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- Seagate Discwizard Vs Acronis True Image
DiscWizard is the Acronis true image free version for seagate hard drive, just like True Image Home, DiscWizard allows us create a rescue cd, we can boot our computer from the rescue cd and restore system partition in case it becomes unbootable. But you can not create a rescue usb disk directly. I’ll show you how to create a bootable usb drive for DiscWizard in the following paragraph.
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1, Create Bootable ISO
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Use the “Create Bootable Media” function to build an iso file, then extract it to a new folder, for example, d:TrueImageISO.
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2, Download syslinux
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Syslinux is an open source boot loader for Linux developed by H. Peter Anvin.
Download syslinux then extract the archive, copy the file syslinux.exe in the win32 folder to D:.
3, Create bootable usb drive
Uninstalling this variant: In case of problems with schedul2.exe, you may also want to remove the entire program Acronis True Image or Seagate Scheduler 2 using Windows Control Panel, visit the www.acronis.com support page or update the program to the latest version. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.
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- First, format your usb disk as FAT32 format.
- Second, launch windows command prompt, enter D:syslinux.exe X: and press enter.( suppose that you put the file syslinux.exe in the root folder of the D drive, and X: is your usb drive letter. ) You’ll see a hidden file named ldlinux.sys has been added to X:.
- Copy the file kernel.dat and ramdisk.dat from d:TrueImageISO to X:.
- Download the file syslinux.cfg and copy it to drive X, don’t change the filename.
- You are done!
Boot computer from usb drive
Now you can restart your system and boot it from usb drive, you can see the screenshot below:
Learn more about DiscWizard or Acronis True Image WD Edition here.