Re: Questions about RAID setup
Will True Image backup an entire physical drive verbatim, across all
partitions of any type ? In other words, a byte for byte image so I
effect an exact drive copy ?
It does have that option. I've never tried it, but I suspect it will work
great. I use it to image the primary active partition (C:) quite regularly,
on two different computers. And the restore function works fantastic. But
in creating the image, I've never checked off the box to image the entire
PHYSICAL drive, but it's there. -Dave
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