- Plug your bootable USB with Clonezilla in your computer
- Turn on your computer and access the boot menu
- Choose your USB key to boot
- Choose which Clonezilla you want to run, it is just a question of display usually.
- Choose your language (ex:
- Choose your keymap
Restoring a clone
Here we want to restore a clone of a full disk. The clone is stored as an image on our USB drive. The image we want to restore must be in a first level directory of our USB drive.
If you made an image of a 200 GB disk, you will need a disk of at least 200 GB to restore your image. Even if you used 30 GB on your disk when you imaged it.
- Start clonezilla
- Choose device-image. Usually we clone the disk or partition to an image that we store on a hard drive.
local_dev. This means that we will use a USB drive to find the image.
- Insert the USB device. Wait for 5 seconds and press ENTER.
- Look for your USB drive in the list displayed. Mine is mounted in
- Press CTRL-C
/dev/sda1(this part depends on what you got in step 5)
- Select the directory where you stored your image. You can only select first level directories.
- Press Enter and choose the
- Choose the image you want to restore and continue with OK.
- Choose the destination drive (on your PC) and continue with OK
- Check if the image restorable, this can take several minutes
- Read the messages displayed and ensure this is what you want to do !
- Press Enter to continue.