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    creatxr NNTP User

    Default Adding Acronis to Grub list


    How to add Acronis to Grub list.

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    #Acronis Grub menu.lst entry kernel.dat & ramdisk.dat from Acrions
    hided partition

    unhide (hd0,7)
    root (hd0,7)
    kernel (hd0,7)/Recovery Manager/kernel.dat quiet vga=788
    ramdisk_size=40000 acpi=off noapic
    initrd (hd0,7)/Recovery Manager/ramdisk.dat

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    It can't run.
    It shows that it can't mount hd0,7
    In Yast, the acronis partition is sda8.
    It seems that system don't recognize its file system.
    It's fat32 in fact.

    How to do?


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    creatxr NNTP User

    Default Re: Adding Acronis to Grub list


    I'm sorry I posted to a error forum


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    LRE NNTP User

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    Why don't you use the setup tool from True Image to add ATI to the
    bootprocess ?

    Then all you have to do is press F11 when booting the machine to enter
    ATI.


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    creatxr NNTP User

    Default Re: Adding Acronis to Grub list


    LRE;1914175 Wrote:
    > Why don't you use the setup tool from True Image to add ATI to the
    > bootprocess ?
    >
    > Then all you have to do is press F11 when booting the machine to enter
    > ATI.


    1. I think maybe it will lose grub boot.
    2. If I can do it with grub, I will find a solution to boot the backup
    systems of a new laptop. Because I did install Linux with a new laptop 3
    years ago. It took me much time to reinstall my OEM windows. Because I
    lost the function F10 to start the backup system.

    So I hope there is a solution to boot the backup system with GRUB.


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