Is it possible to make a bootable backup of BOOTCAMP ? (AOMEI Backupper) ?
 
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Nadstaky
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Hello all,

I've spent a few hours to set up Win10 (BootCamp). I have AOMEI Backupper software, and I would like to know if it's possible to make a full bootable backup ?

 

Please let me know.

 

Best,

Eric

 

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The_Livy
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@nadstaky

I usually use Paragon Hard Disk Manager for Mac for backing up and restoring my BootCamp partition. At the beginning I sometimes had some problems restoring it, but figured out it works better if you first create a new BootCamp partition and then override it with the backup (like this BootCamp assistant won't say it can't restore the partitions back to how they were before). I'm not entirely sure how well restoring partitions works with Catalina yet, but changing BootCamps partition size worked well for me! In a worst case scenario, HDM offers you to create a boot drive to apply the partition changes with HDM (injected application into the recovery partition of the thumb drive) running off the recovery USB drive.

Hope this helps.

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joevt
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Free utilities like Disk Utility or iPartition can't do it properly? I haven't tried recently (I remember there was stuff in Windows that needed to be changed also - I don't know if that's still true with Windows 10). If not, then there's also Twocanoes Winclone. I haven't used it in a long time. I suppose it's been improved over the years as it's still actively being developed. They have a support forums page.

 

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Jyin
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I have been using WinClone for years.

It has automated / incremental backup. It can also restore to different Macs or another drives.

 

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Nadstaky
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Thanks all,

I've chosen WinClone. It's perfect !

Best,

Eric

 

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