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Image Format

Postby AlanD » Fri Dec 30, 2011 5:58 pm

I am currently imaging my whole C: drive each time I create a new image.
The C: drive consists of three partitions created under BING,
including the partition for BING.

Any recommendations as to how to change my method, so that I still start
image with one batch file, but actually create separate images of each
partition.
That way, if I have grief with only one, I can just restore that one
partition.

Thanks for any inputs

AlanD
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Re: Image Format

Postby TAC109 » Fri Dec 30, 2011 7:02 pm

Just carry on as you are now.

When restoring, you can select from the one image file the
partition(s) you wish to restore.

On Fri, 30 Dec 2011 16:58:05 PST, AlanD wrote:

>I am currently imaging my whole C: drive each time I create a new image.
> The C: drive consists of three partitions created under BING,
>including the partition for BING.
>
>Any recommendations as to how to change my method, so that I still start
>image with one batch file, but actually create separate images of each
>partition.
>That way, if I have grief with only one, I can just restore that one
>partition.
>
>Thanks for any inputs
>
>AlanD
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Re: Image Format

Postby TeraByte Support » Sat Dec 31, 2011 11:58 am

if you want separate files, enable the "multi-file" option.

"AlanD" wrote in message news:958@public.image...

I am currently imaging my whole C: drive each time I create a new image.
The C: drive consists of three partitions created under BING,
including the partition for BING.

Any recommendations as to how to change my method, so that I still start
image with one batch file, but actually create separate images of each
partition.
That way, if I have grief with only one, I can just restore that one
partition.

Thanks for any inputs

AlanD
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