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Old 09-06-2007, 07:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Save & Restore or Ghost for complete backup?

I am about to completely redo my hard drive on my laptop and when I am done I want to be able to save the entire hard drive as a backup image so if I ever decide to revert back to a fresh install, it will be readily available.
I am creating a 160 gb partition (well, technically 149 gb) to exactly match the drive on my laptop on my external USB 2.0 hard drive.
Now, to do something like this, should I use Norton Save & Restore or Norton Ghost?
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