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Hard Drive Clone or Backup and Restore?

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Typically Acronis will do a good job and giving the right size or let you manually select size. The problem is with the disk errors it won't let you adjust anything. So then you have to adjust it after the fact. It won't run in windows with the errors you have to use the emergency CD to do it.

He also has an EISA partition that is like 70MBs, I assume it is for the Dell Diagnostics and I wanted to recreate that but with the error it is giving it 1.9GBs partition instead of the 70MBs. I'm wondering how well Clonezilla handles disks with errors.