How to use Active@ UNERASER for Disk Image creation?
A Disk Image is a copy of the drive saved in file. Disk Image can be useful for backup/restore purposes or, even for the analysis by other utilities. Using Active@ UNERASER you can create Disk Image for the whole HDD (Hard Disk Drive) as well as for the particular logical drive.
- Start Active@ UNERASER
- Select the drive (HDD or Logical) you want to create image for
- Press [Ctrl]+[I]
- Select path on another logical or network drive where disk image will be saved
- Press OK or [ENTER] key, see the progress and wait until creation of disk image is finished
Another way (available in Professional version only) is to run software with parameter -image, for example:
Created Disk Image is set of files: Drive_80h.hdd, Drive_80h.001, Drive_80h.002...
Each file (except the last one) has size 1GB. Reason for files separation is that MS-DOS does not support files having size more than 2GB. If you need disk image of the whole drive in one file - you can merge them later on manually.
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