Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by rdgrimes, Aug 18, 2005.
As program updates occur, when is it necessary or advisable to update the boot discs?
I always keep a copy of the installation file and boot rescue CD of the build number that I know works well with my setup.
Updates will usually have more/better hardware support plus a number of GUI improvements and bug fixes. I therefore create a current image, download and install the latest build and create a new bootable rescue CD. After thorough testing I decide whether to stick with the new build or revert to the previous one.
So you're saying that the boot discs use an "updated" version of the program, not a default "safe" version like Drive Image used to do.
Yes that what Menorcaman is saying, the latest build BootCD when made will have all the latest
Indeed I am. Apart from anything else, an updated boot rescue CD (which is Linux based) will contain more and better Linux device drivers. Therefore there is a fair chance that it will fix some problems being experienced by certain users.
Sorry to butt in to the tread, I though you had Logged off.
Hi there TheQuest,
No worries, feel free to chip in anytime. After all, it is an open forum .
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