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Acronis True Image with GRUB4DOS

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dariods

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Hi,
When I boot the rescue cd.iso file created by Acronis True Image Home 2012 with grub4dos through bootable usb,all operations like creating and restoring backup images,creating acronis secure zone works perfectly.But the option to activate F11for startup recovery get the error as shown in the pic as files not found.
The entry in the menu.lst file is

title Acronis True Image Home 2012
map --mem (hd0,0)/cdimage/acronis.iso (hd32)
map --hook
chainloader (hd32)
boot

how do I rectify the problem?


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rulman

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title Acronis True Image 2012 6154 Plus & Acronis Disk Director 11.0.2343 Home
set ISOFILE=/cdimage/ACTI.ISO
if exist %ISOFILE% || find --set-root --ignore-floppies %ISOFILE% || echo -> %ISOFILE% bulunamadi!
# if exist %ISOFILE% && map --mem %ISOFILE% (0xFF)
if exist %ISOFILE% && map %ISOFILE% (0xFF)
if exist %ISOFILE% && map --hook && root (0xFF) && chainloader (0xFF) || chainloader () && boot
boot || echo -> Onyukleme basarisiz! && echo && pause --wait=5 <<< Klasik Menuye Don ...

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jaclaz

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Just for the record the snippet posted by rulman is simply the same as the one dariods posted, only using (0xFF) instead of (hd32) for the vitual CD-ROM, written in a more complex "conditional" way.

jaclaz




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