Selecting a target diskpartition

1. Select a target disk or partition where you want to restore the selected image. You can restore data to their initial location, to another disk/partition or to an unallocated space. The target partition should be at least the same size as the uncompressed image data.

Restore Data Wizard

Restored Partition Location

Select a target partition or unallocated space for the restore.

Pleaae select a target partition or unallocated Hpa.ce to restore the partition image. The partitions already restored are checked off and disabled. The locations without enough space for restoring the image are disabled as veil.

Pleaae select a target partition or unallocated Hpa.ce to restore the partition image. The partitions already restored are checked off and disabled. The locations without enough space for restoring the image are disabled as veil.

Partition

Path (mount point)

Flags

Capacity

Free Space Type

s da

^^ unallocated

39.03 GB

Unallocated

v&'Hdal

PrifAct.

5.002 GB

4.261 GB FAT32

ada 5

20 GB

12. 65 GB NTFS

ada 6

502 KB

Linux Swap

C*^sda7 (/)

/

5.002 GB

1.392 GB Ext2

ada 8

5.002 GB

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All the data stored on the restored partition will be replaced by the image data, so be careful and watch for non-backed-up data that you might need.

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