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how to copy fresh install of Win XP


millea

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Can anyone advise me on how to copy a fresh install of Win XP. I Have formatted my pc and reinstalled XP on an older PC which I still like to use.

I think this may be a good idea so I don't have to go thru all the necessary reinstalling of the drivers and every thing else that goes with it.

If poss, keep it reasonably easy guys,in layman terms.

Regards

Brian

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Paragon Backup and Recovery (Advanced) Free

Use this to make an image of your drive.

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Strawballs

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The drivers from the older PC will be wrong for the newer PC

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Jock1e

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You can get Acronis for just under £20 a lot of forum members use that.

Acronis

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Diemmess

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I rely on Acronis for backup/restore, but as Jock1e says it will only work to restore the PC on which the original was made. It won't run on a different PC.

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onthelimit1

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I've found Paragon to be every bit as good as Acronis, and it's free.

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millea

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Thanks for your replys guys i will try the Paragon first being as it's free

Cheers

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