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theBoar

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Hello,
I was wondering something. For one reason or anther (dont ask me why), I seem to reformat and install Windows XP on my computer about once every 6 weeks. My question is, Is there a way I can create my own Windows XP Cd and have all the programs that i want and hardware drivers that i have added to the Cd so that when I install Windows XP I will have everything ready to go, instead of having to re-install all my programs and drivers seperately afterwards? Thanks!
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Yes. Either by using Norton Ghost or Acronis True image. Just get your pc configured as you want it and then use the above software to make an image. This image can be burned directly to cd/dvd or as a file to a local drive (not the primary drive or a partion on the primary drive).
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Yeah, the Ghost image is probably the best way to go.
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