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Old 10-29-2007
Sam2421
 

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Bootable Drive
I have two identical systems running XP....but one of the drive in one system
was wiped out.... How do I make a bootable drive from one system to
another....

System 1 = Windows XP profession ---- need to make a bootable drive (same
size) so that I can use it in the System 2.... same type of machines...

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Old 10-29-2007
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Sam2421 wrote:
> I have two identical systems running XP....but one of the drive in
> one system was wiped out.... How do I make a bootable drive from
> one system to another....
>
> System 1 = Windows XP profession ---- need to make a bootable drive
> (same size) so that I can use it in the System 2.... same type of
> machines...


Third party imaging software.

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Old 10-30-2007
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Re: Bootable Drive
Hi there,

This is not a windows update issue, so you posted in the wrong group.

Look for a disk cloning utillity on the internet something like Norton Ghost
or other software.

Best regards,
Michel Denie

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>I have two identical systems running XP....but one of the drive in one
>system
> was wiped out.... How do I make a bootable drive from one system to
> another....
>
> System 1 = Windows XP profession ---- need to make a bootable drive (same
> size) so that I can use it in the System 2.... same type of machines...
>
> Sam2421



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