I’m wondering if there is software out there for creating an image file of a Windows computer, without having to install software first. I have a computer that I want to make a complete backup of, I have Ghost, and I know that will do it, but I have to install Ghost first, which I don’t want to do. Any suggestions?
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I’m not sure which version of Ghost you are referring to. Most corporate versions I have are standalone. I still use Version 8 on my UBCD4Win (Ultimate Boot CD for Windows) I boot with the cd and have the option of creating a ghost image on a USB drive or anetwork share. I am like I said not familiar with the home versions or for that matter anything newer than version 9.
I have not personally used it but have used other programs from this vendor. Active@ has diskimaging software that is run from a bootdisk
Rich, I’m using ghost version 10, it seems like a consumer app. I’ll look in to this Active@ program you mention.
You can also use Acronis True Image, you dont have to install software just use the bootable Acronis cd and make your system image without installing any software.
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