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Hi,
I'm planning an Xp rollout and I have different Hard drives to work with. I would like to know if anybody know the command line I would need to get my image file off a local cd (D:) then wipe out the existing partition, create two. The first, 5 gig and the rest as an extended. Does anybody think that this is possible with Ghost? If not does anybody know the command line with PQDI.
thks,
Syl
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We use a batch file that has the following lines

gdisk 1 /del /all
ghost -clone,mode=load,src=z:\2kImages\%image%,dst=1,sze1=8188m,sze2=v -sure -fx
ECHO.
gdisk 1 /cre /pri /y

HTH
Answered 02/18/2005 by: glwday
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I'm amazed you are able to fit an image on a cd. anyway.. when creating a partition I recommend utilizing gdisk. To create a 1st 5 gb partition, in the beginning of your batch file type
gdisk 1 /cre /pri /SZ:5000 /y
to create the second partition to fill up the rest of your drive, next type
gdisk 1 /cre /pri
Answered 02/18/2005 by: roysmith123
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