Simple restore from booted image DVD fails

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Simple restore from booted image DVD fails

Postby Bob Coleman » Tue Nov 29, 2011 7:46 pm

Using BIBM 1.06/IFD 2.67, I create an image directly to DVD.

If I boot that DVD and press the space bar, I can navigate the IFD screens and restore the image (even though the mouse doesn't work). However, if I wait for the restore to start instead of pressing the space bar, I get warnings asking if I'm sure I want partitions to be overwritten. When I answer yes, the restore process hangs at 0%.
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Re: Simple restore from booted image DVD fails

Postby TeraByte Support » Tue Nov 29, 2011 11:59 pm

what options did you use interactively (BIOS or BIOS direct)? How long did
you want to see if it then starts?

"Bob Coleman" wrote in message news:806@public.image...

Using BIBM 1.06/IFD 2.67, I create an image directly to DVD.

If I boot that DVD and press the space bar, I can navigate the IFD screens
and restore the image (even though the mouse doesn't work). However, if I
wait for the restore to start instead of pressing the space bar, I get
warnings asking if I'm sure I want partitions to be overwritten. When I
answer yes, the restore process hangs at 0%.

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Re: Simple restore from booted image DVD fails

Postby Bob Coleman » Wed Nov 30, 2011 4:06 pm

TeraByte Support wrote:what options did you use interactively (BIOS or BIOS direct)? How long did
you want to see if it then starts?


When I don't press the space bar and just wait for the restore to start, I don't get any opportunity to choose those options, do I?
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