OK - I've made it as far as booting off the drive. I did copy my Intel RAID driver to the thumb drive. However I don't kknow how to load them so that the Win PE disk sees my drivers so it can see the m.2 disc.
I am not migrating to an SSD, the SSD cam in my system when I bought it. I'm trying to use TI 2016 for backup and recovery purposes. The only major thing that does not work (I do have a few minor issues that I am working thru) is the ability to create a working boot disk/usb.
When you create the USB disk, you'll want to then copy the drivers needed for any additional drives to that disk - e.g. f6flpyNAS, ftflpynvme etc. Once you boot to the boot disk, you'll have to go to the dos prompt. Loaddrv c:\f6flpynas etc. Then once it has loaded the drivers you can get to those drives.
Linux-based bootable media is easier and faster to create, compared to WinPE, but may not work properly with some hardware: local disks/RAID/network card might not be detected, the visual picture might be distorted, the environment might stop responding or crash in rare cases. See instructions at on how to create the default Linux-based bootable media.
If the bootable media image doesn't detect disks, network adapters, USB controllers and other devices the drivers need to be loaded manually. WinPE-based media provides an option to inject the drivers while creating the ISO-image as well as loading the drivers from the .inf files on the go.
Ive just got a brand new Latitude 5400 done all updates im on Bios version 1.6.5 Im trying to boot up via working USB stick which works on 2 other laptops different brands.How do I do it step by step please.I`ve tried to do it via external DVD drive using Trueimage 2019 disk I can get it to boot into True Image but then I cannot use the mouse its frozen? any help please.
On another note my 2019 disk of True Image works/boots up Ok on other laptops but when I try the same (I can see usb disk drive in Bios when press F12) it boots up into True Image and thats it the mouse is frozen only arrow keys work??
It requires no installation. It can be used on linux servers, linux desktops or windows boxes. The kernel supports the important file systems (ext2/ext3/ext4, reiserfs, reiser4, btrfs, xfs, jfs, vfat, ntfs, iso9660), as well as network filesystems (samba and nfs). The bootable ISO consolidates as many diagnostic tools as possible into one bootable CD, DVD, or thumb drive. When you boot up from the CD, a text-based menu will be displayed, and you will be able to select the tool you want to run. The selected tool actually boots off a virtual floppy disk created in memory.
In order to boot Windows RE directly from memory (also known as RAM disk boot), a contiguous portion of physical memory (RAM) which can hold the entire Windows RE image (winre.wim) must be available. To optimize memory use, manufacturers should ensure that their firmware reserves memory locations either at the beginning or at the end of the physical memory address space.
if you use ghost64.exe , you need a version ables to support GPT disk partitioning , I use version 18.104.22.16827. Version 11.x doesn't support GPT, you are able to capture the whole disk but when you apply the image to another disk, Windows will never boot as the partitions information are not copied.
If the cloned SSD is not set to be the first boot option in BIOS, your computer won't boot from it. Therefore, you need to access BIOS and change the boot order to set SSD as the boot disk. Here are the steps:
If you have made an image backup of your entire hard drive, you can clone the drive to another one, and it will be bootable. Remember that you need to ensure the destination disk is the same size or larger than the source disk. If you only clone a drive partition containing your operating system, it probably won't be bootable unless you use special software or perform additional steps. 2b1af7f3a8