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« on: February 26, 2006, 05:33:52 AM »

I just put in 2 new WD400bd sat 100 drives.  I am running win xp prof w/sp2 and 1 gig memory on a ASUS A7N8X deluxe motherboard.  My original drive is a WD800 ide drive. I put the drives in,  used SAT cables to hook them up through the SAT connections on the mother board.  I stripped the drives through the configuration utility at startup.  I then partitioned the new drives through Western Digitals lifeguard/configuration utility.  All the drives are set up as NTFS. The system sees the drives and all seems well.  Now the question....

Is there a way to image the IDE to the stripped set,  and then be able to remove the IDE drive and boot from the new drives without having to buy ghosting or imaging software? What are the steps?

Thank you

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