media has to be formatted first.

Backing up data through this SonicStage Backup Tool requires 4 easy and simple steps only. The first step is to locate this program under Programs menu and click “Back Up Data” option. Secondly, you choose the destination window where to save the backup data. Then, select and specify the folder name window of the backup data. After that, run the backup window and click “Start” to begin and complete the process. If you opt to backup through a removable media, you may need to have more than one disc. Make sure that all data from CD or DVD are transferred before you start the backup.

Download SonicStage Backup Tool from the developer does not provide software hosting. We send you directly to the developer's site, to make sure you download the latest, original version of the program.

Download SonicStage Backup Tool (external link)


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Last updated: : October 3, 2012