EaseUS WinPE Question

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  1. TheMozart

    TheMozart Former Poster

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    I have very slow wireless internet access, too slow to download the needed 1.7GB WAIK 3.0 needed to create the WinPE boot CD.

    Is there a WinPE EaseUS CD already created by someone that I could download instead?

    Thank you.
     
  2. Brian K

    Brian K Imaging Specialist

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    TheMozart,

    You could download the trial Active@ Boot Disk WinPE (about 147 MB) and put your plugin on the CD/USB. Active@ is an excellent WinPE.

    http://www.livecd.com/download.htm
     
  3. TheMozart

    TheMozart Former Poster

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    Hi Brian. Sorry I don't understand what you mean.

    Is it a trial version that expires? Why does it say I need a "Registration Key"? How much does it cost? Does it cost $79.95? Any freeware alternative?

    Will it allow me to create an image and restore an image from the boot CD using Windows Drivers instead of the very slow linux drivers?

    How do I use that plug in? What plugin?
     
  4. constantine76

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    Maybe you can find something here. There's some good discussions you might wanna read. Got a few tips also. xxtp://www.sevenforums.com/software/180800-new-free-system-imaging-program.html and xxttp://www.sevenforums.com/backup-restore/182352-acronis-true-image-home-2011-plus-pack-aik-2.html (soory can't seem to use the hyperlink button there...)
     
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  5. Brian K

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    TheMozart,

    As far as I can see it is a trial that doesn't expire and you don't need a registration key. It is a WinPE and uses Windows drivers.

    I don't use EaseUS so someone will need to tell you how to work it with the WinPE.
     
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    download either the workstation or server version as a trial make your disk then reinstall the free one. the winpe will not expire
     
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    I may be wrong but I do not think the WinPE boot disk is included in the trial download. The trial download is something like 80MB. This is too small to include an iso of WinPE.

     
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    if you write them and ask to test the full program they have always given me a different link to use they may not have the best program but i have nothing at all bad to say about their cust service
     
  10. napoleon1815

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    Agreed on that one...very repsonsive and very apologetic if you have an issue.
     
  11. constantine76

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    @ andyman35,

    --Thanks to this is worth a look :)


    Yes I agree. They also keep you up-to-date on developments. All inquiries through email get's answered with responsiveness. I can't say the sme with Acronis..
     
  12. TheMozart

    TheMozart Former Poster

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    EaseUS seems like a good company then :thumb:
     
  13. TheMozart

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    Does anyone know how to create a EaseUS WinPE or Windows driver based rescue and boot USB stick?
     
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