What operating system?

On the Mac, you can boot from the Retrospect CD, I believe.

I usually take that opportunity to do a clean install though.  On the 
Mac, I'll do a clean install of the current OS and then restore all 
the files into a sub-folder and then move them out as needed.

All of the Windows machines that I manage have a ZIP drive and can 
boot from it, so I've created a Boot ZIP disk for each machine that 
also has the Retrospect Client software installed.

>Please forgive my ignorance, but I have to ask the following question:  Your
>hard drive fails.  You want to pop in a new drive and restore the system to
>the original condition.  What do you do?

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