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Backup Solution Needed - Incremental and Cloned Hard Drive Image

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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION (from Belarc Advisor)
Windows 7 Ultimate ( x64 )
Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
Installed: 8/9/2013

Hard Drives
C: (NTFS) (Boot) 500 GB        290.84 GB free
F: (NTFS)          2,199 GB      1683.77 GB free

Processor
Intel Core i7 930, 2.80 GHz
64 kilobyte primary memory cache
64-bit ready

Memory (RAM)
24,568 MB

Mother Board
Board: EVGA 141-BL-E757 Tylersburg
Bus Clock: 133 megahertz
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD 6.00 PG 08/25/2011

BACKGROUND
- I want to begin a backup and recovery solution for my home desktop computer.

QUESTION
Please tell me which version of CloneZilla should I use for my system. I want to create a bootable CD-ROM from which to run CloneZilla and then to create either a clone, or a disk image.

Also, for ongoing (partial) backups please explain whether CloneZilla compares to Macrium Reflect 7 to accomplish a simple backup / recovery solution. Not sure whether I need Incremental or Differential, or both. Your experience with Macrium would also be appreciated, or alternative solutions.

RESTRICTIONS
- I want to store the images in the cloud either on-the-fly, as created, or after saving to hard drive first.
- This question may evolve into which online backup solution to use. But let's start with what I've asked above, for now.
ASKER CERTIFIED SOLUTION
Sajid Shaik M
System Admin

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