There are two reasons for computer users to image their system state. One is that most computer users have learned the importance of system backup after the experience of system crash or failure. As your computer may fail to boot due to virus attack, software crash, hardware conflict, unexpected shutdown, or any other unknown reasons. If you have backed up your system partition with the system backup software like EaseUS Todo Backup, you can restore system partition via bootable CD. The other is that if you want to install the same operating system to the same configured computers, you just need to back up system state and restore to the other computers with the same configuration which will save you a lot of time to install the operating system one by one. The following will introduce you a detailed step-by-step instruction about restoring the backup image to other computers.
To restore the system state to other computers after you make a backup with EaseUS Todo Backup Free, you need to create a bootable CD and burn the backup images to another CD/DVD.
Since you may not see the drive letters with the Linux based bootable CD. If you are not sure about the partitions, we suggest you assign a partition label to each partition before restoring system partition from bootable CD/DVD.
Therefore, the step is very easy:
Boot the computer from EaseUS bootable disk. (This computer is the one where you will restore system image)
Then follow the recovery wizard to recover the system backup image to this computer.
By the way, if you want to restore your system state to another computer with different hardware configuration, you can utilize its function - Recover to dissimilar hardware in the commercial editions.