Converting an ISO image to a Ghost image?

Posted on 2007-08-10
Last Modified: 2013-12-02
I was given an ISO image used for several PCs in the office. Unfortunately, due to the configuration of these systems and the size of the ISO image, I can not image the hard drives without removing them. Is there a way I can convert my ISO image to a Ghost image so I can reload my PCs via the network?

Question by:steetersjr
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    Expert Comment

    The best course is to redo the image or sysprep for those PCs.

    Author Comment

    Bummer. Didn't want to hear that, but was already trying to steady myself for the news.

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    I know you dont like answer :o) but that will help avoiding issues when you converting iso image to ghost file. However, you will need ISO edit and burning software to do that:

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