Quote: Originally Posted by whs
1. The bootable CD .iso you have to burn to a CD. This you use later to load Partition Wizard from the CD reader (have to change the BIOS boot order unless the CD reader is always first on your system). Test the CD after you burnt it to make sure it works.
2. You must use a hard drive (ecternal or internal other than the one from where you image). CDs are no good - you would need a few packs.
1 - Aha, so I burn it (using nero mostly?) and check if it works. I think my system has cd reader as first, but how do I make sure?
2 - I will be using a external hdd, so if I get this right
1 - Make an image using Macrium,
2 - Remove all current HDD's, put the new HDD.
3 - Load the parition wizard from the cd
4 - Create a larger or same size partition (do I also need to create the 100mb partition or is that done automatically?)
5 - Restore via Macrium (is there a tutorial for restoration? Should I just put in the rescue cd and then restore?)
My final question, is it better to re-install the OS all-together? Since currently, I decided to change the HDD due to recent problems. My C/ is just windows and its updates (antivirus software, and skype) but I can re-install my av and skype and all the other softwares which I need later. So, considering its just fresh without much data whats the better option?
Thanks for all the help