|15 May 2011||#1|
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What if I image HFS+ partition to NTFS as file backup?
Most back up programs does not support GPT drives - even Acronis True Image Shareware -.
I installed Easeus Todo and it didn't support either.
I have MacDrive on my Windows and can see all the files in HFS+ partition.
Now, if I choose file back up from Todo and select the HFS+ partition -since I am able to see all the files with MAcDrive- , will I be able to restore the partition if something happens?
(I am not worried about MBR, I imaged it with Clonezilla - but couldn't image the HFS+ partition for some reason)
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