I ran ubuntu off a usb stick to make images of partitions of a hard drive, I used GNU ddrescue, which is effectively like dd. The source drive (the drive I made images from), was 160GB.
how can I take images of NTFS partitions made with dd on one sized drive, and write them to another drive of a different size? The drive I want to write the images to is 1TB.
I'm wary of writing the partition to another drive's partition, then finding that sizes don't match and even resizing it might not work besides I don't really want to have to resize partitions anyway.
I thought perhaps there may be a way to convert a dd image to a macrium image, so I tried mounting the image with OSFmount, and right clicking the mounted partition and clicking to create an image in macrium reflect, but macrium didn't see it 'cos macrium seems to only work when there's an actual physical disk drive in there that it is creating an image from, not on just a virtual partition.
So how do you write a raw image, made from dd, to a partition of another drive?