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Create Bootable Recovery Partition Like OEM Press F10 to restore

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I would like to create a bootable backup partition like found on DELL, HP, etc..  I would like it to display a message at boot "press f10 to restore computer".  If the user presses F10 it boots into a recovery program that allows them to click a button to deploy an image to restore the computer to it's original state.

I already have my drives partitioned for OS, DATA, and Backup Image.  I currently am using Norton Ghost and can boot from the norton ghost boot disk to restore, or I can use the ghost GUI in windows.  I can do this easily, but I am looking to create an option for the non techie user who wouldn't have a clue on how to do this.  I just want them to press F10 at boot and click restore.

Any help is greatly appreciated
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If you are looking for an easy solution manageable even by non techies you can give a look at "Acronis true image" it will do backups and create a bootable partition where pressing a certain key will bring the recovery window.

I have already setted up this system of a computer and it was working like a charm. Very easy to maintain.
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