admin wrote:Yes, the WIM files are absolutely identical, because you are using an Undo Disk. The Undo Disk lets you restore your system if something goes wrong during an operation, or it lets you cancel an operation before the WIM file has been fully created, safely. Without an Undo Disk, you'd be dead in the water if you lose power or anything goes wrong during the backup or restore phase.
It is better to have the WIM file in the C: drive, because then you can delete any unnecessary recovery partitions which are very small in size (and would not accommodate larger WIM files anyways), and you can keep growing the WIM file by recompression through DoubleSpace any time you install more apps and add more files to your target PC. If you think about it, this is the only practical option, actually.
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