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Restoring an image backup from one computer to another. Hi, everyone. Leo Notenboom here for askleo.com. I have had people get downright angry when they hear my answer to this problem. And its really a fundamental misunderstanding of exactly what image backups are for. Lets read an example question. If I wanna restore an image backup from a previous computer complete with its operating system onto another computer with a different operating system, will the operating system on the backup be allowed to and override the operating system on the other computer? If so, how do I get around this? So, to be clear, this isnt a matter of allowing anything. This isnt a matter of one backup or one system allowing something to happen on the other. You can absolutely restore an image taken on one machine to another. Theres no allowing it to happen. It overwrites everything thats on the destination machine, on that new machine. Its all gone. Its replaced by whatever is in that backup imag