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Thread: Save Written Sections Of My Hard-disk

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    I run with xp pro corporate, and I usually try so much progs and tips, that I have to perform a clean os instalation every 3 or 4month. So I would like to know if it exists a way to save the written parts of my harddisk on cds, as I don't really want to save my whole disk(120gb).

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    i don't understand your question fully, but i think norton ghost may be what you're thinking about...

    google search for it if you've never used/heard of it
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    Sorry.I&#39;ve drunk too much last night. post modified

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    ghost sounds like what you want

    it takes an image of parts of your hard disc that you specify

    then you could burn these to disc...
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    and then how do you perform the new instalation?

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    Originally posted by leonidas@4 August 2003 - 07:26
    and then how do you perform the new instalation?
    so are you saying that what you want is a program that will remember the settings after a fresh windows reinstall so that you don&#39;t actually need to go through the whole reinstall process again?

    if so, i don&#39;t know if it&#39;s possible or not
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    Yes exacty.
    I mean like you won&#39;t have to reinstal the Os and the other programs.

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    Originally posted by leonidas@4 August 2003 - 07:35
    Yes exacty.
    I mean like you won&#39;t have to reinstal the Os and the other programs.
    i don&#39;t know if this is possible

    you&#39;ll probably get an answer later from a software expert...

    sorry i couldn&#39;t be of more help
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    Thank you very much

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    So someone knoes?

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