Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by napoleon1815, Oct 17, 2012.
For anyone interested!
According to the vendor, the changes in this version are:
- Support for EFI/UEFI.
- It is possible to create a boot CD from the program itself.
I tried this with the trial version but the program crashed. Apparently, the WAIK is not needed. From the User´s Guide:
"The bootable media is created from the current operating system. If you have a 64-bit operating system, a 64-bit boot
disk is created. With the help of such a 64-bit boot media, images from GPT hard disks can be restored onto UEFI / EFI
systems, for example."
- Improved interface. For me it is very similar to the old one.
Thank you Robin for the details, and napoleon for the thread. It would be a good feature if WAIK is not needed in order for boot disk creation.
its similar to what ifw did with the winre but a bit abit easier to use imo. though winre is really easy to use also. it uses the wim from the what i can.
Its features are not special, just similar to most of the imaging software.
I've always had a soft spot for this app...I don't use it often but it's been my experience that it's rock solid. It bailed me out big time a few years back.
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