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Can anyone recommend sw that will let me create personal hdd recovery disks

By tlf21stc ·
I found lots and lots of posts and discussions about many of the various apps out there that will create images of entire drives and partitions. But every one I read focused on restoring a drive from an image that was stored on another drive, or on a server somewhere.

What I want to do is create a personal set of hdd recovery / system restore disks (CD or DVD), like the ones you'd get from an oem system manufacturer. You know... boot up from disk 1 and the app prompts for each sequential disk until the original hdd / partition has been recreated from the image stored on the disks.

Somebody, somewhere must have written a tool for this, because Dell, Acer, HP, SONY, and who knows who else have been doing this for years!

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