I'm now ready to restore the image file back to the disk, but have forgotten which tool / software I used to create the file with!
The file is in .img format, and it would have been created using some freeware tools, which I probably used from various boot CD's. At the time I'd been using Hirens boot CD, EBCD, UBCD, and some system recovery linux live CD's. I've checked though all of them, and can't find the tool I used to create the image file with. I can't even remember if the tool had the ability to restore the image file, although I thin kit probably did. I think it had a GUI, possibly running within a GUI O/S, rather than a command interface. It was pretty simple to use, and opened in a small window (i think), but I can't be sure.
I've tried just about all the backup / partition tools on all the CD's and none of them seem to be the right program.
The file is a .img file, is there some free software that can restore this image back to a hard disk? It's a full disk back up, including the system partition.
Is there a way I can find out which software created the image file?
Edited by aod_, 19 January 2013 - 10:37 AM.