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22 Mar 2012  
gregrocker
Microsoft MVP

 

Yes, built in Win7 will save and restore an image. But it lacks the flexibility of others like Macrium, Acronis, Paragon. In your case it might want more partitions saved than you chose there, and if it reimages them will want to put them in the same offset (position).

It is frequently required to run Startup Repair on a newly imaged or cloned HD, making sure Win7 or it's 100mb boot partition (preferred if you have it) are marked Active first. Partition - Mark as Active (Method Two)
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