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There are three types of the R-Drive Image startup mode: WindowsPE-based, Linux-based with the Graphic User Interface (GUI). and Linux-based with the Text User Interface (TUI). The interface of the later is actually pseudo-graphic. The Windows-based and Linux-based GUI types have the same interface as that of the Windows version and its operation is similar. You may refer to the respective help pages for detailed instructions. This chapter describes the operation of the TUI startup version.
This chapter explains how to perform disk actions using the R-Drive Image Startup Version such as:
The Disk Actions chapter explains disk actions such as:
• Create an Image of a partition, logical disk, or entire hard drive
• Copy Disk to Disk to make an exact copy of one disk on another
• Mount an Image as a Virtual Logical Disk (read-only)
• Check an Image File to check an existing image file
The RAIDs, and Various Disk and Volume Managers chapter explains how to perform disk actions with various compound volumes such as:
The Scheduled Actions, Command Line Operations, and Scripting chapter explains how to start disk actions automatically at scheduled times/events and create scripts that can be performed from a command line.
The Technical Information chapter gives technical information on
The R-Drive Image OEM kit chapter explains how computer system integrators can create system recovery disks for their systems
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