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Windows 7: Storing Sys Restore point on CD?

31 Mar 2014   #1

ASUS X79 DELUXE LGA 2011 Intel X79 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX
 
 
Storing Sys Restore point on CD?

Just built a new system Around an Asus x79Deluxe and an Intel Core i7-4930K.

Went with water cooling and learned the hard way that you can't just use your old PSU on a 4th gen CPU, but that it's gotta be Haswell compliant. Imagine my frustration when the system just blinked on and off.

Anyway I just created the system recovery disk and a restore point and am wondering if that restore point can be lifted and copied to a CD for storage.

I plan to image the drive anyway, but a handy, known, great sys restore point on disk sounds like a good idea. Know how to do this - - where to find the restore point? What to look for?


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31 Mar 2014   #2

Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon | Win 7 Ult x64
 
 

Perhaps this might offer some insight...

How To Backup System Restore Points | gHacks Technology News

Personally, I think a system image with something like Macrium Reflect Free is your best option. This will even back up the restore point

WHS from these forums wrote an excellent tutorial for this..

Imaging with free Macrium

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31 Mar 2014   #3

ASUS X79 DELUXE LGA 2011 Intel X79 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX
 
 

I have macrium and as soon as I format my 2 TB drive I'm imaging the operational one.

Thanks for the info.
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