Create Boot disk from image on hard drive?

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by chilei, Oct 12, 2006.

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  1. chilei

    chilei Registered Member

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    I made a backup of a drive and it is currently stored on a secondary hard drive. I am now wanting to rebuild my main drive with that image. Is it possible to take the file from the hard drive (acronis backup) and make a bootable cd or DVD?

    It is not letting me rebuild the hdd through the file because it is the C: drive that is running windows and therefore it can not simultaneously restore and run the program at the same time.

    Thanks.
    Kyle
     
  2. max0071

    max0071 Registered Member

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    You should create your bootable disk from ATI on your C: drive and then rebuild your HD using this disk. Using this bootable disk you can restore from the archived .tib file on your "secondary hard drive."

    In the alternative you should be able to restore using ATI on your HD using "Recovery" in ATI using windows and using your .tib archive backup on your "secondary drive."

    I think this is what you want to achieve.
     
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