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JaKSLaP

Best program to create an image of Windows 98

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Hey guys,

Does anyone know what's the best imaging software to make an image from Windows 98.

Thanks

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HUH???? Do you Google/Bing/Yahoo/etc.? (sheesh!!!)

hdd backup image "windows 98"
CloneZilla...
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HUH???? Do you Google/Bing/Yahoo/etc.? (sheesh!!!)

hdd backup image "windows 98"
CloneZilla...

 

 

Yes i do... but i want to know what the best version for Windows 98. maybe because its really old it needs a special version. 

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No. There is no "best version". I use Ghost, but that's not free. CloneZilla is (as is many others).

 

Cloning/Imaging isn't done on a Running OS. It's done via a Bootable Media. That makes the OS irrelevant.

 

HTH

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Strangely enough, clonezilla won't actually produce a "clone" image (and "normally" not even ghost), but rather a "backup" image.

 

Depending on which kind of image you want to make you might want to use Partition Saving instead:

http://www.partition-saving.com/

 

 

See here for a quick examination of the differences between images and imaging apps:

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/157634-hard-disk-cloningimaging-from-inside-windows/?p=1007158

 

jaclaz

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If you want to make a straight, raw image of the hard disk or a partition, you can use the Linux dd command. It will be very slow, though, depending on the size of your hard disk.

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