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Hello,

Look like my old norton ghost dos doesn't work anymore so i am looking for a ghost freeware like program that enable you to do backup from a boot dvd or something like that ?

Any ideas ?

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I use Image for DOS.

they also have image for linux and image for windows... all the same and works on anything since it is bootable. I use Image for DOS really it can run from a floppy, but you can turn a USB stick into it through the software and it works great. IT is not free though.

About $20 and works great including force offset (for alignment purposes, very important on SSDs and with XP setups).

If you want a free alternative look into the alternative OS forums. Not sure of the name, but they will

two important things to look out for... alignment... and if using a SSD DO NOT DO a bit for bit image.

Other than that it is rally easy Try the free alterntives first, usually you can make USB sticks and try it out

In any case, if you are cloning a boot drive, always remember to remove teh boot drive after imaging. Do not restart. power down and remove the original.

If I dont want to screw it up when it is done I hit the master kill switch on the PSU and pull hte original drive.. you can screw it up when cloning. not making a backup image though
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