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Another clone safety feature is a “Firewall” program. If the firewalls on all your systems are configured, the firewall program in CCC will allow only the software on your system to send data to the cloud. CCC can be configured to run an initial scan of your system from an external scan file or from the Firewall menu after it has finished backing up or cloning. If CCC encounters a known problem, it can temporarily disable the firewall program.
If you run the “Source” application, you can clone or copy C partitions or Clonezilla drives to another computer’s drive (external drives or a network storage device). A cloned partition/drive is in an inactive state. The “Source” application will allow you to copy back and/or change the partition or drive before it is cloned or activated.
Connect your Cd/Dvd drive, eject the CD/DVD, then run the “PipeDrive”. A cloned disc will be created on the same drive the disc was copied to. Use the “Source” application to copy the cloned disc back to the original DVD/CD if you wish.
If you are not able to access the COM port, you can install the minicom application on Linux or the terminal program on Windows. After the application is installed, you should be able to access the serial device under the Tools menu. You can use the terminal application to test the connection to the device (press ENTER on the standard keyboard layout).
To clone a primary or active bootable volume on a computer, you must create an unattached clone or an active clone. Unattached clones are created without a prior connection to the original disk drive. In the Windows operating system, they are created by selecting the Clone Disk Wizard from the Disk Management utility. Alternatively, the unattached clone can also be created by initiating a backup and saving the image file to an external data source. In a Linux or macOS operating system, you need to create an unattached clone by using the dd command in a terminal.
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