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Thexgene14

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I want to save a custom windows XP install disc that can revert my computer to how I currently have it.

I just reformatted my computer and I have installed a few programs. (firefox, azureus, vista inspirat, IMGburn, etc) All I want to be able to do is, be able to reformat again and after I install it will have all my drivers and programs set up. (not looking to backup my personal data like music and pictures.) I know there is backup software out there. What's the best thing to use. Free or for purchase it doesn't matter. Thanks.

Edited by Thexgene14, 27 March 2008 - 07:11 PM.

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Titan8990

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What you want is something like Norton Ghost: http://www.symantec....mp;pvid=ghost14.

It creates an image of your hard disk and when it is reinstalled it will restore your PC to exactly how it was when you saved the image.
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Just what I was looking for. Thanks.
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