I have a hard disk here that looks like it is dying sooner or later. SMART checks already give me a lot of errors. The system is a dual boot with Windows and Linux and (not quite sure about that actually) maybe also some recovery partition and therefore several partitions.
I tried to make an image of the whole disk using clonezilla but this fails due to some read errors in one partition where clonezilla repeatedly tries to read same sector over and over even if I tell clonezilla to ignore errors. I aborted the imaging process after getting the error always for the same sector for several hours.
As the corrupted partition is the Linux
/home partition I have a backup of all the data which I could restore manually. Also all other partitions can also be imaged without errors hence I could restore all the other partitions from image. Is there a possibility -- either an option of clonezilla or a different tool -- that can clone the partition table and maybe selected partitions to another disk? Or is there any other way I didn't think of?