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I'm going to use Clonezilla to backup my HDD, only problem is I'm not sure which ISO to mount, its complicated with the i486, i686, and AMD64 I'm just not sure which one suits my system and there isn't really a detailed explanation. other than that the rest of the backup steps seem pretty straight forward.

anyone who has experience with this know which one I should use?
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you need to use AMD64 as you are on a 64 bit system. FYI AMD delvoped the X86-64 instruction set and licenced it to Intel IIRC.
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ah ok so it doesn't matter if I'm on an Intel then, as long as my OS is 64-bit I need that one. thanks! now I just hope my drive doesn't die before i can finish backing it up lol
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Intel Core i7 860 @ 2.88GHz ASUS P7P55D Deluxe XFX Radeon HD 5970 Black Edition 8GB DDR3 
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