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Disk copy We have a poweredge 1650 server running Server 2000. Not running RAID. Just one 17Gb hard disk. The disk is making noises and we are planning on upgrading the whole system, but in the meantime we would like to copy the disk and plug in a new one. Can this be done - Ghosted? Regards, Neil.

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Re: disk copy

Yup... norton ghost should be able to copy the failing disk onto a new disk, Disk -> disk copy

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