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    Soundwave
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    How to boot from USB and restore using Macrium Reflect Rescue Media ?

    Hi,

    I'm interested to know if it's possible to:

    1. Use Macrium Reflect to create a system image (have done this already onto a USB 3 external disk).

    2. Use Macrium Reflect to create a Macrium Reflect bootable rescue media onto a usb stick (have done this as well !!).

    3. Boot from the usb stick with the Macrium Reflect rescue image and use it to restore the Macrium Reflect created system image from the USB 3 external disk.

    Can anyone please help with some detailed and tested instructions on what I might have to do to boot up the T100 using the Macrium Reflect rescue image on the usb stick ? - thanks.

    Snowy
    Last edited by Snowy; 04-12-2014 at 03:32 PM.

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    Found the following on another forum, which I found helpful in accessing the BIOS - but doesn't help with booting from a usb stick:-

    I've been messing with the new ASUS T100 Transformer T100TA and found a few boot key combinations through trial and error. I hope someone else can make use of them.

    Hold the listed key while powering on the tablet.

    ESC: Boot device selection menu
    DEL: Boot into BIOS Setup (same as F2)
    F2: Boot into BIOS Setup
    F9: Boot into windows recovery mode
    F12: Not sure what this is, it briefly flashes "Launching FFU.efi" then print "Main Start" and sits there
    Vol Down: Boot Device Selection Menu

    I tried each button on the top row of the keyboard plus: tab, alt, ctrl,fn, windows. In case anyone want to try other stuff.


    Note. By default win8 has "fast boot" enabled, which means it doesn't do a proper boot from bios when you turn off after a "shutdown" from in win8.

    Instead try doing a restart from in Win 8 and start holding F2 as soon as the screen goes blank - or adjust the power settings in Windows so that it deosn't hibernate/sleep or whatever it thinks it does when you do a Shutdown command.

    Holding Vol Up with power can also help when it doesn't want to boot.



    Also found interesting posts re acronis

    http://forum.acronis.com/forum/47186

    and ubuntu:



    http://windowssecrets.com/top-story/...hello-to-uefi/

    http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/uefi-drama.html

    http://windowssecrets.com/forums/sho...ot-w-GPT-disks

    http://www.transformerforums.com/for...npe-3-0-a.html
    Last edited by Snowy; 04-13-2014 at 03:50 PM.

 

 

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