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Lenovo Image Recoved on New Dell?


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#1 krustythekroom

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Posted 12 September 2010 - 09:53 PM

Hello,

I currently have a Lenovo laptop that is running Windows Vista Professional. I have a complete image (OS, programs, and files) on an external hard drive. My Lenovo system has been acting erratic of late. When I tried to boot it today, it said the registry was corrupt, and it wouldn't load the OS. I was able to use the recovery console in order to get it back up and running.

My question is, if the Lenovo system dies, can I use that image on any new laptop from a different manufacturer? If not, would I have to buy a new Lenovo system to use the image? Or is this the only computer that the image can be reloaded on?

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Posted 12 September 2010 - 11:43 PM

Basically, the image, like original Windows installation is tied up to computer's hardware, so if you find exact Lenovo model, it should work.
In other cases, no.

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