Posted 15 June 2008 - 06:14 AM
Newer versions of Acronis have the ability to backup certain parts of your system (I don't use this feature).
Imaging your hard drive is the process of creating an exact copy of the entire contents of your hard drive. It's not commonly used for backups because it takes longer to do, and it takes up a lot more space.
The benefit of imaging is that, should Windows give you problems, you can put the image back on your hard drive and you'll be back where you were the day that you made the image.
If your Windows CD won't give you an option to repair - what message does it give you when it first boots up?
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