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How to copy data from hard disk to pen drive using Bart PE bootable disk?


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#1 bspkumar

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Posted 15 September 2009 - 01:18 PM

I have created a Bart PE bootable XP cd.
I can boot into windows using this CD
I would like to know how to copy the data in my hard disk to pen drive or flash drive.

Thank you.

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Posted 15 September 2009 - 02:50 PM



When it comes to actually using the BartPE disc, you’ll need to first enter your BIOS and set the CDROM drive as your primary boot device, this is the default setting in most computers.

Once BartPE is loading, when prompted for network support, click “no” if you do not need it like in this case to save yourself some time.

Click on Go , Programs, A43 File Management Utility

This will open a similar program to windows explorer so you can copy your data before formatting. Locate the hard disk where your windows installation is on, select the folders you want to backup and copy them to the other partition or hard disk.

If you have an external USB hard disk and want to copy your data on it, make sure you connect it to the computer before you boot with the BartPE disk.

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