Create Image from Volume with Winclone 9 or later

Find an older version of this article here. Create Image from Volume creates a complete image of the Boot Camp partition, including all files, folders, applications, and the Windows operating system. The clone is saved to an image which can be restored using Restore from Image. “Select Volume” will show any currently attached volume that…

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Block-Based Imaging vs. WIM-Based Imaging

Winclone 6 (or later) has the ability to create Winclone images in either file-based (WIM) or block-based mode.  This article explains the difference and information on selecting the correct format. File-based (WIM) image format WIM format creates a Winclone image by creating an archive of all the files on a Windows volume.  All of meta-data (such…

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Tips for Preparing a Boot Camp Migration

Moving Windows to new hardware can introduce problems, many of which can be addressed at the source, before the migration. The single most likely problem for Windows after a migration is incompatibility of the hardware device drivers. Windows 10 has proven to be less problematic than previous versions when moved to different hardware. If your Boot…

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