My Profile

Profile Avatar
Rue Supexhe 454
Sint-Agatha-Berchem, WBR 1082
0472 83 17 83
Now a key GHOST already supports WIN10 system backup, and down we take a look at the use of a key GHOST, free of our hard work to do the system upgrade damage can not be used again need to re-install or upgrade again.

3, all the way 'Next', until the final click 'completed'. \u0026gt;

Users familiar with GHOST and systems can continue to look down (understand what system personal files understand the basic principles of GHOST)

Novice users are advised to read this:

One-click GHOST installation and operation graphics tutorial

Second, run: (a), run \u0026ldquo; personal file transfer tool \u0026rdquo;:

Prior to 'Backup', it is highly recommended to use the 'personal file transfer tool' to 'My Documents', 'Desktop' and other personal folders from the C drive to the D drive, the tool once used , Permanently effective, no longer have to worry about files lost after reinstalling or restoring the system. In addition, the system can also lose weight for the system, never rebound, and it can save the backup system time and reduce the size of the image.

Use method: Close other windows that are running, run the software, click [Transfer] button will immediately, automatically, a key transfer.


(B), run \u0026ldquo;a key GHOST\u0026rdquo;:

Method one: run under WINDOWS

After installation '' Run immediately \u0026rdquo;

Or \u0026 ldquo;Start-\u0026gt;Programs-\u0026gt;One-click GHOST-\u0026gt;One-click GHOST\u0026rdquo; (WINXP)

Or \u0026 ldquo;Start-\u0026gt;All Programs-\u0026gt;One-click GHOST-\u0026gt;One-click GHOST\u0026rdquo; (WIN7)

Or \u0026 ldquo;Start -> GHOST\u0026rdquo; (WIN8)

Depending on the situation (the presence of the C drive image), different options are automatically located:

Case 1: If there is no GHO, it is automatically located on the \u0026quot;backup\u0026quot; option

Case 2. If GHO exists, it is automatically located on the \u0026quot;Restore\u0026quot; option


Method two: boot menu operation

1, Windows boot menu (press the arrow keys \u0026darr; select):

(Left: Win2000/XP/2003, Right: Vista/Win7/2008, Below: Windows8/8.1)

2, GRUB4DOS menu:

3, MS-DOS level menu:

4, MS-DOS secondary menu:

Depending on the situation (the presence of the C drive image), different warning windows are automatically entered from the main window:

Case 1. The 'Backup' window appears if GHO does not exist

Case 2. If GHO exists, the \u0026quot;Restore\u0026quot; window appears:


Method 3: Press the hot key to start the operation

The default is not supported, you need to click 'Settings -> Power On -> Hot Key Mode'

\u0026ldquo;The default value of hotkey mode\u0026rdquo; 'K key', '5 seconds', that is, every time the boot will appear 'Press K to start ... \u0026 rdquo; prompt, as long as 5 seconds Press the 'K\u0026rdquo; key to enter.

After the 2014.07.18 release, support for custom hotkeys has been added to the K, F9, and F11 keys. The number of seconds can be changed to 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 10, 20, and 30 seconds, as shown in the figure below.

Three additional menus will be automatically skipped during the boot process, direct one-click backup or one-button recovery warning dialog (automatically executed after 10 seconds)

The GHOST window appears, the progress bar moves little by little, and the success beckons to you ^_^

Method 4: If none of the above three methods work, please use the same version of the CD or USB version.

Third, set options: (Note: In most cases, do not need to operate the following, rookie stop)

Start -> Programs -> One-click GHOST-> One-click GHOST-> Settings

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set global plan

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set login password

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set boot mode

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set memory mode

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set hard drive mode

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set Disc/U Disk Mode

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set speed mode

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set GHOST version

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set Compression Mode (See\u0026quot;CD Version: Advanced Recording Methods\u0026rdquo;)

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set the volume size (see '\u0026 CD-ROM: Advanced Burning Method')

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set GHOST parameters

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set boot mode

(See above for 'Run: Method Three')


\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set Shutdown Mode

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set function mode

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set expert business card

\u0026nbsp;*\u0026nbsp;Set up other

Fourth, other functions:

(I) Image -> Open, Protect, Manage, Import, Export, Move, Delete

Since the one-click image (c_pan.gho) is specially protected, normal users are prohibited from directly operating on themselves.

However, for advanced users or administrators to facilitate the management of the image, a special menu is provided:

1. Open: If the default image exists, use GHOSTEXP to open it for editing GHO, for example: add, delete, extract files in GHO; if the default image does not exist, open GHOSTEXP directly.

2. Protection: Remove or add anti-deleted attributes (only valid when the last partition is NTFS). For example: Click '\u0026ldquo; Yes' to permanently release the protection so that it can be directly 'managed'. (For administrators only)

3, management: directly in the resource manager directly to the default GHO, such as: manual import, export, move or delete operations. (For administrators only)

4. Import: Copy or move the foreign GHO to the ~1 folder, which is generally used for burn-free installation. For example, copy the downloaded GHO or the GHO of other computers of the same model to ~1 (original GHO file Any name, automatically renamed c_pan.gho after import).

5. Export: Copy (save) the one-key image to other places, for example, copy the GHO of this machine to a mobile device such as a USB flash drive, and use it for other computers of the same model to achieve the purpose of sharing.

6. Move: Move the one-touch image to other places. For example, if you want to back up one key at the same time, you do not want to overwrite the original GHO. You can transfer the previous GHO to another location.

7, delete: delete a key image (folder ~ 1 will not be deleted), generally not commonly used.

(b) Repair:

(c) Diagnostic report:

If you adored this article and you also would like to collect more info pertaining to usb to backup computer i implore you to visit our web page.

My InBox

My Messages

First Page Previous Page
Next Page Last Page
Page size:
 0 items in 1 pages
No records to display.