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I hope this message falls within the scope of the guidelines you published.
I want to convert to the KDE version for Windows. However, I want to be
absolutely sure I can get back, if it doesn't work out. (There is a
program that was very difficult to install, and
I don't want to ever have to do it again! As well as other paid
programs.) In order to do that, I would like to copy the entire Windows
partition to an external drive. On the Windows system,
the drive contains Win 7 plus pclos in dual-boot configuration. Can I
do (from the Linux partition) dd if=sda1 of=sdb and, if that is correct,
would the external drive be bootable?
If not correct, I hope that some kind soul reading this will correct