Barton K. Woolery
nairatinu at cox.net
Sun Jul 31 18:13:22 BST 2005
LeRoy DeVries wrote:
>I am about to change hard drives and am looking for a way to save/and or move
>my suse 9.3/KDE 3.4.1 and other programs to the new hard drive. I've looked
>for a software like Ghost to do the job but unable to find one. Does anyone
>hear have a suggestion on how to go about it.
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The one thing I forgot to mention on the previous post is that you also
need a bootable CD in order to run Ghost. I have designed a custom one
exploiting the windoze 98 boot disk, I would be happy to send
instructions on how to make one (you need a CD burner, of course...). I
believe you can also create a floppy boot disk and then invoke ghost as
long as the ghost program is available on one of your hard drives (just
copy the ghost.exe to the root of one or all of your hard drives to make
it easy to navigate to). I use the CD because it's a lot more durable
than today's floppies.
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