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R-Drive Image 6.1.6102

Postby R-tt Team » Wed Nov 30, 2016 10:19 am

A new build of R-Drive Image is available for download.
Improvements:
* Improved display of partitions on partition diagrams. Small partitions look wider.

Bugfixes:
- The program might create an incorrect image for a disk locked with Bitlocker or with unknown file system. Fixed.

Startup version:
New features:
+ Support for exFAT disks for saving/reading disk images.

Improvements:
* Linux kernel 4.8.8
* Support for a mouse wheel in the GUI version.
* An improved NTFS driver, verbose mount errors connected with Windows hibernation.

Bugfixes:
- Some cosmetic bugs are fixed.
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Re: R-Drive Image 6.1.6102

Postby MerleOne » Wed Nov 30, 2016 2:27 pm

Thanks for the exFat addition, this is great and works now fine (at least drive detection, not tried a restore yet).
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Re: R-Drive Image 6.1.6102

Postby naharid » Thu Dec 22, 2016 2:59 pm

I have 128GB ssd drive with working windows 10 X64, I tried to make an image of it(ghost) to 1Tb HDD which is divided into 3 partitions.
The idea was to make the larger HDD bootable, and use the data I have on it. The target partition is 156Gb.
I performed the image, got a message that the operation was a success, but the computer did not boot, and I got a message that a file winload.exe is missing, I performed a repair attempt using my windows 10 installation disk, but it was not successful.
The big HDD had originally windows 7 x64.
What is your suggestion?
Regards,
Doron
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Re: R-Drive Image 6.1.6102

Postby Alt » Mon Dec 26, 2016 8:20 am

naharid wrote:I have 128GB ssd drive with working windows 10 X64, I tried to make an image of it(ghost) to 1Tb HDD which is divided into 3 partitions.
The idea was to make the larger HDD bootable, and use the data I have on it. The target partition is 156Gb.
I performed the image, got a message that the operation was a success, but the computer did not boot, and I got a message that a file winload.exe is missing, I performed a repair attempt using my windows 10 installation disk, but it was not successful.
The big HDD had originally windows 7 x64.
What is your suggestion?
Regards,
Doron

Did you create both partitions? The first small (boot) and large (system)? You need both to startup a computer.
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