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Windows 7: Macrium Reflect Free and GPT+MBR

21 Jun 2015   #11
Bellzemos

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Well I did that once already, without even questioning it (I did a full system image of a tablet drive which was GPT formatted onto a normal MBR formatted exetrnal HDD). But then I saw the feature comparison chart of the new Macrium Reflect v6 and there was the GPT SUPPORT and then I started questioning it...

Anyway, thank you all for you comments! :)


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