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How-To article on using Norton's Ghost

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| Posted: Jul 19, 2002 6:36 am

I get asked How to use Norton's Ghost quite often but over at Bitbender Forums they have put up a guide on how to use it.

Norton Ghost is an exceptionally useful utility which allows you to create an "image" of your hard disk, which can be stored on a network server or cd-rom.
This "image" contains a full carbon copy of your entire hard disk, or selected partition so that if the unthinkable happens, and your pc dies through either terminal crash, or disk failure, you can dump your entire operating system back onto disk without the need for time consuming installation of OS, drivers and software.
This article is intended as a straightforward guide to using ghost, and while it may not cover every permutation of ghost's usage, it hopefully will give you some helpful guidelines as to it's operation.
More information at Bitbender Forums


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