ATI10 art for bootable rescue CD?

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  1. Logger

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    Trivial I know, but has anyone got an image suitable to print onto True image Home 10 rescue CD? Just bought the download version and want to have a smart looking rescue disk to place in my library. Also - if there is demand for this acronis might want to consider including such an image in the distribution and making it available as part of rescue disk build process.
     
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    How about a picture of what is on the boxed version, or a picture of the main screen menu?
     
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    I bought the boxed product and scanned the CD. I gotta say, though, that it's not much to look at, in terms of artwork, but it might be of some use.
     

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    Man, that's excellent ... in fact it looks so good that you will have to mark it so you don't mistake it for the original.
     
  5. Logger

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    Thanks Prius04 that will be perfect for what I want.
     
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    Here's a cropped version ready for use.
     

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    Hello everyone,

    Nice work! A little comment though, as far as I know the boxed version CD is not bootable. And since Acronis True Image Bootable CD is Linux based and does not depend on the operating system installed on the computer, may I suggest to replace the info about operating system with supported file system info:

    - FAT16/32
    - NTFS
    - Ext2/Ext3
    - ReiserFS
    - Linux SWAP

    Special sector-by-sector approach for backing up corrupted or not supported file systems.
     
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    That's an excellent idea! Actually, though, the installation CD in the boxed product *is* bootable. The issue is if you install a more recent build than the one on the CD, I believe.

    Anyway, in addition to your suggestion, it might also be wise to crop out all the print at the bottom and insert something like "RESCUE CD" in large, bold lettering.
     
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    You guys are good ... nice one dld. :D
     
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    Thx for the information.
     
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