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Restore drive image with PC reboot

I need a way to restore a drive image (C:) automatically.. My client earlier had some Norton Ghost 2003 floppy disk with some batch program to initiate a Drive Restore operation via the command-line of GHOST.EXE (the main executable of Norton Ghost 2003)

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Guest [Entry]

You may want to check out PartImage
Guest [Entry]

"Do you need to restore from an existing image, if so then you need the tool that made it.

Do you want to set up a system where you can easily restore from an image you've presently made, then ghost should be able to do it, but there are plenty of others.

Do you want to set up a system where each reboot restores the system to a former known good state? If so, then look at Rollback Rx Pro, and there are other similar systems as well."
Guest [Entry]

SystemRescueCd - It's a livecd that allows to use Partimage immediately even if your computer has no OS installed (useful to restore an image), and it allows to save an image on a DVD on the fly.
Guest [Entry]

"Check out Clonezilla http://clonezilladotorg/. It has all you need!

'Clonezilla Live' enables a user to
clone a single computer's storage
media, or a single partition on the
media, to a separate medium device.
The cloned data can be saved as an
image-file or as a duplicated copy of
the data. The data can be saved to
locally attached storage device, a SSH
server, Samba Server or a NFS
file-share. The clone file can then be
used to restore the original when

The Clonezilla application can be run
from a USB-flash-drive, a CD-ROM, or a
DVD-ROM. Clonezilla requires no
modification to the computer; the
software runs in its own booted