About backing up dual-boot systems
|Article:HOWTO13641|||||Created: 2008-01-05|||||Updated: 2008-01-07|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO13641|
When you run a backup, everything on the drive is included in the recovery point, so it is bootable later if you restore it. An exception is if you back up a bootstrapped operating system. In such cases, you must back up–and then restore–every drive with operating system boot information for your computer to boot in the same way from a restored system as it did from the original configuration.
You should not create incremental recovery points of shared data drives if Backup Exec System Recovery is installed on both operating systems. Or, they are both set to manage the shared drive.
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