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    Restoring......NTFS Log File!

    Created a ghost image fine!

    go to deploy this one..............Restoring......NTFS Log File! so slowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!

    Its a HP Compaq NX6325.....................16mb/s

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    Check what mode the hard drive is in i.e ide emulation or native, nx6325's and ghost has been covered here in depth.

    Ben

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    I was JUST about too check that...................BIOS has password known ones dont work! so just flushing the BIOS

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    BIOS battery under keyboard, remove mini pci cover and then 2 T8 screws securing keyboard.

    Allthough password likely to be held in non volatile memory chip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    BIOS battery under keyboard, remove mini pci cover and then 2 T8 screws securing keyboard.

    Allthough password likely to be held in non volatile memory chip.

    Ben
    I know, done it before chap.

    Thanks Anyway.

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    Thanks mate, will take alook now

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    -noide worked

    Thanking You.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanT View Post
    -noide worked

    Thanking You.
    You're welcome there is also a button for that purpose

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