In HDM Pro 2015, I tried to create a full backup image of my Apacer USB Flash 8GB. It was made bootable with Easy2Boot utility, which created two partitions - one 7.6GB, another one 31KB and also 20MB free space. I picked "Backup to VD", then in the Wizard I picked "Back up volumes". Then I selected entire USB disk, so at the end it looked like this: http://i.imgur.com/F4Voqo4.png The orange part is that tiny Easy2Boot service partition, and the green part is unallocated space, so obvioulsy HDM did not mark it to back up. In the next step for backup image location I picked a hard drive which has plenty of free space (about 100GB). But what was confusing - at the upper part of the window, HDM shows that it is about to copy only that single 31KB partition! http://i.imgur.com/ky9Ewa5.png Why so? In the previous step I picked entire USB flash drive! If I understand, entire disk copy means that I want to copy both partitions and MBR. Nevertheless, I proceeded and applied changes. Then I got a popup window: http://i.imgur.com/Jn5L5z1.png I said "Yes". And then I got an error: http://i.imgur.com/XxxzZCB.png Why so? I have 100GB free space on the target drive. The source partitions are just 7.6GB and 31KB (and HDM even ignored the largest one and offered to copy just the smallest). I tried this also from a HDM recovery CD - the same result. Only if I pick the single partition on the USB, then HDM can back it up successfully. But I want to back up entire USB drive with all partitions and MBR. How can I do that?