OT: another reason to not like microsloth - caution, may contain rant.

From: William Maddox <wmaddox_at_pacbell.net>
Date: Sun Feb 15 05:36:38 2004

You want Norton Ghost for this. It allows you to save a bit-for-bit image
of a disk partition, including writing onto removable media such as CDRs.


----- Original Message ----- > Speaking of Micro$oft problems and 2000, anyone have any advice on
> cloning all of the OS files on a Windoze 2000 Pro PeeCee? I found one
> (very, very, cheap) well over a year ago at a thrift shop, to use for
> some audio utilities that I can't use from UNIX or MacOS. The problem
> is, I don't have a Windoze 2000 Pro CD, and if the system crashes,
> it's bye bye OS. So, I need some sort of system backup. Do I just
> need to unhide hidden files, then copy everything to a spare hard
> disk, or is the process more involved than that?
Received on Sun Feb 15 2004 - 05:36:38 GMT

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