Creating Image from Volume fails

I’m using Winclone 8.2, trying to make a backup of my bootcamp partition to later restore on a new MBP.
The process isn’t working.

The log of Winclone shows:

2020-07-19T19:13:46+03:00:We have Windows, but no BOOT folder, so checking to see if there is another partition on the same drive that has the folder. If so, we have a split boot config, and will grab the boot files
2020-07-19T19:13:51+03:00:Setting to not sleep…
2020-07-19T19:13:51+03:00:Writing Version of Windows to Image
2020-07-19T19:13:53+03:00:Saving Partition Type, 2.000000% complete
2020-07-19T19:13:53+03:00:Could not read /dev/disk0. Probably due to SIP. Ignoring and returning 0x07
2020-07-19T19:13:53+03:00:Saving Filesize, 3.000000% complete
2020-07-19T19:13:54+03:00:Executing “ntfsinfo -m -f -f /dev/disk0s3”
2020-07-19T19:13:55+03:00:Exit status: 1

Checking the console shows there is a crash in WincloneHelper:

Application Specific Information:
*** Terminating app due to uncaught exception ‘NSRangeException’, reason: ‘*** -[NSConcreteScanner setScanLocation:]: Index 9223372036854775807 out of bounds; string length 31’
terminating with uncaught exception of type NSException
abort() called

What can I do to make it work?


For anyone encounters something similar - seems closing Parallels solved this issue.