At work we currently use a variety of Ghost 7.5 boot disks to connect to a file server to save and restore computer images. We have different images for each type of computer model.
We have found ourselves in a situation now where we need to restore a particular image (that has particular software installed with a fair bit of custom configuration) that was taken from one type of HP computer to another model of HP desktop.
When trying to boot up after the restoration process, the machine doesn't boot (continuously restarts). I'm guessing something in the HAL might be different.
Are you able to provide software options that strip the device information and restores the image so that I can boot into Windows.
I have one of the original machines available, so I can dump the Ghost image onto it, and then take a new image with the new software, then repeat for the other images. The images contain Windows Server 2003 Standard.
I'd like to have this all taken care of by Friday this week, so hopefully the suggested software isn't too complicated to setup.