Oops, completely forgot to post my findings.

This was a special PC (tablet with touch-screen and some additional
controls for the disabled user), so the rescue CD didn't work. For some
reason it didn't recognize the touchscreen as a regular mouse.

the driveimage XML program did, however, do the trick: the image is now
safely stored on an external hard drive.

Haven't needed or tried the restore function though.

Best regards,

Peter Colpaert
Application Developer
PLI - IT - Kontich, Belgium
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On Nov 27, 2007 3:33 AM, <Peter.Colpaert@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

David,

I promised a friend to create an image of his PC tonight, so your timing
is perfect.

I had already downloaded an ISO image of "System Rescue CD", but this
might be easier to use.


Well?

- Dan

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