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Old 27th February 2005, 17:44   #1
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Diskology\'s Disk Jockey is a great tool to have around, especially if you build or upgrade a lot of PCs! It takes about 20 minutes to fully clone a 40GB hard drive, which means the Disk Jockey can save you a ton of time. Plus, the Disk Jockey can also be used as an external hard drive by attaching one or two drives to it and plugging it in to your PC or Mac using the included USB or FireWire cables! As an added bonus, you can even use the Disk Jockey to wipe drives clean!

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Old 27th February 2005, 18:28   #2
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too bad these things cost that much, they could come in handy a lot!
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Didn't Western Digital come up with Drive Cloning using DOS?

The bad thing is the boot sector where O/S may not boot afterward.
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uhm I can clone a HDD of 40gb in less then 20minutes with ghost, without the need to any extra hardware... it takes the boot sector with it btw
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Old 27th February 2005, 21:54   #5
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yer, but still, it makes it a lot easier
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uhm I can clone a HDD of 40gb in less then 20minutes with ghost, without the need to any extra hardware... it takes the boot sector with it btw
as in 40gb of pure data or a 5gb windows folder and 35gb of nothingness?
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40gb data of course
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Have ghost here too.
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