Current R-Drive version support bootable USB stick?

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Current R-Drive version support bootable USB stick?

Postby bushtor » Sat Aug 08, 2009 7:33 am


I have seen posts about the ability for R-Disk to create a bootable USB stick and run itself from it. Does the current version support that feature?

Does this mean that I also can save disk image(s) from R-Disk to the usused space on this usb stick?

Would it be possible to automate a R-Drive restore process so I boot the R-Drive stick and it restores automatically a specified image from the stick leaving just a message like 'Image successfully transferred, shut down now?' after completion?

Thanks a lot for quick comments on this, and I will run to buy :-)


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Re: Current R-Drive version support bootable USB stick?

Postby Alt » Sat Aug 08, 2009 3:37 pm

Yes, the current version of R-Drive Image can be installed on a USB stick or other removable media. You may try this and other features using R-Drive Image in its trial mode for 15 days. See for more details. You may also find useful its manual:

About automation. This feature is available in the R-Drive Image OEM kit. See the R-Drive Image OEM kit chapter in the documentation for more details.
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