Macrium Reflect provides an option to backup all partitions required to restore the Windows System. For Windows Vista and earlier versions, taking an image of your C: partition was all that was required to backup your windows system. However, with later versions of Windows, and UEFI booting systems, further auxiliary partition(s) are also required for booting; these will be identified and included in the backup if you take this option.
Using the procedure presented here, you can either run a backup immediately or create a backup definition file and schedule the backup.
Macrium Reflect indicates system partitions by displaying the operating system logo in the top left corner of the partition on the partition diagram.
From the menu, click Backup
> Backup Windows, or select
the option as shown below:
The Disk Image dialog appears with all the Windows system partitions selected. Continue as for section 2 of Backup Paritions.