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Image for Windows – Making a Full Backup

The following tutorial walks you through backing up the main Windows drive sầu on your computer to an external hard drive sầu connected khổng lồ your computer through a USB port using the most commonly selected options. You can back up using other types of devices và use other options; please see the Image for Windows manual for complete details. Using Simple Operations mode is not shown in this tutorial.

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This tutorial assumes that you will be creating the backup using either VSS or PHYLoông chồng so that you can bachồng up Windows while it is running. If VSS is not available and you did not install PHYLochồng, you can install it by running the Image for Windows cài đặt again, or you can create the TBWinRE boot truyền thông media and use it to lớn back up under a Windows-lượt thích environment where you won’t need VSS or PHYLochồng. Use the tutorial, “Creating a TeraByte Recovery Environment, WinRE Boot Disc, or UFD Containing Image for Windows (TBWinRE)” to create the TBWinRE boot truyền thông media & boot your computer with it.

Attach the external hard drive lớn a USB port on your computer. Use the Windows Start thực đơn lớn browse or search for the Image for Windows program. If browsing the Start menu folders, Image for Windows is in the TeraByte Drive sầu Image Backup and Restore Suite thư mục. There will also be a shortcut for the program on the Desktop if that option was selected during installation. Run Image for Windows.
On the Welcome to Image for Windows
screen shown below, clichồng Backup và then clichồng Next.
On the Backup Type
screen shown below, cliông xã Full và then cliông chồng Next.
On the Select the hard drive sầu or partitions khổng lồ backup
screen shown below, check the box for the Windows drive sầu (HD0, in this example) & cliông chồng Next. Image for Windows automatically selects all partitions on the drive when the drive"s checkbox is checked..

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On the Select Where You Want to Save the Backup
screen shown below, select the USB drive from the menu of Windows Drives.
On the Enter a filename for the backup
screen shown below, make sure the drive sầu you selected in the previous step appears in the upper right corner. After selecting the desired folder for the backup, accept the suggested filename or type a name for your backup in the Filename box. Click Next to continue.Tip: The suggested filename includes identifying information about the backup. In the figure below, "w" identifies the Image program used to create the backup (Image for Windows). The "0" identifies the number of the drive sầu you selected to lớn baông chồng up, và the subsequent characters appkết thúc the date & time you created the backup khổng lồ the filename. If you are backing up a partition instead of a complete drive sầu, the partition ID number would appear after the drive number.
On the Backup Options
screen that appears, select the options you want khổng lồ use & then clickNext. Many people select Validate Byte-for-Byte along with the options pre-selected by Image for Windows.Selecting this additional option makes your backup take longer but ensures the integrity of the backup by catching any unknown system related problems; by selecting this option, you’ll know you have a valid backup in case you need khổng lồ restore it. For details on using the rest of the options shown on this screen, see the Image for Windows manual.
When you cliông chồng Next
, the Summary screen appears, showing you the actions you"re about to take.
When you click Start
, the imaging process begins, & a progress bar appears on-screen. You can interrupt the backup and validation operations at any time by clicking Cancel. Image for Windows will ask you to confirm that you want to lớn cancel before it interrupts the current operation.
When Image for Windows finishes, a message appears on-screen indicating that the backup completed successfully and you can cliông xã Close
to exit Image for Windows.

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