Solved Transfer Win 10 system image

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Battlesoaked

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When I tried to create a system image on a 128 GB USB drive (ntfs format), I got an error message saying that it wasn't a valid backup location. I was able to save the image to my Seagate 4TB external drive. Can I just transfer the folder containing the backup from the Seagate Drive to the 128 GB USB drive?
 

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One can not use the restore function if the image is on the same drive that one wishes to restore.
So why do you want it on the Seagate drive?
 

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The Seagate drive is also an external drive. Thanks, tho, for your response. :)
I've decided to use Macruim Reflect, so I'm going to mark this thread as solved.
 
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