I haven't been around for a while....I know you har all had a rest from this old fart....had to deal with som health issues....
I would like to know in laymans terms more about the little system partiton that Windows 7 automatically creates when installing a fresh install of Windows 7.
I never seem to get the time to apply myself to projects these days....partly to do with health issues!!
anyway, sorry to run on....If I create a sysprep image of a computer - so that I have a standard image for most software - what happens to the system partition?
What I mean is - I know that if I reinstate the image to a computer without the system partiton I have to run repair on first start up...
What happens if I create a system partition when reinstating the sysprepped image...does repair automatically use the system partition,,,,
If I remember correctly the system partition helps with encryption....OK tell me if I am wrong....please!
Just want to know that if the sysprepped image is applied to a computer on which I create the system partition...will it be used?
Do I need the system partition and if so in what situation should I have it?
Sorry, I still have a hard time getting my little brain around all the technical sides of Windows; so please be gentle with me....