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Create Image of dual boot system with Windows 7

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Can I create an image of a dual boot system with Windows 7 built in imaging utility?  I have had no trouble creating an image of my laptop that has only Windows 7 but no success with the former.  
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With Norton Ghost you can
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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in the backup options , click system image on the left then select the drives you want a picture says a thousand words
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