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Norton Ghost Bootable and Image ?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by warpmaster, Feb 9, 2007.

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  1. warpmaster

    warpmaster Thread Starter

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    Hello at all!

    First, sorry for my ugly english. I found this forum by google, when i was looking solution for a problem: the Norton Ghost Bootable CD. Yes, we have a DELL Dimension 3100 and it's does not have floppy :(

    I found the solution of this case :). I made a bootable cd with Nero and Ghost floopy. And i must thanks to you.

    But i need more help. I have different types of Dell's Pc and i would need, if its possible, and image of each one of them. Exemple: one cd with a image of Dell 3100, another with image of c521, etc.

    And i dont know what i need to do. How i can made a Norton Ghost Bootable Cd with and Ghost image?

    Thanks a lot, this forum is very helpful!!!! :)
     
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  3. warpmaster

    warpmaster Thread Starter

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    Thanks. Im goint to read discussion. The network drive option seems more difficult : /

    Bye!
     
  4. warpmaster

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    Hi all,

    i had read all the discussion. But, i have doubts.

    I don't know what can i do. Research in google to find a best way to use shared network drive, as Frank4d say, or another way more easy. Personally, i have a local network with 20-30 Pcs, so the network way is interesteting.

    I re-read another time the discussion to find more info of this option. If somebody knows some guide about this, is wellcome! :D :D

    Bye!
     
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