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    strick94u New Member

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    is there a decent program out there that will let you burn an image of your system and load it like a windows xp install?
     
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    you know Ghost was a great program before norton ate them the old ghost ran on a floppy and cd drive. i was a subcriber and norton dumped us so its hard to go back
     
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    You might want to use decent topic titles.

    As for such programs, Ghost is a good one yes though if you want to "run it like an install" you'd have to use a RIS server. Which requires a seperate Windows 2000/2003 server to host it.
     
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    yes I see topic titles are not my forte
    acronis claims to be able to do it from an install but a few years ago it claimed that but could not do it
     
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    uhh you could probably copy your entire XP cd on to your desktop. Then RAR it as an .iso and burn the image file on a blank new cd. havn't try once before but i think it works.
     

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