Posted 12 February 2006 - 09:24 AM
Copying a hard disk is different from imaging/cloning a hard disk.
Generally, you'll use copying to save your data and files (and not the system files).
Imaging/cloning will make an exact copy of your hard drive - so that you can restore the image later on and put the computer back to where it was when you made the image.
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