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emilemma Posted - July 16 2011 : 00:09:43
are v4 & v5 trial interchangeable??

can i create images with v5 and restore same with v4??

can i create images with v4 and restore same with v5??

if i install v5 trial will it pick up and use all my xml def files,
and bat files from v4 and work correctly??

is it necessary to uninstall v4 when installing v5 trial or can
i just install it over v4??

also, are v4 PE rescue cd and v5 PE rescue cd interchangeable??

i guess what i'm trying to say is i don't want to have to create all
new xml and bat files and new image folders to keep everything separate
to avoid problems if it is not necessary...

thank you...

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Merlin Posted - July 16 2011 : 11:03:03
Chris and John have posted earlier that images from both V4 & 5 can be restord with either version.
Version 4 will be removed when upgraded to version 5.
The .xml files should work, but make sure.
WinPE 3 should be more compatible than prior versions, but boot with the disk and make sure you can see the images and target drives.

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