AISBackup Set-up Program

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Nicolas Forwood
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AISBackup Set-up Program

Post by Nicolas Forwood » Tue Jan 03, 2012 2:47 am

I guess got confused but AISBackup downloaded the image file and then burn it to a DVD but somehow I missed to get the AISBackup set-up program. Clicking the link to get that file it takes me to AISBackup download. I would like when I use the bootable DVD to include the AISBackup / Restore

How do I get the AISBackup set-up program? Is this part of AISBackup or it is a different file?

I run Vista Home Premium and have the AISBackup 2.9 (400)

Barry
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Making an AISBackup set-up CD.

Post by Barry » Wed Jan 04, 2012 7:27 pm

The AISBackup set-up program should be downloaded and stored somewhere that you can open it from during the process that makes the restore CD. The set-up program is not absolutely necessary as in a full system restore the AISBackup program would be restored along with everything else. The AISBackup program may also be downloaded and installed directly from this web site.

The reason this option was added was because we have in the past been asked for a set-up CD and adding the set-up program to the AISBackup Restore CD covers this option - and this option enables AISBackup to be installed on a PC that has no internet or network connection.

Another option for storing the AISBackup set-up program is to copy it (AISBIxxx.exe where XXX = the build number) to a USB flash drive.

Barry

Nicolas Forwood
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Post by Nicolas Forwood » Wed Jan 04, 2012 7:52 pm

Thank you barry

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Post by nikkil » Thu Jan 03, 2013 7:38 pm

Another option for storing the AISBackup set-up program is to copy it (AISBIxxx.exe where XXX = the build number) to a USB flash drive.
i would prefer that option. How did you get this done Nicolas?
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