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PartWork for UEFI

Postby TeraByte Support » Sun Jul 30, 2017 2:52 pm

We've made PartWork for UEFI available via the download portal for BootIt BM
customers.

We'd be interested in knowing your experiences booting it up and using it.

Does it start or give a message?
If message is about BOOTITBM.DAT missing, moving it does copying it from
\efi\boot to \ correct it?

Does the GUI look correct or black screen?

Does the TRIM option come available on SSD drives attached to ATA or SATA?
Related, does the hardware wipe option show under wipe drive if the drive
supports secure wipe?

(we find most systems UEFI do not support what is required for either one to
work thru ATA)

Does the mouse cursor show, if so does moving it work?

(we find mixed on if mouse support is actually properly implemented through
the system UEFI)


You can email support to report it or in the forums. Be sure to include
your system make/model and if possible UEFI BIOS version.

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Re: PartWork for UEFI

Postby Bob Coleman » Mon Jul 31, 2017 3:47 pm

TeraByte Support wrote:
> We've made PartWork for UEFI available via the download portal for BootIt
> BM
> customers.
>
> We'd be interested in knowing your experiences booting it up and using it.

System make/model: HP 260-p026

UEFI BIOS version: 81B4 vF.13
BIOS Date: 08/02/2016

>
> Does it start or give a message?

Starts

> If message is about BOOTITBM.DAT missing, moving it does copying it from
> \efi\boot to \ correct it?
>
> Does the GUI look correct or black screen?

Correct
>
> Does the TRIM option come available on SSD drives attached to ATA or SATA?
> Related, does the hardware wipe option show under wipe drive if the drive
> supports secure wipe?

N/A

>
> (we find most systems UEFI do not support what is required for either one
> to
> work thru ATA)
>
> Does the mouse cursor show, if so does moving it work?

Cursor shows, won't move. Keyboard doesn't work either. Both work in BIBM.

>
> (we find mixed on if mouse support is actually properly implemented through
>
> the system UEFI)
>
>
> You can email support to report it or in the forums. Be sure to include
> your system make/model and if possible UEFI BIOS version.
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Re: PartWork for UEFI

Postby tas3086 » Tue Aug 01, 2017 7:30 pm

Partwork for UEFI ? I have BIBM, but do not see "Partwork for UEFI" it on the download portal.
I'm looking where I download all the procucts. Is that correct?
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Re: PartWork for UEFI

Postby TeraByte Support » Tue Aug 01, 2017 10:51 pm

yes, ensure you're in the BIBM order.

"tas3086" wrote in message news:14064@public.bootitbm...

Partwork for UEFI ? I have BIBM, but do not see "Partwork for UEFI" it on
the download portal.
I'm looking where I download all the procucts. Is that correct?

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Re: PartWork for UEFI

Postby tas3086 » Wed Aug 02, 2017 4:24 pm

The only think that I see in the BIBM order, is a GUI English download for version 1.39. Downloaded, the BOOTITBM.EN folder has nothing even close to partwork or uefi, nor anything close in the BIBM Makedisk options. Am I looking in the wrong location, or is there a ftp location that I need to go to? I login with an ID and password, do I need to login with the name, email, order number version?
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Re: PartWork for UEFI

Postby TeraByte Support » Wed Aug 02, 2017 9:01 pm

you wouldn't need to, but you should email support with the order number to
look in to it.


"tas3086" wrote in message news:14067@public.bootitbm...

The only think that I see in the BIBM order, is a GUI English download for
version 1.39. Downloaded, the BOOTITBM.EN folder has nothing even close to
partwork or uefi, nor anything close in the BIBM Makedisk options. Am I
looking in the wrong location, or is there a ftp location that I need to go
to? I login with an ID and password, do I need to login with the name,
email, order number version?

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Re: PartWork for UEFI

Postby Brian K » Wed Aug 02, 2017 9:17 pm

tas3086,

My download link is halfway down the page, immediately below "TeraByte OS Deployment Tool Suite Pro V1.69".
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Re: PartWork for UEFI

Postby glenn » Wed Aug 02, 2017 11:12 pm

https://www.terabyteunlimited.com/product-download.php

go to the above link. if you haven't been there before then be sure to read everything on the page
under "Product Download"
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Re: PartWork for UEFI

Postby tas3086 » Fri Aug 04, 2017 3:56 pm

TeraByte Drive Image Backup and Restore Suite V3.09
(All In One. Includes Image for Windows V3.x)
BootIt Bare Metal (BIBM) V1.39
Image for DOS V3.09
Image for Linux V3.09
Image for UEFI V3.09
TeraByte OS Deployment Tool Suite Pro V1.69
Immediately below the above section(s) are sections labeled:
--------------------------[ Older Versions ]--------------------------
Image for Windows V2.99-00 (GUI) with IFD, IFL, and IFU
Image for Windows V2.99-00 (GUI) with IFD and IFU
Image for DOS V2.99-00
Image for Linux V2.99-00
Image for UEFI V2.99-00
BootIt Next Generation (BING) V1.87
TeraByte OS Deployment Tool Suite Pro V1.62a

That is all I see ...

Which one is partwork for UEFI ?
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Re: PartWork for UEFI

Postby Brian K » Fri Aug 04, 2017 4:37 pm

You are correct. It's not there.
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