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Re: [vox-tech] Quick and easy windows dupe



Mark, this looks like a good plan.

Will it work in Win2K?  That's the version of Windows that I have.


On Fri, 2003-01-17 at 17:59, Mark K. Kim wrote:
> Try this, assuming your old HD can still boot WindowsXP:
> 
>    1. Put back your system the way it was before so WinXP can boot
>       again.  Put your newer hard drive as slave (I'll assume D:),
>       so WinXP can see your new FAT32 partition.
> 
>    2. Run the "Backup" program in WindowsXP.
>       This is one of the system software and as I recall it still
>       ships with WinXP.  It should be on the same menu as "ScanDisk"
>       buried in the Start Menu somewhere.  If not, you can install it
>       from [Control Panel] -> [Add/Remove Programs] -> [Windows Programs].
>       (or something like that.)
> >
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