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Create single master image from different models of computer

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Hi Experts.  I have wanted to do this for years and the timing finally worked out for me to do this.  I have four different types of computer models (1x Hp pc and laptop, 1x Dell pc and laptop) that each have their own ghost image.  It is a pain in the @ss to try and update all of these so I would like to make one master image.  So I need to know how I go about making this image which would include all the drivers for our different computers.  I appreciate your time.

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I have something for you.Hope you will like it.

http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/creating-master-ghost-image
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Gravy!!  I thought I posted a response earlier but I probably got distracted with your link.  Great material so far and is exactly what I needed.  Thanks mate!
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Lol yeah,so are you going to give the points on my post or you still need some more solutions posted here?
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Hahahaha...  You'll get your points as soon as I make sure that I can build them image from your link and don't have any related questions.  ; )  I don't think I need any other experts input, just time to test.
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Alright samiam41,go ahead.Take your time.
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Brilliant work.  Thanks for your help and patience!

Regards,
Aaron
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No problem,Thank you very much for your points and comment.Thanks once again.
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