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    what is the best program/way to make a complete backup (OS n all files etc) and then make it into a bootable CD?
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    if i make a disaster recovery disc using norton ghost, what does this recover? does it recover the computer completely to the point when the disc was made, or does it just recover windows thus losing all other information?
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    Originally posted by hungrylilboy@12 August 2004 - 18:56
    does it recover the computer completely to the point when the disc was made
    yes, it will create a drive image or selected partitions onto CD's or DVD, which are bootable

    I use it and it works fine

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    Originally posted by AndrewBarker+12 August 2004 - 18:43--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (AndrewBarker @ 12 August 2004 - 18:43)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-hungrylilboy@12 August 2004 - 18:56
    does it recover the computer completely to the point when the disc was made
    yes, it will create a drive image or selected partitions onto CD&#39;s or DVD, which are bootable

    I use it and it works fine [/b][/quote]
    is that using the disaster recover disc? so all OS files, and everything else is recovered?

    what the difference between a disaster recovery disc and a backup? is the disaster one simply bootable?
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  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    Originally posted by hungrylilboy@12 August 2004 - 19:48
    is that using the disaster recover disc? so all OS files, and everything else is recovered?

    what the difference between a disaster recovery disc and a backup? is the disaster one simply bootable?
    That is using "Backup your computer to a Ghost image file"

    that disaster recovery feature sounds as if you are using an industrial version, as mine doesn&#39;t have it

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    cool. will do that then.

    how much can u get on a standard cd-rw? ie. how many GB? i know it does spanning
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  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    well, as an example I used about 4.5GB of a DVD

    Thats with things like M&#036; office, Autoroute, Photoshop, Norton Internet security, Norton system works installed, along with all the less heavy stuff

    and I use the default (fast) compression

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    how much space had u used on ur hard drive when that was done?
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    Originally posted by hungrylilboy@12 August 2004 - 22:41
    how much space had u used on ur hard drive when that was done?
    6.65GB

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    damn so a 8GB hard drive is gonna take up more than a few 800MB cd-rw?
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