Ghosting to another PC

  jz 12:40 24 Sep 2006

Is it possible for me to make a ghost of my hard drive onto another PC, or does it have to be on a separate external drive?

If so, does the ghost need to be in a separate partition, or can I put it in a separate folder. Also, can the ghosted image be copied elsewhere?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:58 24 Sep 2006

You can create your image on any networked PC once you have the image you can then copy it to whereever you want.

  jz 13:35 24 Sep 2006

Thanks Fruit Bat. I've don't have any ghost software at the moment, but am considering getting some.

If I unerstand correctly, Ghost runs from a floppy, so presumably this enables networking on your PC, so you can access other PCs on the network. Is this correct?

I assume that I don't need a separate partition on the other PC.

  terryf 14:06 24 Sep 2006

Have a look at Acronis True Image, 30 trial available to try before buy

  terryf 14:07 24 Sep 2006

Sorry 15 day trial click here

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