no i think NOT talking about making a mirror of the rescue media by macrium.
I am talking about making an image from a USB just say it's a installable win10 USB.
macrium cant make an image for
1. win10 boxset USB key
2. any TF card which contain the rescue file that comes with your notebook.
I am ok with the current situation as I use for atom.
but it will be better for customer if they know macrium dunt support mirroring USB flash drive.
and I do think their sales WILL drop heavily for that.
I only lately found this post:
Is there anyway to image backup a usb flash drive with Macrium Reflect?
I can use utilities like imageusb but they image the whole flash drive when I am only using about 35% of the drive.
It's a shame that Reflect cannot do this operation itself... it's been requested many times. Many other imaging softwares can do this operation.
I, personally, use Image For Windows (it's not FREE, it's my backup imaging solution for Reflect) which does the job very nicely, just the way you describe (active file structure only).