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  • VennerCorp 18:59 on April 24, 2013 Permalink |
    Tags: CompactFlash Card, , utilities,   

    How Do I Clone A CompactFlash Card?

    Below are some easy and straight forward instructions to clone your CompactFlash Card.

    The below instructions assume you are using a windows based machine and use a great little utility called HDD-Raw-

    Compact Flash

    Compact Flash

    Copy-Tool this can be used to create an exact low-level, sector-by-sector device duplication you can clone SATA, IDE, SAS, SCSI, SSD drives, USB sticks, SD, MMC and CompactFlash cards to an img file or to another device..

    Clone your CompactFlash Card

    • Download the utility from http://hddguru.com/software/HDD-Raw-Copy-Tool/.
      • We would recommend you get the standalone version as this means you don’t need to install the program and will run straight from the download.
    • Pop your CompactFlash card into your PC or laptop.
    • Start up the program.Clone
    • Highlight your CompactFlash Card and click continue (the card you want to copy).
    • Highlight the device you want to copy to, or select if you want to write to an image file.
      • If you want to write to an image file to copy to a CompactFlash Card at a later date –  Double click on the FILE option and choose the location and name for your image file.
    • Click Continue.
    • You will now get a display showing your previous choices, check them and then double check them – If you write to the wrong drive e.g. YoCompactFlash Card Cloneur main hard disk your computer will be very poorly!!
    • Click start.
    • The program will now clone your CompactFlash Card.



    That is it, you now have a clone or an img file of your CompactFlash card. If you created an image file this can now be used to make multiple clones.

    To go the opposite way e.g. Burn an image to CompactFlash Card, choose an image file in tCompactFlash Card Clonehe first window and then an CompactFlash Card in the second.



    If you would like to check out some of our useful Utilities please visit our Internet Utilities page.


    If you would like help with your computer or laptop then please contact us or visit our IT Support Page.

    • steve 17:30 on July 28, 2014 Permalink

      i dont understand,dont you need 2 or both cf cards to clone info to other cf card?i want to clone a cf card with a software on it,,the software is magic lantern,it is a hack for digital cameras,the software needs to be on every cf card to be used on camera,it doesnt load to camera,it stays on card,so it would be easier to clone each card with the software on it.so,i dont understand what your doing here,,dont you need to have both card on the pc?cloning from or to each other?i would like to clone my card to many other cf cards.can this do it???

    • VennerCorp 12:33 on July 29, 2014 Permalink

      You can use this software to create an ‘image’ of a CF card and then use that to burn multiple copies so you only need one to start with.

  • VennerCorp 15:42 on April 7, 2013 Permalink |
    Tags: , utilities,   

    What is my external IP Address?

    We have created a very simple web based utility to find out your externally visible IP address.

    To use our “What is my external IP Address” utility please visit http://whatismyip.vennercorp.com  and your IP address will be displayed on the screen.What is my external IP Address?


    Please note if you don’t have a fixed or static IP address your IP address will change every time you restart your router / modem / internet connection.


    If you would like to look at the rest of our useful Utilities please visit our Internet Utilities page.



    If you would like help with your computer or laptop then please contact us or visit our IT Support Page.


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