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How do you create an image of your HD in ghost and put it onto a CD/DVD so that I can just put that CD/DVD in and ghost my computer fresh? I've seen it done before but my HD has 25GB of used space on it (Vista) so how would that fit onto a CD/DVD?
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I think a lot of people do it to a backup drive.
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Which version of Ghost do you have?
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usually its done to another HDD. get a boot disk with norton ghost on it and boot up with it and its not too hard. just select the source and destination.
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