What's new in TI 11 Build 8101 (US)

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by jmk94903, Jul 6, 2008.

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  1. blacknight

    blacknight Registered Member

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    I love TI 11 Build 8101: the 8053 had some problems with my SATA hard disk, and was not able to create the Manage Secure Zone; moreover, it needed a very long time, booting from cd, to see the hard disk. Now all run perfectly. :)
     
  2. shieber

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    Wow, are you talking about the boot disk? If so, this means they actually updated some of the linux hardware drivers. I didn't see that on any of my machines; ATI11 still doesn't work on most of them. But if they updated any at all, that's some encoragement that ATI 8101 wasn't just a release so Acronis could say it did a release before it came out with a new version.
     
  3. dougaross

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    I actually have 8101 without a std.. Vista CD. But. could you please explain how to change the BCD file. Both before and after restore. I have a VistaPE CD (thanks to you)
     
  4. rwinegar

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    Does this build correct the USB device disconnect error? Acronis tells me it did, but I'd rather hear it from somebody here.

    Lately I started using Shadowprotect to restore my computer. I am not sure if I am ready to go back to TI. It's going to be hard for me to regain the confidence I once had in this program.
     
  5. shieber

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    I tried to test that but this version/build still doesn't see my drives so I can't restore to find out. That, imo, is a much bigger prob for ATI to address.
    If ypu're comfortable with SP, I'd stick with it at least until a decent build or version of ATI is released -- or unless you can find ATI10.
     
  6. MudCrab

    MudCrab Imaging Specialist

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    The easiest way (if possible) is to make the change before you image the drive. See this thread: Fix Vista so a Repair is not needed after a restore or clone

    You can do the changes afterwards using a VistaPE CD, but the procedure is a little different because you need to reference the correct BCD file. For example, if your Vista partition is C: when you boot to your VistaPE CD, you'll need to reference the BCD file located in the C:\boot folder:
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    bcdedit /store c:\boot\bcd /set {default} device boot <ENTER>
    bcdedit /store c:\boot\bcd /set {default} osdevice boot <ENTER>
    bcdedit /store c:\boot\bcd /set {bootmgr} device boot <ENTER>
     
  7. TerryFox

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    All I did was install with the default setting , I don't recall the safe mode option , it might on been selected . Any ways if I boot with the rescue disk ? I see build 8101 .
     
  8. shieber

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    I found a machine I could test this on and the answer is no, the prob isn't fixed. ATI still fails to properly terminate the Storage volume ID.

     
  9. Espresso

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    Saving SystemState still doesn't work in Vista. I tried disabling compression and even setting the affinity to one core but to no avail.
     
  10. shieber

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    Hmmm, if you made a bootCD with ATI 11 8101, then the version number you should shee when you boot the CD is ATI11 build 8054.


     
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