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sunandoghosh

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WIN $ 50 - CHALLENGE TO TECHIES

Respected computer techies and dear friends,

I am confronted with a baffling problem and it appears that only a computer guru can solve it with his knowledge, expereience and skills.

Here goes the problem:

I have one SATA seagate HDD 160 GB having three partitions C; D and E.

Basically this HDD has ONLY SAP installed on it...an ERP package which uses Oracle database.

Out of 160 GB HDD space; only 60 GB is being used by SAP program.

I WANT TO CREATE DRIVE IMAGE OR AN EXACT COPY OF THE ABOVE IN ANOTHER HARD DISK of 80 GB.

I know that I can crearte drive image with 160 GB of another HDD.

BUT my q is that is there any way in which i can create an exact copy of SAP system which has occupied 60 GB out of 160 GB ON
ANOTHER HDD of 80 GB....?????????????????????????????

I know this is a very complicated question but then i would love to hear the opinion of the techies; geeks and nerds...

ALSO the person whose solution will be finally accepted will be rewarded with a $ 25 transfer from my paypal account to his account. This is just a token of appreciation and respect for his skills and knowledge. In case someone comes with an exceptionally brilliant idea the reward will be enhanced to $ 50.

Awaiting gurus to come forward and test their brains and help me resolve my problem as well.

Regards

sunando

sunandoghosh at rediffmail dot com
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samiko

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You haven't enclosed your system spec. that would tell us alot about your system capabilities to do this task.

Edited by samiko, 14 July 2005 - 03:56 AM.

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makai

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Hmmm... I would tell you the answer, but I don't have a pay-pal account! :tazz:

As you may have noticed, I'm not one of the staff here. I only do this for fun! ;)

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darth_ash

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Try "Norton Ghost". It will take an image of only the occupied 60GB not the free space.
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