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Clone your Boot Camp partition from OS X.
Make different bootable partitions to perform your various actions.
Clone the whole disk including your system and data.
Back up/recover your system and data quickly and easily.
After a long hiatus, Two Canoes' popular Winclone utility for backing up Boot Camp partitions has returned.
Apple's dual-boot environment for Windows now fully supports 64-bit versions of Windows 7, 8, and 8.1.
Without an intact Recovery HD partition on your Mac, you will not be able to use Apple's FileVault disk encryption feature.
We answer questions about upgrading to Mountain Lion and setting up backups on an internal hard drive.
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Many Mac users have installed Windows to secondary partitions using Bootcamp, and in doing so can have important files on both their Mac and Windows partitions. This can make backing up rather cumbersome, especially if you are interested in being able
Apple's latest Boot Camp 4 that ships with Lion requires Windows 7, but there are some methods for retaining older Windows XP and Vista partitions on systems running Lion.
When discussing backup options, frequently we will mention cloning. There are two basic types of clones, block-level and file-level, and here are the differences between them.
Many have been waiting for official support from Apple before installing Windows 7 on their Macs, and the recent updates may not be as straightforward as updating Boot Camp and installing Windows 7.
Snow Leopard is being released tomorrow, and a variety of last-minute questions about the operating system has come forth. Yesterday, I posted a few of the common questions, and today we have several more regarding Boot Camp, space saved with the insta