Re: Windows, alas!
Scott Reese wrote:
I was very happy using ntfsclone from the ntfsprogs package for backing
up and cloning ntfs file systems, including migration to other disks.
Migration to other disks eventually involves updating of the drive
geometry parameters if the destination disk has a different layout. Use
testdisk for this. Very recommended!
If you want to back up the Windows partition from Linux, you need to do
it at a bit level rather than a file level. Using dd works, and you can
feed that through bzip to compress it, if space is an issue.