Win 7 HP 64 bit
Edit: I have edited out "MBR" and replaced it with "System Reserved."
I've had my computer for about 5 years and have never gotten Windows Image backup to work properly.
I now have EaseUs Todo Backup free edition. ( Got a severe adware with the download of EaseUs Partition Master and Todo.)
EaseUs backup has a System backup that aparently makes an Image of the C: partition only. I'm pretty sure that if I ever need to recover from that, I will have a bootable C: drive again. But, I need to image my D: partition also. EaseUs has a feature 'Disk/Partition backup' that allows me to select my System Reserved, C:Windows, and D:Programs, partitions.
Does anyone know if, by using EaseUs Todo 'Disk/Partition' backup, it will create a restoreable, bootable image for my primary drive, C: and D: partitions? Basically, does Disk/Partition backup make a normal restorable image as long as you have it include the System Reserved?
Can I create a bootable DVD with EaseUs Todo backup software on it?
Edited by harryhh, 06 August 2015 - 11:15 PM.