Ken, is it possible to image an internal hard drive onto an external hard drive and then reimage from the external drive to another internal hard drive. I get to the part where I try to put the external onto the internal and it won't let me because it says i'm already using the c drive and can't do both at the same time.
It has another windows operating system that is working poorly and needs replaced.I'm using Macrium reflect.
1. I don't "cruise" black neighborhoods. I have to pass through to get to work. You don't have to live in Death Valley to know it's hot.
2. If I lived off the state and didn't have to invest for the future, pay a mortgage, pay for college tuition, pay for groceries, pay for my family's cell phones, pay to heat my house, pay for car insurance, pay for health insurance, pay for dental care, etc., I too could afford any new high-end vehicle I wanted, shop at "Nordy's" on a regular basis, have a big flat-screen in every room, lots of jewelry, wear $200 sneakers, etc.
Last edited by ybnormal; 02-08-2013 at 09:07 AM.
PS: That work you supposedly did, a 12-year old can do.
Hi Ken,Originally Posted by bmore_ken
I'll have you know I actually turned my computer on all by myself this morning...So there!!! (okay, I did have a little help from my daughter).
Hold on there cowpoke...Originally Posted by demopublican
City employees upheld their part of the bargain, constantly putting money into the retirement account. THE PROBLEM was that the City figured out some way to avoid making their payments as they were supposed to. Had they done that, the pension fund would be solvent.
Mayor to announce big reforms to tax structure and employee pensions at state of the city address! Maybe she's using this report as evidence that her proposals need to be adopted and implemented.
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