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    Default Re: How to change pata Hard drive to SATA Hd on gigabyte mobo

    hmm I got this norton ghost 14.0.211 is that current? I didnt know that. Thanks

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    Default Re: How to change pata Hard drive to SATA Hd on gigabyte mobo

    Norton Ghost version 14.0 is current.
    Acronis True Image can probably downloaded as trial-ware for a limited time and might have limited functionality.
    Acronis True Image WD Edition is free, but will probably only work if at least one of your hard drives is a Western Digital HDD.

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    Default Re: How to change pata Hard drive to SATA Hd on gigabyte mobo

    Drive Snap Shot trial would also work >>
    Drive Snapshot - Disk Image Backup for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/X64

    But I do suggest an acronis trial if you cannot get the full program

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    Default Re: How to change pata Hard drive to SATA Hd on gigabyte mobo

    ok I'll check these out thanks

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    Default Re: How to change pata Hard drive to SATA Hd on gigabyte mobo

    I really hate norton products, I mean really, but yes, ghost '03 was good.
    Dabbled with Acronis True Image, and it was good. Would recommend it fo sho.
    I have since found something I like much better, and found I cannot live without it. Paragon Hard Disk Manager 2009
    Paragon Hard Disk Manager
    TBH, it is worth every dime; Whether you just go with the suite, or the professional version (which is what I use). Very powerful software, and the linux recovery disc you can make with it is like a godsend, making just about every function of the software available to you in the boot environment (you can also make the recovery disc in WinPE if desired, but i recommend the linux one, as it is much more versatile/powerful if you're an advanced user).
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