Does Ghost 8.0 Support OS/2 - Warp?

I have an old voicemail system computer in which I need to backup the hard drive. I have on hand a full copy of Ghost 8.0.
Does anybody know if Ghost 8.0 supports creating a full clone of the Hard disk of an OS/2 - Warp system? If you have done this already, what was your experience?
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I am pretty sure it should, if you do a full disk copy.

All you need to do is try it and see if it works.

I hope this helps !
bcarmiAuthor Commented:
Do you have any experience doing this? I'd like to hear from anyone who has actually attempted this. What was your experience with it? any problems?
Again, why don't ypu just take a similar sized ahrd drive and try it via a DOS boot ( Floppy or CD ).

You have nothing to loose, since the original will continue to work.

You may have more problems finding a small enough disk that is still supported by the bIOS !


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bcarmiAuthor Commented:
I ended up using Acronis since their support is explicit regarding this File System.
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