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I have a ghost image that spans 3 DVDs. I would like to find out how to make this setup like a recovery disk.

i.e. Insert disk 1 to start recovery process. How do I go about doing this?
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Did you split the image into 3 DVDs during imaging process? If so, setup system to boot from CD/DVD (option boot in bios), insert disc 1, and power up system then follow onscreen instruction.
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