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Automated System Recovery Also known as ASR allows the end-user to restore the system disk including the Windows files all Registry settings and user programs data allowing the recovery of a completely crashed system Note ASR requires -The ability to boot the Windows XP Professional Setup-program from a CD or other methods - 1 - 2 Gigabytes of free space on a separate hard drive partition or removable media - 1 Formatted 144 Diskette Automated System Recovery - Backing Up First you must create the ASR Back-up Floppy Disk containing the ASR Back-up File by using the Back-up Utility Located under Start -gt All Programs -gt Accessories -gt System Tools -gt Backup Figure 1 The Backup Utility will open and Welcomes you Choose Advanced Mode Figure 2 On the Advanced Mode Backup Utility Window choose Automated System Recovery Wizard Figure 3 The Wizard will start advising that a Backup and the ASR disk will be created Figure 4 Continue by Clicking Next You will be prompted for the location of a Backup-file It will become a file of approx 1-2 gigabytes so do not select the default A but change it to a disk-location other then the drivepartition being restored The selected drivepartition will be formatted as well as the produced backup fileFigure 5 Completing the ASR Preparation Wizard will prompt advising that you have completed the wizardFigure 6 When you click Finish the Wizard creates a backup of your system files Figures 7 and 8 You will then be asked to insert a floppy diskFigure 9 used in the backup utility to restore your System in an event
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