Image?......here's a free one.
I use it ..... seems to work fine.
There are others....use google.
Perhaps visit the maker of your machine... Dell/HP etc. or the maker of your HD...WD...Segate...Maxtor......they usually have a HD>HD copy util you can download.
There are other clone utils....use google.
I cancelled an attempt to backup my primary hard drive to another usb hard drive. I restarted it and when the message to replace existing files came up I selected, "Dont copy existing files" and checked "Do this for all 4,000 instances," with the intent on speeding up the restarted copy by only copying files that did not exist. What I discovered at the end of the backup was that my backup drive had 20 Gigabytes more than the original.
How can I VERIFY that I do not have extra copies of files?
Is there a better way of creating an exact backup of my hard drive without using Explorers copy and paste? I dont want a .BKF but an exact, working copy. Im using Vista Business.