1111 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Mar 19, 2011 8:04 AM by Mateus109
Rather easy, Disk Utility can't image and restore Windows, you need to use software that understands Windows and MBR. You will need access to your original drive, but why not just do a clean install.
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Take a look into Clonzilla, CopyCatX, Paragon HD Manager, or the old WinClone.
Thank Hatter for the info on Clonzilla, CopyCatX, Paragon HD Manager, and WinClone. I obviously should have done more homework before assuming Disk Utility would work
I'll try an XP Repair first before doing a clean reinstall. Reinstalling all my Windows application would be a real pain.
I've also tried FIXMBR, FIXBOOT, BOOTCFG /rebuild, copying various files from the recover CD, etc, etc as suggested on Windows forums but this hasn't helped.