TeraByte Product Release Thread

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by TheKid7, Aug 19, 2011.

  1. acuariano
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    really?
    i tried the gui-linux..and it didn't work...there is only space for serial#
  2. Brian K
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    Brian K Imaging Specialist

    The field is called "Image for Linux Product key".

    Do you have the trial IFL?
  3. zfactor
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    anyone else notice that when using the trial version and then someone buys the program and enters the key from the purchase it still says its a trial version in program and features / add remove programs... why does it not change this after entering the key?? i have a few customers who bought it and entered the key and were little annoyed it still shows as a trial version
  4. puff-m-d
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    I am trying this also. Am I looking at it correctly by using the /hash command line when creating the full backup, and /hash is not needed for the differentials as the created hash file is automatically seen? Could not find a lot of info on this. Thanks...
  5. Brian K
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    Brian K Imaging Specialist

    That's correct.

    If you are using the GUI you can use the Option "Speed up Changes Only Backup" when creating the full backup.
  6. puff-m-d
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    puff-m-d Registered Member

    Thanks Brian...
  7. Brian K
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    Brian K Imaging Specialist

    The Recovery download is fixed and I've installed it on a USB flash drive. Very impressive.

    IFW
    TBI View
    TBI Mount
    TeraByte OSD Tool
    OSDTOOL Script
    CopyP2V Script
    Notepad
    Command Prompt
    Task Manager
    System Recovery Options

    Also
    TeraByte Restore Windows Registry
    TeraByte Assign Drive Letters for Windows
    TeraByte Explorer
    Last edited: May 1, 2012
  8. puff-m-d
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    puff-m-d Registered Member

    Sounds nice, but unfortunately only available on Windows 7...
  9. Brian K
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    Brian K Imaging Specialist

    Yes, it needs the Win7 recovery wim. But you don't need WAIK as in previous versions. People didn't like downloading the almost 2 GB WAIK.
  10. acuariano
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    not,i'm using the one from the download page
  11. Brian K
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    Brian K Imaging Specialist

    OK. Do you enter your serial in the field I mentioned?
  12. acuariano
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    yes i enter the serial and then tried to enter the password for the image.
  13. Brian K
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    Brian K Imaging Specialist

    No, we are talking about different things. When you use makedisk.exe to build the disk, Default settings, there is no password field. There is only one field and it is for your serial number.
  14. zfactor
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    wait what where is thiso_O
  15. Brian K
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    Brian K Imaging Specialist

  16. zfactor
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    zfactor Registered Member

    oh H@LL yeah!!!!! is there any way to add a file explorer to this?
  17. Brian K
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    Brian K Imaging Specialist

    I've added A43.
  18. zfactor
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    zfactor Registered Member

    just add it to the main folder where the files are extracted? i have not tried this yet so just not sure will be trying it later
  19. aladdin
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    I am getting error that the "WinRe.win" file could not be found.

    What I am doing wrong. I did start the "TBWinRE.cmd" with administrative rights. I am getting the same error on all three of my computers.

    Best regards,

    KOR!
  20. Brian K
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    Brian K Imaging Specialist

    KOR,

    Just temporarily (from Folder Options) Show Protected OS Files. Also Show Hidden files and Folders.
    Do you have a folder labelled "Recovery" in your C: drive?
    Last edited: May 2, 2012
  21. napoleon1815
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    napoleon1815 Registered Member

    Thanks Brian K!
  22. TheKid7
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    TheKid7 Registered Member

    Have you done any "Restores" of Images made with the hash feature?
  23. The Seeker
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    The Seeker Registered Member

    Are there any benefits to using imagew64.exe?
  24. lodore
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    lodore Registered Member

    Is it possible to restore a system partition if you add image for windows to the F8 recovery options menu? I would assume you cant since you would be loading from the partition you wish to edit?
  25. Brian K
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    Brian K Imaging Specialist

    Yes. Same as a "normal" restore. The hash feature only speeds up diff image creation, otherwise everything is as before.