Creating a bootable disk Tags: Computers Windows XP Last response: October 8, 2010 9:11 PM in Windows XP Share bboy October 8, 2010 7:51:40 PM Hello, I have done a full system back up of my C: drive onto a second drive D: on the same computer. How do I create a bootable disk so I can recover my system on a new replacement for C; Thank You More about : creating bootable disk Emerald October 8, 2010 9:11:36 PM you could just connect the new drive while the old one is still connected and use the disk image software. what manufacturer are the old and new drive? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCreating a Bootable os disk(not a normal one) Forum SolvedDoes backing up files, and then restoring them create a bootable disk? Forum Solvedhow to creat bootable hard disk Forum SolvedNot able to create windows 7 bootable disk Forum SolvedCreate Bootable Clone Backup in Win7 (without disk/os/boot media) | Carbon Copy Cloner for Mac Forum SolvedHow to create another bootable partition from my hard disk drive Forum SolvedCreating a USB bootable windows 8 for a new PC but using MAC Forum SolvedCreating a Microsoft 7 Bootable USB for new PC in Mountain Lion Forum Creating both x86 x64 bootable usb Forum Creating bootable Vista clone on Win8 HDD (some degree of urgency) Forum SolvedNo bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key Forum SolvedNo bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key Forum SolvedI need to install an OS, when I install the disk it says no bootable device disk? Forum SolvedDifference beetween bootable disk and burned disk Forum Creating Bootable DVD Forum SolvedHow do I fully format my laptop hard drive windows 8.1 without bootable disk Forum Creating a bootable USB drive for a netbook. Forum Creating bootable cd for os x lion in win 7? Forum Creating a bootable os x lion disc in windows Forum Creating Bootable Backups Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !