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How to Ghost a Hard Drive in 3 Steps

Updated on Dec 08, 2017 by Brithny to Backup Utility

Summary:
EaseUS image backup software allows you to ghost a hard drive in 3 simple steps. It is the best solution to protect your OS and data from system problems and unexpected data loss disaster.

Is there any reliable program that I can use to ghost a hard drive?

"I had a clean install Windows 10 on my computer just several minutes ago. Thinking that system problem and the accompanying unexpected data loss disaster can happen at any time, I intend to ghost the hard drive to backup the system and data. So even if anything bad happens one day in the future, I will not be troubled with system reinstalling & data recovery job. But I completely have no idea about how to ghost a hard drive? Is there any reliable Windows backup software that can make this job easier?"

As most computer users know, system failure or system crash might happen every day and every moment. It can be caused by various reasons such as virus and hacker attack, hardware and software failures, wrong operations and so on. Few people can expect or avoid such accidents. The only thing you can do is to reinstall the operating system to fix the problem. And if you know how to ghost a hard drive, things will become much easier. You can just regular backup hard drive with third-party image backup software and easily restore the system and data from the image file when a disaster attacks. 

3 steps to ghost a hard drive with EaseUS Todo Backup

EaseUS PC backup program is coming to do you a favor. It can help you ghost a hard drive by copying the contents of one computer hard drive to another disk or to an "image" file. And the image file can be used to restore disk or partition when it is necessary. The process can be easily done in just 3 simple steps. Now you can try it!

Step 1. Launch EaseUS backup and then choose the backup option you want.

Choose the backup option to ghost a hard drive

Step 2. Choose the system, hard drive, files or apps that you want to backup, and then select a destination where you want to store the image file.

Choose backup destination to ghost a hard drive

Note: You'd better create the backup image file in some other storage media or in some other drive. If not, there may be a risk of the backup file getting corrupted or destroyed.

Step 3. Click Proceed to execute your operation.