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? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCreating a Bootable os disk (not a normal one) ForumCreating a Bootable Disc Drive Containing Windows 8 ForumCreating Bootable Backups ForumCreating a bootable USB drive for a netbook. ForumCreating bootable back-up image with Acronis ForumCreating a bootable USB flash drive help? ForumHelp with creating a bootable XP disc ForumCreating a Bootable System Diskett ForumCreating bootable SP2 full install CD from SP1 CD and SP2 .. ForumWill this work? - creating a bootable HD ForumHow to create another bootable partition from my hard disk drive ForumCreating a bootable USB drive for bios flash ForumMaking Ghost 9 recovery disk on bootable USB? ForumWant to Create BOOTABLE Clone Drive of my OS/System Drive ForumHow do I create a bootable bios flash drive ForumGetting past administrative password ForumCreating a command prompt or ms-dos batch file for joining domain. ForumVIRUS HAS HIDDEN C DRIVE DISK MANAGEMENT ForumDisk read error press ctrl+alt+del ForumIE8 constant disk activity More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !