System: Dell XPS 400 (aka 9150) RAID 0
One disk had problems, and I am lucky to be able to boot at this time ("Last known good configuration" did the trick). But I assume that the disk is living on borrowed time. (In fact when I did a TreeSize, there were files/folder errors that it detected, so I know the file system is corrupted.)
I looked at the "Using the Dell™ OS Recovery Utility to Create a CD"
link and realized that since my Dell was shipped in Nov., 2005, that utility was not included.
I'd like to make a CD backup either by getting hold of this utility, or perhaps by making a copy of the hidden partition - the PC Restore by Symantec.
If the answer is "No", then I'll just have to use the Windows XP CDs.
BTW - I have backed up all my data. I'm just looking for an easy way to rebuild the system if the disk goes south by creating an OS Backup CD.