Best Ghosting Software

Dell Dimension 8250
July 25, 2006 at 13:18:50
Specs: Win XP Home, 3.1Ghz / 1.5Mb RAM

Hello,

Just trying to get a few opinions on what the best ghosting software is to buy which is easy to use. Thoughts?


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#1
July 25, 2006 at 13:21:30

I would recommend Ghost. I've had some problems with Acronis on some systems.

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#2
July 25, 2006 at 14:38:36

It really depends on what you are going to do...obviously ghost computers, but a lot depends on your setup, how many computers, what type of functionality you want. Your best choice is either Ghost or Acronis True Image. Personally I use both...depending on what I’m doing.

If i had to pick 1 over the other, i would choose ghost.

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#3
July 25, 2006 at 16:37:38

I prefer Drive Image. Also, this is more of a Software question than Hardware. :)

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#4
July 25, 2006 at 17:15:27

I'm using Ghost 2003 and it does everything I need it to do. It will even mix and match media type when imaging. I start with DVD and if the is a small balance I will use a CDR. I believe the newest version of Ghost will also do incremental backup.

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#5
July 25, 2006 at 18:05:42

I use Norton Ghost 9.0 It does the whole job and does it well.

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#6
July 25, 2006 at 18:28:37

Can you even run drive image across a network?

I thought it was only for local cloning
Drive to drive

did they change it?


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#7
July 25, 2006 at 20:19:25

Acronis True Image, hands down!

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#8
July 27, 2006 at 07:40:23

Thank you all for your input. Very much appreciated. And Jennifer - good catch. I was in the Hardware forum and didn't switch over to Software when I left this post.

I'm trying to avoid the pain I just went through with a crashed hard drive...with having to reinstall XP and all my drivers etc. And if the HD crashed on one of my computers obviously it can happen on the others in my house. I was thinking that ghosting my hard drives would be a good solution. I've also purchased an external hard drive to back up my Office docs/music files, etc.


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#9
July 27, 2006 at 15:11:26

Also Ghost to Optical media.

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