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Create Disk Image Wizard

This wizard will helps to create Logical Disk Image (default extension - .HDD) or Physical Device Image (default extension - .DIM

To start this wizard you have to select either Logical Drive or Physical Device for which you wish to create Disk Image and then run the wizard y doing one of the following:

  • Click the Create Disk Image button on the toolbar, or
  • Click Tools > Create Disk Image in command toolbar, or
  • Right-click the selected drive, and click Create Disk Image on the context menu

After the wizard start, follow the simple instruction on each proceeding screens:

Step 1. Set Disk Image Options

Where:

Disk Image file name
Specify file name under which the newly created image will be stored.
  • The Target Location for the Disk Images must always be on other drive.
  • File systems FAT16 and FAT32 do not support file sizes larger than 2GB and 4GB respectively. In these file systems is not possible to create a disk image file for a drive as it is likely to grow larger than 2GB (or 4GB). The solution in this case is to use a target location formatted under the operating system Windows NT/2000/XP and NTFS or create Disk Image split into several parts(chunks) by appropriate size.
Use compression for Disk Image creation
With this option on, the final Disk Image creates compressed - that will save some space on your HDD but makes your Disk Image less useful for further Data Recovery operations.
Specify chunk size
Image can be created as one solid file as big as original disk (if Specify chunk size not set) or stored split on chunks of size specified.

After complete this page, press Next button to proceed.

Step 2. Select Area of a Disk

You can make the Disk Image not of entire disk, but only part of it. On this page you can specify this area in two ways:

  • by pressing and dragging edges of selected area in picker control, or
  • entering exact first and last sector of selected area

After complete this page, press Next button to proceed.

Step 3. Confirm Disk Image Creation

Here, you can watch the process of Disk Image creation. You can cancel the process any time by clicking Cancel button.

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