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Need to do an image of my windows 10

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Need to do an image of my windows 10

I got a new Laptop and I've got it to a point where all the drivers and apps I need are running very smooth. I'm not a big fan of backups etc, but I feel the need to make a complete copy of my current Windows 10 OS, any thoughts on the best way to proceed with that would be welcomed bearing in mind the last backup software I used for imaging a complete OS was either copy *.* or Norton Ghost!

 

Also, what the hell is ISS related to?

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Windows did an update a while back and removed some funky type of wifi streaming etc, not sure if thats related, but I would like to pin that down before backing up.

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Re: Need to do an image of my windows 10

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I believe ISS stands for Integrated Sensor Solution.  Some sort of Intel product, possibly, but I have no idea what it does.  The exclamation marks indicate it is not working correctly.

 

Instructions on using Windows to make an image are here; http://www.windowscentral.com/how-make-full-backup-windows-pc

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Re: Need to do an image of my windows 10

If you are wanting to make an image of the entire PC (as opposed to just the Windows 10 operating system files) I would recommend using the free edition of Macrium Reflect.

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Re: Need to do an image of my windows 10

I wasn't aware that windows would image the lot, so thanks for that.

I had to slim down the drive a bit to make 100GB backup section, but I still can't find a solution to the ISS thing.

Best Guess is this http://www.intel.co.uk/content/www/uk/en/architecture-and-technology/widi-pro-widi-discontinued-noti...