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How to restore Windows on a new HD drive?

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I managed to put a new 320 GB drive in my MacBook Pro. Next I partitioned the drive for MAC OS 10.4 and Windows with Disk Utility. Selected Volume Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled) for Mac OS 10.4 and MS-DOS File System for Windows. Next I restored Mac OS 10.4 with Carbon Copy from the old 100 GB drive.

BUT how to restore Windows?@#$%^&*

Carbon Copy doesn't do that.....??

Disk Utility doesn't seem to do it either

Winclone works with 10.5 and not with 10.4

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What resources do you have to get Windows?

Spikey2,

Are you using specialized software? maybe an upgrade to snow leopard would make sense. (the bootcamp beta license for tiger expired dec.31.2007)

markus weiher,

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Winclone http://twocanoes.com/winclone/ could do the trick.

Excellent + Ralph

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if you have a system running windows (run off old harddisk maybe) you could create a bootable disk (CD/dvd/thumbdrive) with enough system files to format and sys the windows partition. If you create recovery disk(s) you then repover from there.

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