02 November 2009

How to Make an XP Ghost

Description
Norton Ghost is a cloning or imaging utility that provides the ability to copy the entire contents of a disk or partition. The contents are copied either directly to another disk or partition, or they are saved as a file that can later be restored to a disk or partition.

Norton Ghost is typically used for one of the following purposes:
As a backup program for disaster recovery. If your disk or partition is no longer accessible due to corruption of the disk's system area or file system, and you previously created a disk image or partition image file, you can use that file to restore the disk or partition. If the disk or partition is physically damaged, you can use the image file to restore the disk or partition to a different hard disk.
As a backup program for file recovery. If you lose a file and do not have a file backup, and you previously created a disk image or partition image file, you can use Ghost Explorer to extract the file from the disk image or partition image.
As a means to copy a computer's operating system, programs, and data files to a new computer or to a new hard disk.

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