Consider the following before installing this code:
Rescue and Recovery 4.51 is designed for the Windows 7 operating system. The previous versions of the Rescue and Recovery program for Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows Vista® cannot be installed on Windows 7 operating system. Therefore, the Windows Installer does not support the over install behavior from previous versions of the Rescue and Recovery program.
If you want to retain the ability to restore from backups created with a previous version of Rescue and Recovery, you must create a copy of your backup files on bootable, external recovery media before installing the latest version.
To archive your backups, complete the following procedure:
From the Rescue and Recovery main screen, click Backup, and then select Copy backups from hard drive from the drop-down list.
Select the medium you want to save your backup files to by clicking the appropriate radio button. The backup files that will be copied are listed on the user interface.
Click OK to continue
You will need blank removable media when copying backups from the hard drive to CD or DVD. Make sure that you label each disc as it is created, and that you store them together in a safe place. Note: You will be prompted to make the external media bootable at the beginning of the process.
The Sysprepbackup operation changes in the Windows 7 operating system because a new version of Windows Recovery Environment (Windows RE) is built in the Windows 7 operating system. When you run the System Preparation Tool (Sysprep) and use the /generalize option, the Sysprep operation disables Windows RE by removing the Boot Configuration Data (BCD) entry to the Rescue and Recovery Pre Desktop Area (PDA). To make the Rescue and Recovery program work with Sysprepbackup in the Windows 7 operating system, you must download and install the Sysprepbackup accessory package.
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(New) Added an Active Directory Manager (ADM) setting to set the Create Rescue Media (CRM) function to external media.
(New) Added support for the unattended backup when you log off the system.
(New) Added support for the compatibility with the backup on any other computer that is in the same model with your computer if both computers are installed with the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system.
(New) Added support on the computer that is installed with more than one hard disk drive. It enables you to designate the hard disk drive where the Rescue and Recovery program stores the backup and designate the hard disk drive that you attempt to restore.
(Fix) Fixed the issue that an error message is displayed, prompting you that the Predesktop Area (PDA) was not installed correctly during the unattended installation of the Rescue and Recovery program.
(Fix) Fixed the issue that the Rescue and Recovery program failed to perform the backup due to the insufficient hard disk drive space in Q drive.
The Rescue and Recovery 4.51 program might also work properly on other computer models that meet the system requirements below. However, no testing for the Rescue and Recovery 4.51 program has been done and no support is provided for using the program on any computer model other than the computer models listed above.
Latest version of the BIOS
1.5 GB of free hard disk drive space (required for installation)
512 MB of memory (recommended)
8 MB of VRAM (Video Random Access Memory) shared memory set in the BIOS
Microsoft Windows 7 operating system or its later versions