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Restore disk image : Restore an image on 2nd disk (sdb) to 1st disk (sda) (Step by step)
  1. Boot the machine via Clonezilla live
  2. The boot menu of Clonezilla live
  3. Here we choose 800x600 mode, after pressing Enter, you will see Debian Linux booting process
  4. Choose language
  5. Choose keyboard layout
  6. Choose "Start Clonezilla"
  7. Choose "device-image" option
  8. Choose "local_dev" option to assign sdb1 as the image home
  9. Select sdb1 as image repository, then choose "restoredisk" option
  10. Select image name and destination disk
  11. Clonezilla is restoring disk image on 2nd disk (sdb) to 1st disk (sda)
Select sdb1 as image repository, then choose "restoredisk" option

Before mounting the device sdb1, it allows you to do a file system check. Here we skip it.

Choose the directory name on /dev/sdb1 as the image repository. Here we put image on the top directory (i.e., Current selected dir name is "/"). Use "Tab" key to choose "Done" then press "Enter" to accept the image repository:

Once you are sure the directory is what you want, press "TAB" key to the "Done" option and press "Enter" key to continue.
If you are not familiar with the disk or partition name in GNU/Linux, read the hints:
'The partition name is the device name in GNU/Linux. The first partition in the first disk is "sda1", the 2nd partition in the first disk is "sda2", the first partition in the second disk is "sdb1" or "sdb1"... If the system you want to save is MS windows, normally C: is sda1, and D: could be sda2, or sda5...'

Then Clonezilla shows you the disk usage report:

Here we choose "Beginner" mode:

If you choose "Expert" mode, you will have some chances to choose advanced parameters, e.g. imaging program, compression program, etc.. You can see more details here.

Now you can select "restoredisk" option:

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