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23 Aug 2011   #181

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The second snip is the difference.See how you have the HBCD menu.exe file this is whats missing when I do it very strange

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23 Aug 2011   #182

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As I added to my post I might have initially created it with 0.0.2.4 maybe that's the difference.
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23 Aug 2011   #183

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kado897 View Post
As I added to my post I might have initially created it with 0.0.2.4 maybe that's the difference.
I think it must be as your whole usb is set out slightly different.Ive got a copy of 0.0.2.5 here im going to have a try with that.

No joy with that version doesn't include the HDCD menu again

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Did you just add the ISO through the Yumi program or did you make alterations to the menu


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23 Aug 2011   #184
mjf

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1
 
 

I'm not sure what stage you are struggling with. I decided to stick with the grub4dos loader which predated the YUMI release.
Once you select the mini XP option in Hirens you get
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23 Aug 2011   #185

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Hello Mjf

Yes I've got it working fine in Grub4Dos just would have preferred it on my Yumi multiboot usb but in my case its not adding the files correctly.Thanks though.
Anyway I feel as though I've Hijacked this thread.
My Macrium works great and have a few recovery options so thats brill.

Danny
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23 Aug 2011   #186
mjf

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1
 
 

Danny,
I don't think you've hijacked the thread at all. It's relevant to the topic.
I'd still like to know the advantages of the YUMI bootloader approach (now that's hijacking).
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23 Aug 2011   #187

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mjf View Post
Danny,
I don't think you've hijacked the thread at all. It's relevant to the topic.
I'd still like to know the advantages of the YUMI bootloader approach (now that's hijacking).
Oh ok then lol I will carry on

I don't think there is an advantage with which method you use its just I'm tight and would prefer not to waste a 4gig usb on 500mb of Hirens files when I could use the whole usb with Yumi. That's the only reason really.Just nice to have everything in one place.

Danny
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23 Aug 2011   #188

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by xxxdannyxxx View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mjf View Post
Danny,
I don't think you've hijacked the thread at all. It's relevant to the topic.
I'd still like to know the advantages of the YUMI bootloader approach (now that's hijacking).
Oh ok then lol I will carry on

I don't think there is an advantage with which method you use its just I'm tight and would prefer not to waste a 4gig usb on 500mb of Hirens files when I could use the whole usb with Yumi. That's the only reason really.Just nice to have everything in one place.

Danny
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23 Aug 2011   #189
mjf

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by xxxdannyxxx View Post
I don't think there is an advantage with which method you use its just I'm tight and would prefer not to waste a 4gig usb on 500mb of Hirens files when I could use the whole usb with Yumi. That's the only reason really.Just nice to have everything in one place.

Danny
You don't necessarily need YUMI
I have Hirens and all the rest of this on my 4GB. Apart from the folders the ISOs are apps of course.
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I'll leave it at that because I am starting to move off the thread topic.


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24 Aug 2011   #190

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Sorry if this question has been asked before but, I have watched the video here Imaging with Macrium on Vimeo so I do have some idea of what I am doing with Macrium, it seems nice and easy, I just have one question....

I have taken an image of my system drive (I may do a secure erase on my SSD) and I want to be able to restore a completely working OS, just as it is now....I selected "system reserved" as well as "C", so I will be able to boot into it when it is restored.

I seem to remember something about including the MBR when you are doing the restore, I am guessing I say "yes"?
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