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IFD boot disk gets hung up at TBOSLDR 1.02/Please Wait...

Postby skay_baltimore » Sun Feb 19, 2012 10:29 am

I've been using IFW and IFD for years now. They are my go-to solution for routine backups and emergency restores. I just got a Lenovo Laptop, and to make a long story short, while waiting for them to send a set of full restore disks, I loaded Windows 7 Pro, 32 bit, to see just how badly I'd messed it up. (I went a little crazy with Bing, let's just leave it at that.) The Win 7 Pro install went fine, I deleted all the proprietary Lenovo partitions, and installed all the MS updates. I was just about to do an IFW backup, and decided to make sure my IFD boot disk was working. I rebooted with the IFD disk in the CD/DVD drive, it got to the TBOSDLR 1.02 screen, the cursor flashed, but it didn't load. I tried several different IFD disks, made a brand new one, and the same thing keeps happening. The Bing disk does load, for some reason, as did the Win 7 Pro disk. I double checked the BIOS boot order and the CD/DVD drive is the first one, followed by the HDD. And the IFD disk is being grabbed before booting into Windows, it's just not loading. I'm at a total loss. Any help would be appreciated.
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Re: IFD boot disk gets hung up at TBOSLDR 1.02/Please Wait...

Postby TeraByte Support » Sun Feb 19, 2012 1:02 pm

First thing is to update via
https://www.terabyteunlimited.com/product-download.php

Next is to try both UFD and CD/DVD (presume you're using CUI version so
don't have to adjust any Video settings).

"skay_baltimore" wrote in message news:1463@public.image...

I've been using IFW and IFD for years now. They are my go-to solution for
routine backups and emergency restores. I just got a Lenovo Laptop, and to
make a long story short, while waiting for them to send a set of full
restore disks, I loaded Windows 7 Pro, 32 bit, to see just how badly I'd
messed it up. (I went a little crazy with Bing, let's just leave it at
that.) The Win 7 Pro install went fine, I deleted all the proprietary Lenovo
partitions, and installed all the MS updates. I was just about to do an IFW
backup, and decided to make sure my IFD boot disk was working. I rebooted
with the IFD disk in the CD/DVD drive, it got to the TBOSDLR 1.02 screen,
the cursor flashed, but it didn't load. I tried several different IFD disks,
made a brand new one, and the same thing keeps happening. The Bing disk does
load, for some reason, as did the Win 7 Pro disk. I double checked the BIOS
boot order and the CD/DVD drive is the first one, followed by the HDD. And
the IFD disk is being grabbed before booting into Windows, it's just not
loading. I'm at a total loss. Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: IFD boot disk gets hung up at TBOSLDR 1.02/Please Wait..

Postby skay_baltimore » Sun Feb 19, 2012 5:00 pm

Thanks. I'll do that.

Could you please explain the difference between GUI and CUI? On the d/l page, it has both, along with my order numbers and order date. To the best of my knowledge, I only originally ordered one. Thanks again.
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Re: IFD boot disk gets hung up at TBOSLDR 1.02/Please Wait..

Postby mjnelson99 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 7:24 pm

I download the CUI versions because the GUI causes me mouse
problems in IFD. (Graphical User Interface).

Not sure if IFL would also have the mouse problems.

Check it on your own computer and know you have a choice.
Mary


On 2/19/2012 6:00 PM, skay_baltimore wrote:
> Thanks. I'll do that.
>
> Could you please explain the difference between GUI and CUI? On the d/l page, it has both, along with my order numbers and order date. To the best of my knowledge, I only originally ordered one. Thanks again.
>
>
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Re: IFD boot disk gets hung up at TBOSLDR 1.02/Please Wait..

Postby TeraByte Support » Mon Feb 20, 2012 10:09 am

GUI = Graphical User Interface
CUI = Character User Interface (like you had before).

"skay_baltimore" wrote in message news:1469@public.image...

Thanks. I'll do that.

Could you please explain the difference between GUI and CUI? On the d/l
page, it has both, along with my order numbers and order date. To the best
of my knowledge, I only originally ordered one. Thanks again.

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