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What am I Missing Here?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2011 3:33 pm
by AlanD
Instructions for BOOTITBM recommend making a WIN 7 "Repair Disc"

I cannot see any use for a "Repair Disc" since I am making daily full
images with IFW. If you DO use it, it gives you two choices to recover:

1) Use System Restore
I do not use Restore Points

2) Go to previous Windows Image File.
Since program refers to Images created by WIN 7, this is also useless.

What am I missing here?

Can I not just use my IFD boot disk to restore a TBU Image, and forget a
WIN 7 "Repair Disc"?

AlanD

Re: What am I Missing Here?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2011 4:45 pm
by TeraByte Support(PP)
Many systems don't ship with installation discs. It's just another tool that can be helpful in certain situtations by giving the user another way to boot and access the system. As an example, if you can't get into Windows and you have files you want copied off before restoring.

Re: What am I Missing Here?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2011 5:01 pm
by AlanD
On 2011-09-19 7:45 PM, PP wrote:
> Many systems don't ship with installation discs. It's just another tool that can be helpful in certain situtations by giving the user another way to boot and access the system. As an example, if you can't get into Windows and you have files you want copied off before restoring.

thanks. it just the way it was presented in TBU's Bootitbm manual that
made it appear as something which was needed to augment the TBU program.