Originally Posted by br2
I've used it and it worked fine. I didn't use it to copy Vista to a new machine as that article describes. The machine to restore on apparently must be identical to the one backed up. I suppose it might be possible to achieve that in a way that would allow cloning but it would probably be easier to install vista again. I'm not a fan of Vista in general but that's not one of my complaints.
I'm not a fan of Vista, and I'm limted to this forum & google, as well as MS Vista community forums, unfortuately, I have a OEM/DSP Version of Vista Ultimate, and as you well know, it carries NO SUPPORT form Microsoft, other than what I said above, so, I was using a USB 2.0 HD, but couldn't ever get this to work, as well as a few other things in Vista that just wouldn't work on my Gateway Notebook, so, after 3 weeks, I'M DONE, I have put Vista on the self, and I will go back to XP MCE 2005, it's so nice to have a OS that works, maybe I'll go back to Vista in the future (6 Months to a Year) but it won't be anytime soon