BartPE Plugin - Extremely Slow

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by Jbmoar, Jul 15, 2005.

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  1. Jbmoar

    Jbmoar Registered Member

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    I Have Tried The BartPE Plugin,I Was Not Impressed Other Than lots Of Programs On The Disc, The TI Plugin Was Extremely Slow,So Slow That I No Longer Use It,Maybe I Did something wrong Though, Just curious has anyone else had the same problem
     
  2. beenthereb4

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    It is fast when it has the right drivers for your SATA or PATA or SCSI controller.
     
  3. storage_man

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    beenthereb4

    Why don't u tell us how to get the right drivers installed. I have tried BartsPE and going to USB is acts like its only going at 1.1 speed. I have rebuilt the boot disk with an Original Win/XP Pro SP1 disc, and a Win/XP Pro Sp2 slipstreamed disc and every time I boot up Barts PE, it shows that its running SP0.


    Thx - Storage_man
     
  4. Rod Williams

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    I have a PCI USB 2 card for my external drive. Using the TI boot disk proved to be very slow. (Probably USB 1 speed) I then ran Bart PE and the speed was the same as my internal drive. I have Bart PE with SP1 slipstreamed. Don't know what you guys are experiencing but mine is fine. Anytime I see a problem with SP2 mentioned I have to consider SP2 as the potential problem.
    While loading Bart PE if you hit F6 it will let you install the drivers, from a floppy, for SATA, SCSI drives.
     
  5. beenthereb4

    beenthereb4 Registered Member

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    Good advice on using SP1 to build if you have problems.

    Use the downloads from this site:
    UBCDW

    Be sure to use the driver pack, this make a fast disk for me. I have built from SP1 and SP2, each has advantages and disadvantages for various computers.
     
  6. Tatou

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    I use reatogo at http://www.reatogo.de/ to produce the appropriate drivers for use with BArtPE


    I have Xpsp2 (have to slipstream XP and sp2) and produced a BArtPE disc with Acronis BArtPE. I see all my drives (SATA) and USB drive.

    I have found the backup and restore speed is equal to my normal environment.
     
  7. beenthereb4

    beenthereb4 Registered Member

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    Good one! Reatago is especially good at capturing the drivers for the PC that it is built on. Even though it's supposed to be especially easy, I found it a little more difficult to follow the instructions as it popped up a lot of batch files that seemed confusing. I don't use it because it uses the XPE shell which is inherently slower to boot on older computers, however for most people with a newish computer it would be excellent
     
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