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dd cloning disks

I used toms root boot cause I was to lazy to build my own that will be a leisure time project. ATA33/5400 rpm disk. Left after one hour.
what did you mean by sys windows? I used grub for the boot, partitioned with linux fdisk, formatted with mkdosfs. 

oh yeah, i gave it an anti-climatic tag and dipped in aus jus as suggested
> Don't forget to stuff the disk in an anti-static bag 
> before shipping it to Asia.  
> > > Hello everyone, I am cloning a multiboot disk to another, the size is
> > > 10gigs, I've been looking arround (googling) but I can't seem to find
> > > any documentation on how long this will take. 500mgh,128ram. I have to
> > > leave work and I would like to know I left with a copy of my work.
> > 
> > I think much of this has been answered, but if you are cloning a live
> > filesystem you could have some issues. 
> > 
> > I always prefer to shutdown to single user mode or boot into a rescue
> > system before doing the copy. 
> > Additionally, although dd will do an image copy, when copying a Windows
> > partition, you should probably sys the new Windows partition to insure
> > you can boot it. 
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