How to create a bootable DVD win ATI 9.1

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by H4rDw4rE, Apr 8, 2006.

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  1. H4rDw4rE

    H4rDw4rE Registered Member

    Apr 8, 2006
    could someone tell me how to make a bootable DVD media which will

    contain a full backup of my entire partition (windows) and programs

    located on that partition using Acronis True Image.
    I already make a backup with these backup options:
    Acronis True Image ver. is 9.1 workstation.
    Compression level:High
    Media components:
    1.General tab:
    Place Acronis True Image Workstation (full version) on media
    Place Acronis True Image One-Click Restore on media

    2. Advanced tab:
    Acronis bootable agent (all checked)
    Acronis true image workstation (all checked)

    Ok, this is easy step:)
    My problem is that I have only ONE file with *.tib extensions (which

    size is about 3.9GB, so it fits on only one 4.7GB DVD media), and I

    don't know how to burn this file, because doubt it will be bootable.
    If I understud well procedure I already have everything I need

    included in file mentioned above, but how to burn it?
    If I import that file into Nero ( would it be a bootableo_O
    Or if someone can tell me how to do it.
    Prefered method is that all I need can be include on ONE DVD media

    (data size is my problem, I mean that I want to be included an

    Acronis true image boot agent).
    One more questions is that if unceck
    Place Acronis True Image Workstation (full version) on media
    Acronis true image workstation
    that mean that all data except Acronis programs folder will be

    included in backup file?
    And explanation in few word procedure for restoration partition from

    DVD media (Know that I had to boot from media, but I read that is

    possible to run into a problem after that).
    Thanks a lot.
    At the end big sorry for my poor English.
  2. Chutsman

    Chutsman Registered Member

    Jun 17, 2005
    Brandon, Florida, USA
    This is discussed at length under another topic in this very Forum .. do a search for it.

    BTW, it is not easy. You're better off saving the backup images to another hard drive, be it external or internal.
  3. Menorcaman

    Menorcaman Retired Moderator

    Aug 19, 2004
    Menorca (Balearic Islands) Spain
    Hello H4rDw4rE,

    Firstly, you do not need to apologies for your English - it's a lot better than some of the native English language speakers that I see posting in this forum :D.

    This is the thread Chutsman referred to - <How to create bootable rescue DVD(s):>. You can use either wdormann's original WinISO + CDShell/BCDW procedure in Post #1, my updated version of it on Page 2 Post #26 or my latest UltraISO procedure on Page 7 Post #171. If you have any problem with these procedures, please feel free to post back in that thread.

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  4. H4rDw4rE

    H4rDw4rE Registered Member

    Apr 8, 2006
    Thanks a lot Menorcaman.
    It's nice to hear that my Englis is not bad as I mean, but I'll try to learn much better.
    You help me a lot.
    I'm use AcronisTI about year ago (ver 8.0) but I only clonning whole HDD from one computer to another (same hardware) and everything was ok.
    Now I want more;)
    To create a full backup of my system, put it on one media (DVD) and if some gone know what I had to do:)
    I'll back with result when create and test taht media.

    Sorry for not searching whole forum, but I'm still on Dial-up:(
    ... waiting my provider to give me an ADSL, hope in near future;)
    Last edited: Apr 9, 2006
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