Question about Operating Systems
If you intend to download and burn an ( ISO ) image,
that is inconsistent with Microsoft's End User
I may be misinterpretting your original intent.
You can copy or "clone" your current system
by making a mirror image of your hard drive.
Click START...ALL PROGRAMS...ACCESSORIES
...RUN then type devmgmt.msc and click OK.
Under Disk Drives identify your hard drive(s)
manufacturer and model number. Save the
information and go to the manufacturer's
home page and they should offer free
I hope we're on the same page...pun
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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