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Hi

I am wanting to take a backup of my operating system as an image, like Norton Ghost would.

I would like to run this program via a bootable USB stick so i can restore the image from my backup hard drive when needed. I have looked at the latest Hiren and it doesnt have Norton on it, would anyone be able to recommend me something!

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Hi!

If you're using Windows Vista or Windows 7, click start and type "backup". Then click the top result "Windows Backup and Restore", On the left side of the window that appears, click "create a system image".

The wizard will walk you through it. cheers.gif
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Hi!
If you're using Windows Vista or Windows 7, click start and type "backup". Then click the top result "Windows Backup and Restore", On the left side of the window that appears, click "create a system image".
The wizard will walk you through it. cheers.gif

Woahh! That easy! Thanks +REP!
    
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