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Symatec Ghost 7.0 Help

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I have never used Symantec Ghost. How do I create my Ghost Restore Image CD to include automatic formatting/erasing during an image restore or does Image Restore automatically overwrite everything on the drive/partition??

When my hard drive gets corrupted, etc., I want to simply put the restore CD into its drive, reboot, and have all the old files on the hard drive removed, and all the Image files replaced on it from the Image CD with minimal human intervention. I have a Ghost restore disk that came with my laptop that works this way and I want to create a Ghost restore disk (for a different computer) that does the same. Using Ghost, Ver. 7.0, personal edition. Restore disk will be used to restore the C:\ drive with Windows 98 SE, and other assorted applications. Thank-You

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