bootable recovery CD ?

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    i want to make a bootable recovery CD for some systems which are running winxp and in some win98 , i dont want to make it any tough , it should only work when the C drive is corrupt and the system is not running , and it should not take much time , the amount of data would be nearly 1.3GB total...

    i want to make this CD after installing a fress copy of the operating system and install all the drivers and applications ,
    and if the system is corrup then i dont want to install anything again...

    is that possible ?

    how to do that , which software should i use , is there any freeware too?

    please help me ..

    thanks
     
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    aku Gonna make it BiG

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    well use norton ghost or acronis... u'll get wat u want
     
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    yes there is freeware:"DriveImage XML"
    you can download it at www.download.com
     
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    thanks but will they also make a bootable cd too so that when needed we can easily restore the CD?

    and can anyone tell me how to do this ?
     
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    I think they do not support Bootable CD. Norton Ghost is best if you can afford it.
     
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