Just attempted to make a new rescue Linux boot CD using both the compatibility mode and non compatibility mode. Using a rewrite CD both times I had problem getting the wizard to either format the CD or write to the CD. Persevering I eventually managed to burn a rescue CD using both the compatibility mode and non compatibility mode. Neither CD would boot correctly, the screen would show two lines of Linux and then stop to a blank screen, I needed to remove the CD and then reboot the computer.
Some information: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit with Raid 0. The latest version (just released) has been installed and the Macrium Rescue Disk is v2.1.2525.
As a last resort I made a rescue disk ticking both the compatibility mode box and the problem log box.
Below is the result when booting this CD:
Dev/ram0 console = TTY2 VGA788 Log Level =6 E187A615 N O A P I C A Boot_image = Linux x26 PID Hash Table Entries: 4096 (order: 12, 16384 bytes) Fast TSC Calibration using PIT Detected 2806.495 MHz Processor Console: Colour Dummy Device 80x25 Mount -Cache Hash table entries: 512 Extint not setup in hardware but reported by MP table Bios create slab <010-07> at 0 SCSI substation initialized Raid6: Int 32x1 925 MB/s Raid6: Int 32x2 1027 MB/s Raid6: Int 32x4 746 MB/s Raid6: Int 32x8 691 MB/s Raid6: mmxx1 2929 MB/s Raid6: mmxx2 2843 MB/s Raid6 sse1x1 2609 MB/s Raid6: sse1x1 2839 MB/s Raid6: sse2x1 5214 MB/s Raid6: sse2x2 5687 MB/s Raid6: Using Algorithem sse2x2 (5687 MB/s) PCI: Probing PCI Hardware Type= 2000 audit (1269185156. 519:1) initialized PCI 0000:00: ID.7: EHCI: Bios handoff failed (bios bug7) 01010001 Console switching to colour frame buffer device 100x37 Floopy0: No floopy controllers found HDA: Lost Interrupt 9 times
This is the information shown on the screen after booting with the rescue disk with the log box ticked. I'm pretty sure I've copied it all down correctly. If you can make sense of all this you must be a real clever bugger. Any further information you might need just ask and I'll try my best.
I should add that the PE rescue disk works normally (old version, not the latest).
Sorry you are having problems. The Linux rescue CD works with the majority of PC hardware, but not all. The Windows PE rescue CD has more functionality, better hardware compatibility and is the preferred option. If you are having problems with the Linux CD then please use Windows PE.