I've just downloaded and used Clonezilla latest 220.127.116.11 version to CD in order to clone a disk with GRUB2 which boots a XP+Ubuntu dual OS partitions. I used Clonezilla since it seems one of the few programs which can create an image of the whole disk and make the (dual boot) disk boot again without any other action....but is it really so? or do i have to know anything before I try to restore the image? Creating the image was a breeze and this new version is really great,but I read somewhere that when restoring (to the same disk) a dual boot system - a disk clone- it would be better to use ADVANCED, and also choose NOT to touch the MBR, if you want to make a successfull reboot... I am a bit perplexed as I would have thought exactly the opposite,that is,I guessed Clonezilla got the measure of the MBR-Boot too in the cloned image,hence I thought of doing exactly nothing and then boot..... anyone used the new clonezilla this way can please help?