highflier82 March 5, 2009 at 09:52:43 Specs: Windows Vista Home Basic
I have a quick and simple question, which I'd appreciate a response to... Will the bootable CD created by True Image be able to, on booting, load and run True Image even if there isn't an OS on the hard drive? The reason I ask this is that when I booted my machine (Vista installed) from the Acronis CD, it seemed to be running True Image in a Windows type environment.
... thats the idea the image should of been created onto the DVD prior, as the DVD boots up say with nothing on the harddrive showing a GUI Graphic User Interface also created onto the DVD with the use of mouse plus options etc
... it is 2009!
Grrrr "...pentathol makes you sing like a canary" ... got brain freeze
You only need to boot from the cd id you have no OS, otherwise all operations can be run from Windows. If you need to restore a previous image, run Acronis from Windows, it will tell you a reboot is required, no need to use the cd.
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