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BOOT FROM CD AND PUT IMAGE ON MY NAS

Posted on 2008-10-04
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I NEED HELP FOR MAY LAB. EVERY TIME WE REPAIR A PC, WE GHOST THE HARD DISK WITH GHOST DISK TO DISK. THIS IS VERY EXPENSIVE FOR ME. I NEED YOUR HELP TO DO:
- CREATE A BOOT CD FOR NORTON GHOST WITH SUPPORT FOR LAN
- PUT THE HARD DISK IMAGE ON A NETWORK SHARED FOLDER
- LATER, I NEED TO RESTORE PARTS OF THE IMAGE, FOR EXAMPLE ONLY THE USER PROFILE, OR I NEED TO RESTORE ENTIRE IMAGE ON A NEW DISK.
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