I had two identical computers of which one had a damaged Windows 7 installation that refused to boot.
The other was a spare machine for that case, but unfortunately it wasn’t updated for about 2 years.
So I had to install about 200 Updates which was really annoying.
After all the updates were installed I decided to make an image of the up-to-date computer and restore it on
the damaged one.
Since I’m a big fan of open source tools, I wanted to use one and decided to use Clonezilla.
The biggest problem with Clonezilla is that it does not support creating images of Software/Fake Raid’s/Firmware RAID’s according to their website.
My computers both have 2 SSD disks with 120GB each configured as RAID1. The RAID controller is the one provided by the Intel X79 chipset of the ASUS P9X79 Pro Mainboards, which is a Firmware RAID.