SelfImage 1.2.1 build 92

by admin April 6, 2007 at 12:55 pm

SelfImage is the little hard drive utility with big aspirations.

SelfImage is capable of making an image file of a hard disk or hard disk partition, and can restore an image back to any drive or partition that doesn’t have open files. Useful for making backups. Unlike dd for Windows (or cygwin), SelfImage is capable of creating an image of a partition that is currently in use.

Additionally, when run on Windows 2000 or XP, SelfImage can create images of partitions that Windows doesn’t even recognize or have mounted on a drive letter. Perfect for the dual-boot system, you can create an image backup of a Linux partition directly from Windows.

Download: SelfImage 1.2.1 build 92

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  1. I used this program to make an image of a hard drive, and stored it on an external drive. I’m now trying to restore the image to a partition on a new hard drive in the same PC but it isn’t working. After I try it, the partition is no longer formatted as an NTFS partition but appears as RAW. Can anyone point me in the right direction? The old HD was 80 gig, the new partition is 85 gig. The PC is running XP Media Center edition.

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