Sending Logs

If an error occurs or something doesn’t work as expected, sending us the log file will help to quickly identify the problem and provide a resolution.  To send the logs in Winclone 6, click on the Support button in the Toolbar. In the support ticket, enter your name, email address and a brief description of…

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Winclone 6 FAQs

How many times can I activate Winclone? Winclone Basic includes one activation, Winclone Standard two activations and Winclone Pro five activations.  If you need to move the license to a different Mac, make sure to first deactivate the license in Winclone Preferences before installing on another computer.   I have Winclone 6 Basic and it says that…

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Creating a Boot Camp Partition For Winclone 6

Previous version of this article. If you are restoring a Winclone 6 image on a Mac that does not currently have a Boot Camp partition, you can use Disk Utility on macOS to create one.  First, open Disk Utility in your Utilities folder (located in your Application Folder). Select the Disk as shown above, and…

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Installing License Key for Winclone 6

The quickest and easiest way to get Winclone 6 is to download it directly from http://twocanoes.com/winclone.  Once you install the app and launch it for the first time, you’ll be presented with an option to purchase either Basic, Standard, or Pro:   Enter the license key by clicking “Already have a license?” (see above) or by…

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Deploy Boot Camp Partition as Package With Winclone 6

Introduction Using the installer package creation tool in Winclone Pro 6, Boot Camp can be deployed to destination Macs using existing package deployment systems. A Winclone package will contain instructions to create the Boot Camp partition or to deploy to an existing Boot Camp partition. Winclone does not need to be installed on the target system…

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Mount Boot Camp in Read/Write Mode

Winclone 6 makes mounting a Windows volume in Read/Write mode easy.  Normally, macOS mounts Windows volumes (NTFS) as Read-Only.  If you want to copy some files to the NTFS filesystem prior to booting into Windows, you can mount the Boot Camp partition as Read/Write. To mount as Read/Write, simply select the Boot Camp partition in…

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Restore a Winclone Image to a Disk Image

Winclone 6 introduced restoring to a disk image directly in Winclone.  After you create an image of your Boot Camp partition, it is helpful to restore the image to verify that the data can be restored successfully.  Also, if you need to grab some user files from a Winclone image, you can restore to a…

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Save Boot Camp to a Winclone Image

Previous version of this article. Saving a Boot Camp to a Winclone image in Winclone 6 is easy. First, select your Boot Camp partition under Sources: Once you select the source, you will see the options in Destinations change.  Select Save Image. Select Save Image… If you are moving the Boot Camp partition to a different…

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Winclone 6 Preferences

To set preferences in Winclone 6, select preferences from the Winclone 6 menu:   The preference window has 7 sections: License Keys, Logging, Update Control, Page and Hibernate, BCD Options, Image Type and Backup Menu:      License Keys The license key section is where you Activate and Deactivate your license keys.  The license keys…

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Upgrading Winclone 6

To upgrade Winclone 6 Basic to Winclone Standard or to upgrade Winclone Standard to Winclone Pro is easy. You can do it right in the app.  If you select a feature that is not available in your edition, you will be prompted to upgrade: You can also activate the upgrade process by pressing the “Buy”…

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