Sat Nov 26, 2011 8:20 am
Sat Nov 26, 2011 10:15 am
thenoo wrote:I have just recently changed from BING to BIBM which I have installed on one of my two Hard Drives.
I am the sole user of my PC and only intend using BIBM to create Image Files of my Hard Drives as I did when using BING.
I do not intend to employ Multi Boot.
The first thing I notice about BIBM which is different from BING is that when you get into the WORKING WITH PARTITIONS" there is no mention of the word "IMAGE" that I can see . It talks about creating "COPIES" using "IMAGE FOR DOS" which seems to be already included when BIBM is installed. As far as I remember with BING if you wanted to use IMAGE FOR DOS , this had to be separately installed but was not necessary in order to create an Image File.
Is this an intended difference ?
thenoo wrote:Observation 2
I have created an Image File of my C:\ using BIBM - ( I think ! ) - and have obtained a file which is entitled "xxxx.TBO" .Here I used the "COPY" command- is the resulting .tbo file an Image File or merely a COPY ?
Do BIBM Image Files all have .tbo extensions ? as opposed to the .img extensions used by BING ?
thenoo wrote:Observation 3
I notice that I can now open these BIBM ".tbo" files by just clicking on them and , moreover , this opens them more quickly
than when I used "TBIView" with BING. I presume the use of "TBIView" is no longer required with BIBM ?
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