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Back up and restore plan for OS-mirror or clone?

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Doing a new build today, installing Win7Pro 64 bit on a 120GB SSD i7 2600k machine with a second "regular" HD.  I haven't ever made a mirror or restored from a mirror, so I may want to make one and do a restore, just for grins.  Maybe I'll do that today with this new SSD box build.  Install, make a mirror and then restore it?  I've heard EASUS has a good solution for mirroring or cloning. Is that the same thing?
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