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How long would it take to clone an almost full 160GB SATA drive?

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How long would it take to clone an almost full 160GB SATA drive?

5400RPM Toshiba 160GB 2.5" Hard Drive
Utilisation: 150GB
Imaging tool: Probably BootItNG

Just want to know if the image will take a few hours, 5-10 hours or more

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This should take approx 90 minutes
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Cheers :)
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