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Okay, I decided to go with paragon to back up my hard drive. Its boot interface seems simple and easy to use.

I'm going to do a full backup onto an external but there's a couple of things I'm not sure about. Should I backup auxiliary files? and should I split my image file every so many GB so it gets split into multiple images or set it to create one big iso? I have about 800GB to backup btw
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The only reason I see to split it up is if you ever need to throw it on a FAT32 drive to move it otherwise I'd keep it whole.
    
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Vertex 2 [120 GB] + 4x WD Green 2 TB [Raid1] Samsung BD-R [12x] Microsoft Windows 7 Pro [x64] [3] Samsung SyncMaster 2233sw 
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