Obtain complete copy of C: drive to D: How?

  Landy Man 21:14 16 Jun 2004
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I have two hard drives on my machine, which boots from C: How can I copy the complete C: dive to D: i.e.withe operating system. Idea is that if (or when!) C: fails I can change the selectors on the drive and the connections, and the computer has a 'new' C:. Possible?. Cheers all Art

  PSF 21:18 16 Jun 2004

have a look click here for some options.

  johnsims 21:22 16 Jun 2004

Take a look at HyperOs. It is a system multiplier that allows up to 22 copies of all flavours of Windows (95 to longhorn) to reside onyour PC. Easy back up of entire system, easy and fast restore. All drag and drop. Not real cheap, but the dogs bo**ocks as a piece of software.
click here

  Wak 21:29 16 Jun 2004

Have a look at the thread further down posted by Juggy69.

  bof:) 22:07 16 Jun 2004

Hi all,

what make is the hard drive you have as C: ?

Some manufactures websites have a program that will let you copy everything from c: to another HD

Mike

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