Is there a command line for backing up the MBR?

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Is there a command line for backing up the MBR?

Postby Djard » Sat Jun 16, 2012 11:40 am

I found Terabytunlimited's "MBR Utility" a useful tool for replacing a corrupted MBR. But I can't find anywhere in the documentation a command line for backing up the old MBR. Is there a string for backing up an MBR onto a USB drive?
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Re: Is there a command line for backing up the MBR?

Postby Brian K » Sun Jun 17, 2012 1:03 am

Djard,

You can backup the MBR to a USB flash drive with MBRWork. You must remember that the flash drive will show as HD0. Your first HD will be HD1.
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Re: Is there a command line for backing up the MBR?

Postby TeraByte Support » Sun Jun 17, 2012 9:34 am

Copy Sectors command.

"Djard" wrote in message news:2595@public.tech.misc...

I found Terabytunlimited's "MBR Utility" a useful tool for replacing a
corrupted MBR. But I can't find anywhere in the documentation a command line
for backing up the old MBR. Is there a string for backing up an MBR onto a
USB drive?

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