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Imaging (Windows Computers)

What is reimaging?

Reimage is the process of removing all software on a computer and reinstalling everything.  Reimaging will wipe your hard drive clean so you always need to make sure everything is backed up to your k:drive. 

When should you reimage?

A reimage is necessary if your operating system becomes damaged or corrupted. You may also need to reimage if your system is plagued with spyware problems.  Reimaging can also be done when a computer is being re-assigned to a new user. 

Who should image a computer?

Computer Resource Specialists and District Technicians can image computers. 

Computer Resource Specilaists can obtain image discs through the Technology Help Desk or Windows images are also located on the district server.  The path is as follows:

I:\PC_Setup\Applications\ISO images

Along with each image, there is a text document.  Please make sure you read this.  It contains important information about the image. 

You may also put in a ticket to the Technology Ticket System to have a computer imaged. 


Questions?  Contact your building CRS or the Technology Help Desk at 415-8181.