Saving Ghost Image to Disk Partitio

suetie January 31, 2009 at 13:08:43
Specs: Windows Vista
Hi - I have a ghost image on a series of DVDs that I would like to save to one of the partitions of my external HDD. It is a bootable image so how do I do this and once saved how do I ensure that it does not automatically boot up when I boot up my PC but instead that I can access it when I require?

Appreciate any pointers you can provide.



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January 31, 2009 at 16:11:24
I don't think you can reliably do that. Why would you want to anyway?

I suggest you leave things as they are.

If you really feel the need to have an image on the external then create another one there.

How you accomplish that is dependent on which version of Ghost you have. Of course your computer would need to have the ability to boot from the External drive.

On another note, have you tested the image to verify it works?

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February 2, 2009 at 16:10:43
This post can be read one of two way. One way is just putting the image file on the external drive. Another way is the OP is wanting to restore the image to the external disk to use "just in case"

Imaging doesn't work that that. You can't make an image of your c: drive and expect it work with the drive on e:. It won't.

Why? drive letter pointer in the registry.

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