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How to use TBIView

Postby Peabody » Mon Dec 24, 2018 8:35 am

I feel really stupid asking this, but I just can't figure it out. I'm using IFL v2.80 on a CD (because it still works) to back up Windows, and need to extract a folder from an image and copy it to a thumb drive. Booting from the CD, I was able to use TBIMount to mount the drive, and ran TBIView and got to the point of hitting the space bar to place an X beside the folder I need to extract. But I don't know what to do next. What do I type or click on to go forward with the extract process and copy the folder to the thumb drive? If I knew anything at all about Linux, perhaps I would know this, but there's no Help, and it's not obvious, at least to me. Can someone tell me how to do this? Or point me to the detailed guide on how to use Mount and View that I'm sure exists somewhere on the Terabyte site. Thanks.
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Re: How to use TBIView

Postby TeraByte Support » Mon Dec 24, 2018 10:41 am

If you use tbimount in windows or linux you use the file system to access
it.

Otherwise using tbiview, you check the box, press enter and it will ask you
for the next step. You'll need to mount the target location where you want
to copy the files to.

You can do this from windows.

"Peabody" wrote in message news:16158@public.image...

I feel really stupid asking this, but I just can't figure it out. I'm using
IFL v2.80 on a CD (because it still works) to back up Windows, and need to
extract a folder from an image and copy it to a thumb drive. Booting from
the CD, I was able to use TBIMount to mount the drive, and ran TBIView and
got to the point of hitting the space bar to place an X beside the folder I
need to extract. But I don't know what to do next. What do I type or click
on to go forward with the extract process and copy the folder to the thumb
drive? If I knew anything at all about Linux, perhaps I would know this,
but there's no Help, and it's not obvious, at least to me. Can someone tell
me how to do this? Or point me to the detailed guide on how to use Mount
and View that I'm sure exists somewhere on the Terabyte site. Thanks.

TeraByte Support
 
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Re: How to use TBIView

Postby Bob Coleman » Mon Dec 24, 2018 12:33 pm

Peabody wrote:
> I was able to use TBIMount to mount the drive.

I assume "drive" in this context means the image (backup). If so, just select what you want to extract, as you put it, and copy it to wherever you want.
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