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  1. Thread: Macrium and Linux Disks cloning by CountMike
    Forum: Backup and Restore
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    How to Create an Image of Your USB Drive...

    How to Create an Image of Your USB Drive
  2. Thread: Macrium and Linux Disks cloning by CountMike
    Forum: Backup and Restore
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    Norton Ghost I used many moons ago, don't even...

    Norton Ghost I used many moons ago, don't even know what happened to it. Used a lot of Norton stuff during W98 time.
  3. Thread: Macrium and Linux Disks cloning by CountMike
    Forum: Backup and Restore
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    I used AOMEI some years ago but switched to MR...

    I used AOMEI some years ago but switched to MR while I was still on W7. Had a free license Easus was giving away couple of years ago but that expires with next version, It was very slow anyway,
  4. Thread: Macrium and Linux Disks cloning by CountMike
    Forum: Backup and Restore
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    I have Linux Mint on internal SSD and that can be...

    I have Linux Mint on internal SSD and that can be backed up and restored but when I connect it thru USB it doesn't see it.
  5. Thread: Macrium and Linux Disks cloning by CountMike
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 15 Views 11,305

    You're right, I don't dabble in RaspberryPi and...

    You're right, I don't dabble in RaspberryPi and no, MR can't backup from USB sticks or microSD cards. It can make rescue disk and backup and restore to USB drives.
  6. Thread: Macrium and Linux Disks cloning by CountMike
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 15 Views 11,305

    Just to be clear, is that USB connected Micro SD...

    Just to be clear, is that USB connected Micro SD card used as Rescue disk ?
  7. Thread: Macrium and Linux Disks cloning by CountMike
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 15 Views 11,305

    Yes. I've been doing it all the time due to Mint...

    Yes. I've been doing it all the time due to Mint not having anything comparable to MR. Mint is on own SSD.
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