I apologize if I sound like a newbie with QNX, but I am. So forgive me if I
use the terminology incorrectly.
I have a company laptop that is configured so that on bootup it will
automatically run a demo in Photon using QNX 4.22
The laptop’s harddrive has QNX primary boot with a Win95 secondary boot
option. It has an internal CD and I have an External CD-burner.
Since I am only good with Win/DOS platforms. I would like to be able to
boot up DOS off of the floppy drive and then, with something like Norton
Ghost, make an image of the whole drive to the CD-Burner. The idea is that
I can wipe the harddrive and load it with WinNT. When I give the laptop
back, I can wipe the drive again and put the drive back the way it was,
The easy way was to buy a second harddrive for the laptop but it was also
the very expensive way.
Is there a way this can be done? Would Norton Ghost or similiar program be
able to deal with the way QNX is on the drive?