New R-Drive Image out...

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    R-Drive Image v4.7 build 4726

    by R-tt Team » Thu May 19, 2011 9:31 am

    A new build of R-Drive Image version 4.7 is available for download.
    Improvements:
    * R-Drive Image now correctly copies file systems between disks with different sector size.

    Fixed:
    - Previously some CD/DVD recorders might not be recognized, and such CD/DVD recorders were not seen when a path for the image file was being selected. Fixed.
    - R-Drive Image could sometimes crash when enumerating partitions. Fixed.
    - Previously, an HDD image with a dynamic partition layout could not be restored as a whole. Fixed.
    - When copying/restoring under Windows 7, an annoying system message suggesting to format a new disk appeared. Fixed.
     
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    Another newer version for anyone using it...

    R-Drive Image v4.7 build 4729

    by R-tt Team » Tue Sep 06, 2011 12:55 pm

    A new build of R-Drive Image version 4.7 is available for download.
    Improved:
    * The startup version now supports Highpoint RocketRaid 27xx.

    Bugfixes:
    - Sometimes, R-Drive Image might display the "Cannot prepare to reboot: Cannot open File:$MBR" message when the Restart computer (recommended) option is selected when restoring data to a system or other locked disk. Fixed.
     
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    Another new version posted today...

    R-Drive Image v4.7 build 4730
    by R-tt Team » Mon Sep 12, 2011 6:16 am

    A new build of R-Drive Image version 4.7 is available for download.
    Bugfixes:
    - Startup version of R-Drive Image might incorrectly detect a disk layout with several virtual hard drives over a RAID created in the system board's BIOS. Fixed.
     
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