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Acronis is good for imaging. You can burn a bootable CD and do a full volume image directly to the external device. Image can be restored using the same CD and will be fully functional.

Norton Ghost used to be pretty good too, not sure what the newer versions are like though...
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Originally Posted by MCBrown.CA View Post
Acronis is good for imaging. You can burn a bootable CD and do a full volume image directly to the external device. Image can be restored using the same CD and will be fully functional.

Norton Ghost used to be pretty good too, not sure what the newer versions are like though...
ok cool. That is exactly what im looking for. I know windows has its backup but im looking for something quick and easy. If i loose my array i can swap in the backup quick.
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