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Windows 7: Using MAcrium Reflect free and ATI in dualboot question


31 Mar 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 
Using MAcrium Reflect free and ATI in dualboot question

Had been thinking about this one question for a long time.

Can I use Macrium Reflect free and Acronis True Image on a dual boot system. One partition with ATI Home and the other Macrium free. Currently using ATI Home but been wanting to try Macrium Free.

The thing is can the .tib whihc is the image file that is done with ATI Home be converted to Macrium Free?

ATI Home can convert the .tib to Windows backup. Does Macrium do this? I mean convert it's image to Windows backup image?

I know I should just stick to one imaging but I really just wanted to ask this one.

Have anyone of you guys tried having 2 imaging apps in a pc?

Any ideas is really appreciated

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