I´m running a dual boot system with windows 8.1 and ubuntu. Both systems is on the same hardrive but of course at different partitions. I am happy with my system and want to backup the entire system. So I can go back to that if something messes up.
I´m thinking of using clonezilla to do a clone of the hadrdrive or create an image of the system. Let say I do an image and select all partitions will this work straight forward. I mean is it possible to make an image of two different os and then restore that image and you are back with the two os:s. Or do I have to make one image for ubuntu and one for windows?
I want to backup my entire system. My goal is to have the same hardrive so i gues image is right then? Clone if you should move the system to another harddrive?
What to do?
//I tried backing up with clonezilla and choosed to backup my partitions and selected all my partitions. But Clonezilla failed to backup one of the partitions. So should I choose to backup the whole hard drive instead? Will that work for two OS:s on the same disk. I think I did everything right but i didn't work for all partitions and I have no idea why.
I tried a backup on a 500gb harddrive with 200gb+ on it to a 1,5tb harddrive with 300gb+ empty space. I didn use any compression and the output file where 100gb+.
Any ideas? I forgotten the exact mesage that Clonezilla put as an "error".