Getting the most out of Ghost 10
Posted on 2006-07-01
1) I have just purchased Ghost 10 which I would like to use with Windows XP.
2) I have 5 basic patitions.
I have just installed all my software on my C: drive (my data is stored on a different partition) and I would like to take a copy so that I can restore all my software on a formatted clean partition periodically as I do now one application at a time.
Ghost seems to give you two options 1) to create a restore point and 2) to copy drive to another disc. I do not have a free partition to copy my C: drive to and I am concerned that a restore point only takes you back to a specific point in time but doesn't necessarily get rid of all the files I understand Windows generates as we go about our daily business, deleted files etc.
How can I take a copy or image of my C: drive ONLY that I can restore at a later time?