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Reimage OS drive, how to recognize program drive
Hey guys, quick question; I've got the OS on C: and an image of it. After I made the image I installed most of the apps and data files to a different drive, D:. I'm looking to reimage onto C: and I know D: should remain intact, but how can I get windows to acknowledge that there's a disk full of programs without reinstalling everything? I seem to remember doing this successfully years ago with XP but I don't remember what I did or even know if its possible with 7. Thanks for any input.
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