how to image a computer

Posted on 2013-01-28
Last Modified: 2013-10-25
how to image a computer
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albert_miquel earned 500 total points
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First install all software and drivers you need.
Then execute sysprep .these will delete all license and user information and will reset the hardware detection .then you can clone discs Using some third party software. Norton ghost.
Acronis, etc.
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Do you want the image for backup/restore purposes or are you going to use the image to duplicate to additional machines?

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Thanks to everyone for all your help.

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