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    I recently read in an article that manufactures belive it is possible to burn your own system restore disk directly of your hard drive - how would i go about doing this? cheers for any help!

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    what does this "system restore disk" exactly mean? you want to create a bootable disk or something else? :confused:
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    well, i not sure what that means either.
    but i am using the Ghost2003 as well.
    it allows you to create the backup under windows..
    i did it and burned it to a 700MB disk.. also i created a restore bootup disk... it works very well so far,:zzz:

    in my point, i recommend that kind of program.. sound good, it is?
    :laugh: :laugh:

    P.S. Steve(MrScruff), would you pls post the link which u saw the artile, i would like to know something about the case u said!
    thanks a lot!!!:cheers: :cheers:
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    :cool: Yeah i think LIONHEart summed it up in one! I thought about partioning my HD so there is a slice just for the OS - i could then "ghost" that section onto a couple of discs! BUt if that Ghost software enables you to do that anyway i may not need to partition my hard drive!

    The article wasn't on the net it was in this weeks UK computer active!

    It maybe somewhere on the computer active site! http://www.computeractive.co.uk/

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