Have just installed Macrium Reflect Free, with an eye to upgrading to the Pro version if I find I like it. Computer is a 1+ year old Dell laptop, Windows 8.0, with a singe "1 TB" hard disk (in reality 931.51 GB usable, no need to explain that <G>). The Macrium analysis reveals no less than 7 partitions, as follows:
1. ESP, FAT32 (LBA), total size 500,0 MB, 449.8 MB free
2. DIAGS, FAT32 (LBA), total size 40.0 MB, 512 B used (but 40.0 MB free <G>)
3. Microsoft reserved partition, unformatted, total size 128.0 MB, 0 MB free
4. WINRETOOLS, NTFS, total size 490.0 MB, 204.7 MB free
5. Windows (C:), NTFS, total size 918.19 GB, 814.83 GB free
6. no name, NTFS, total size 450.0 MB, 437.7 MB free
7. PBR image, NTFS, total size 11.75 GB, 733.8 MB free
It gives the beginning and ending addresses of each partition.
OK, I know what some of this is - #4 is the system recovery partition, #5 is the C:\ drive, but could somebody please explain the rest of it? I do like to understand the nuts and bolts.