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    disaster recovery iso file is too big to burn to disc

    Regarding the following article: http://kb.dantz.com/article.asp?article=5989&p=2 My computer came with a "recovery" partition (D:) on the hard drive which contains the original program files for all bundled programs. No separate discs were provided (which has always concerned me). The referenced article advises to use an installation cd for the i386 files. I do not have such a cd. Is there some alternative I can use to make a DR file small enough to burn to a cd-r? Can I use a dvd as the DR disc? Since this is the first time I have used retrospect, I am guessing there are no extraneous files in the application file or the config folder. Thanks