YES, but only to a 2nd machine via network or to another local disk having FAT32- Format.LastMar said:So what you're saying is, you can create a backup of an NTFS partition as an image file,
Yes.LastMar said:and you can then restore that image as NTFS,
Yes, no image file to a local NTFS- disk. But you can make a copy of the NTFS- partitin to another ( free ) local NTFS- partition. So no image FILE, but a complete clone.LastMar said:but you can't save the image file on an NTFS partition in the meantime?
Writing to USB sticks should be no problem, they are recognized as local disk on Linux. I will try that at home tonight ( I'm at office right now :wink: )
I will write and post a HOWTO in the next days here. So please be patient.