hi can anyone tell me i know this is a stupid question maybe but i seriously don't know this i update my pc and made a image of my system incase something happen i can just restore my system from a bootable disk but what i need to know is will i have to do all the updates again if i do a restore thanx
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That depends; What software did you use to create your backup image?
The backup imaging software we recommend most here on HTG is Macrium Reflect_Free.
EDIT: Read this... https://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/how-to-set-up-a-good-backup-system-?replies=44
What I do is create a new Image every month after running Windows and Application updates, that way you won't have to install to many updates, normally I have 2 Images and when I create a new one I delete the oldest. So if there an issue with the latest Image I always have another one to fall back on.
That's just me!!
OK, then all you have to do is download and burn this ( Macrium rescue disk ISO for 64 bit OS... ) to a blank cd/dvd and you have your Macrium rescue disk, compliments of htg member whs who created and uploaded it so we other htg members wouldn't have to download that ridiculouly HUGE 1.7gb WAIK file.
Use this to burn the image to disk. http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/
Edit: Changed your link so it is not a direct download which is not allowed. -- GModX
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