Just built new PC


J

JSW

Hi
My newly built PC is working a treat and I am well chuffed with the software
installed, which took a while to install. Is there a way to copy my hard
drive as it is now and use it to start again with if I have to format.

John
 
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Groove

JSW said this...
My newly built PC is working a treat and I am well chuffed with the
software installed, which took a while to install. Is there a way to
copy my hard drive as it is now and use it to start again with if I have
to format.
What you need is disk imaging software such as Ghost or Drive Image. These
will make a mirror of your whole HD that can be stored on CD's or a spare
HD and restored in a matter of minutes.
 
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spodosaurus

JSW said:
Hi
My newly built PC is working a treat and I am well chuffed with the software
installed, which took a while to install. Is there a way to copy my hard
drive as it is now and use it to start again with if I have to format.

John
Norton Ghost

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Ralph Mowery

My newly built PC is working a treat and I am well chuffed with the
software
installed, which took a while to install. Is there a way to copy my hard
drive as it is now and use it to start again with if I have to format.
I have a maxtor hard drive and I have a hard drive in a removable tray that
I duplicate teh main hard drive to once a month . Maxtor has free software
that allows this direct copy. Takes about an hour to duplicate a 40 gb
drive.
 

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