Version 2.99-00 made available on February 25, 2016
Image for Linux is a reliable drive image backup and restore program that comes in two versions, a character user interface (CUI) version and a graphical user interface (GUI) version. You can use either version to easily and quickly create a complete backup of your hard drive's data, operating systems, and programs. click here to find out more
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TBIView allows you to open, browse, and extract files or folders from TeraByte Unlimited image files that are based on a EXT2/3/4, FAT, FAT32 or NTFS partition.
TBIMount allows you to create a device in Linux that represents a partition within a .tbi image. You can then use the Linux mount command to access the files within the (read-only) that partition.
Use TBICD2HD when you need to copy image files from a directly-burned CD/DVD.
This utility will allow you to burn a set of image files created by TeraByte Unlimited imaging products to DVD, CD, BD or ISO file from DOS/Windows/Linux.