How to create a Ghost of Windows 7?

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I want to install windows 7 in multiple systems, Windows 7 take much time during installation so I want to create a Ghost of it like windows XP. How can it possible?

Answered By 90 points N/A #177662

How to create a Ghost of Windows 7?


Hi there

I will be able to help you, but I have another solution where you can install Windows 7 witching lesser time. To do it follow these steps

Step 1 – Start the windows installation normally

Step 2 – Select Custom when this window appear

Step 3 – Then complete all the other necessary formatting steps and start the formatting process.

Step 4 – Press Shift + F10 when this window appear

Step 5 – Command prompt will appear when you press Shift + F10, Type taskmgr and hit enter to open task manager

Step 6 – Select Install window and right click on it

Step 7 – Click Go to process

Step 8 – Select Set up and right click on it

Step 9 – select Set priority and select real time as the priority

Step 10 – Its done windows will be installed faster than the normal time

Best of luck

Taylor B Campus

Thank you

Answered By 30 points N/A #177663

How to create a Ghost of Windows 7?



I think the best way in win7 is to make a system image not ghost one to make system image do the following :

1 – Click (start >Gettings Started >Backup your files).

2 – Click on (create a system image).

3 – Choose where you want to save your backup image (on hard disk, on DVD, on network location).

4 – If you choose hard disk, then select the drive you want to include in backup.

5 – Confirm your backup settings.

6 – wait till the progress done.

7 – After the progress is done you will see a question of (Do you want to create a system repair disk?)  click yes .

8 – select  DVD, and put an empty one in your DVD room, then click (create disk) .

9 – when it comes time to restore your image, use system recovery option to get your system back.

I hope these steps will help you solving your problem.


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