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Creating a Disk IMG from drive

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Does anyone have any good information on how to create a disk image file from a drive.  Drive can be either a floppy or a removable drive.  Looking to do this in VB.Net.  Thanks
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This site looks useful to what it sounds like you're looking for:

http://club.cdfreaks.com/f73/creating-iso-vb-net-nerocom-please-helpppp-146790/
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