Can i make a back up disk of my current setup?

By Mr Freeze
Oct 29, 2007
  1. Ok i have completed a new build, with a few problems along the way. I had to learn how to make a slipstream copy of windows to include the SATA drivers so that i could install the OS.

    So it got me wondering, now i have the PC up to speed with all the correct drivers, updates etc, can i make another slipstream copy of windows with all these lovely drivers and updates already set?

    This way if i have to re-install at least it would bring me back to this point.

    If i can where do i find all these drivers, are they all stored in one place?

    Go slowly with the answers, i'm only just picking up this stuff
  2. robin_bga

    robin_bga TS Rookie Posts: 171

    U can but it requires some bit of experience to do it, its another way of customising yo OS, using some software that come with windows like Deploy.exe, either way u can create a ghost image and just install that its it more effective, and easy to create, using Norton Ghost.

    Cheers Buddy
  3. Po`Girl

    Po`Girl TS Rookie Posts: 595

  4. Mr Freeze

    Mr Freeze TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thanks for the suggestion, but does the image remain on your HD or can you make a boot disk from it, how would it work if you had to re-install?

    What i was aiming for was to build a OS disk with all my drivers on, if its possible, so that i could just install from that if needed.
    I'm thinking of something like say a Dell install disk, where it puts all their stuff on their packaged machines.
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