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Re: Questions about boot iso cd
Reply #15 - Oct 12th, 2016 at 3:13pm
 
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Yes, I did have a problem restoring a Ghost 11.5 backup image file, of a Windows 10, C: partition, to a new hard drive.  So I used the Windows 10 Install disk to start a new install as far as letting it make all the necessary partitions, then I stopped the install and did my Ghost restore and that worked like a champ.

That install of Win-10, is on a separate HD installed here on my main desktop PC. 
I'm using an SSD with Windows 7 Ultimate/32 right now, and I back it up and have done restores to it using my Ghost 11.5 on a CD/FD.

Once a week I also make a Clone of my SSD to a 2TB drive that I also have installed in my Desktop PC.
That's for just in case that the SSD takes a dump.  I had a PNY SSD last summer, that did that, and restoring the cloned image of that drive to my new SanDisk SSD saved the day.

Regardless of what little work-arounds I might have to use, I still love Ghost 11.5 (DOS) the best.

Y'all have a great day now, Y'hear?

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Re: Questions about boot iso cd
Reply #16 - Feb 22nd, 2017 at 9:10am
 
Such a really GREAT program (Ghost 11.5) and so little interest. 

Ghost 11.5 (DOS) will backup any OS from Windows 98 to Windows 10/64.
And it will boot up a PC and run, from any media that you can make bootable.
I have it on CD's, Flash Drives, and even an SD Memory (camera) Card.

It's nice to have my Backup/Restore program on bootable media, when my
main HD has CRASHED, and I need to restore to a new HD.

Like that female comedian used to say, "Can we talk?" Wink

 

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