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How do you capture a image of Win10 and create .iso


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What ImgBurn CAN do is act as a file backup application.  It can backup every file on your drive, but for things like Windows, it won't work to restore much from it to the HDD.  In particular, it won't help if your Windows is not booting.


Some disk imaging applications, though, like Reflect, have a file backup function in addition to partition imaging backup.  That's why I was interested in Reflect to begin with.  I was looking for a new file backup application and someone here on the ImgBurn forums suggested I try it.  I was also looking for something to replace the continuously buggy releases from True Image, forcing me to use ancient versions.  And Reflect became my disk imaging application, as well.

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