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Windows 7 system restore from easeus backup

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My c: drive recently crashed and I needed to replace the drive. The new drive has been installed.  It now has the operating system (Window 7 Enterprise, service pack 1, 64-bit system) and a few standard programs my company installs on all computers (e.g., MS office, Firefox, etc.).  I made a full back using EaseUS of my original C: drive about a month ago which has all of my programs, drivers, and preferences.  I would like to know if I can simply do a full system restore from this backujp and overwrite the new install.  If so, can you tell me the simplest and safest way to get this done.


I would guess that this type of question has been asked before on this forum, and I apologize for asking again

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I've never used EaseUS but you will need some kind of bootable rescue disc.I don't know how you create one with EaseUS.

Once you have it, boot it and restore the saved backup.

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There should not be a problem doing that. Did you create your rescue disk? Easus gives you the option of WinPe or Linux.

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