mas que un comentario es una pregunta, me pidieron investigar si drive image 7 funciona para discos de linux, supongo que se refieren a si se puede hacer un clon en imagen del windows 7, no se si pudieran ayudarme al respecto me seria muy util de antemano muchas gracias
AiL0 – Here’s what I got of your question from a google translate:
“but a comment is a question I was asked to investigate whether drive image 7 discs works for linux, I guess you refer to if you can make a clone image of windows 7 do not know if I could help in this regard would be very useful for advance thank you very much”
The dd command from linux works for getting and image of windows 7 also, though I use it most often to copy a boot sector and partition table.
For reliably creating and restoring Linux or Windows 7 disk images I’ve had good results with my favorite program “Image for Linux”. It has an option to use Windows 7 MBR compatible image, but you have to set that in the program options at the first screen, before you start the actual imaging process.
For entire operating system backups as an image, I’ve had good results with Acronis True Image, Norton Ghost, Paragon, Active Disk Image, Drive Snapshot, dd, and a couple others. Of these I prefer Drive Snapshot for creating a disk image out from under a running Windows. But the most reliable disk image for me is “Image for Windows” or it’s partner program “Image for Linux”, which I run from a boot disk to get an image of Windows while it’s not running.
Great post !!!
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