Hello, A question regarding Paragon Backup & Recovery 2012 Free... In order to do a backup image of a (Windows XP) system disk, is a "regular" backup enough, or is a sector-by-sector (partition raw processing) required? Obviously to make sure that after restoring the backup, the operating system will work as before. I know that with Acronis True Image a standard backup of the system is OK, and sector-by-sector backup is suggested only for unsupported file-systems, or for disks with bad sectors. Since Paragon is a similar software, I suppose it's the same as with Acronis. Paragon's manual states: "Partition raw processing. Mark the checkbox to copy a partition in the sector-by-sector mode to successfully process unknown file systems. However it is not recommended to enable this option when working with supported file systems as it takes more time to accomplish the operation." I just would like a confirmation that I don't need this option. Thanks.