Posted 02 February 2008 - 04:36 PM
The key here is making an image of your hard drive. If that's done properly, and you verify the image - you should have everything saved on in that image if you need it.
Then you can do almost anything to your drive - and will still be able to restore it.
The process "should" go seamlessly - but you never know what will happen, that's the reason for the image.
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