Yes, Macrium will clone. But be careful you have no logical partitions. Neither the paid versions of 5 nor the free version (and presumably paid) of 6 can properly handle a logical partition. The machine I'm typing on has a 1 TB hard drive with one logical partition, and until last September, Macrium (and Clonezilla) handled it all fine. Post September, no: and I've no idea why. NTFS on all drives. Linux not installed. So it's not the formatting.
Macrium Reflect Pro 5 trashed the clone claiming something was wrong with the logical parition. It actually created problems in that source partition too, which I had to fix. But ever after, it can't clone that partition, rightly. Image or backup, yes; but not clone. EaseUS' latest free Partition Master (and the prior version paid) also can't get the mbr right. Windows 7 32-bit is the OS.
So maybe it's a 1 TB problem not the logical partition, as all the other machines I have, don't have these problems. But none of them have logical partitions, either.
Edited by brainout, 29 July 2015 - 02:34 AM.