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I have HDD ONE with two partitions, first partition is bootable with Windows on it.
I have HDD TWO with a backup OS, also bootable with Windows on it.
And finnaly I have HDD THREE where I want to clone HDD ONE's first system partition and make it bootable in HDD THREE's first partition (I will split hdd in two partitions later as needed).
For making things simplier (at least I thought so), I booted into my backup OS from HDD TWO, installed AOMEI Backupper, selected System Clone and boom - I have no option to select HDD ONE's OS partition as a Source Partition, I can only select Destination Partition.
I assume AOMEI Backupper expects to be Source System Partition the one the OS is currently running from. Is this true that there is no option to select Source Partition when doing a System Clone? Is there a reason not to have that option other than looking useless in most situations? Anyway I will boot back to my HDD ONE and do a System Clone that way but it feels a little awkward - doing a system image from a system currently running... but if AOMEI Backupper can do it, well, why not...