woodchip 20:09 03 May 2004

Why is it that they will not recognise above ISO 2Gb
When its a 4.5Gb DVDRW True Image asks for 2 CD's is it because True Image is old version but NERO is Version 6 so why will that not go over ISO 2Gb on a DVDRW 4.5Gb

  TomJerry 20:16 03 May 2004

If you look FAQ on True Image's web site, it indicates that the bigest file size on a dvd is 2gb. Maybe you could produce image files on HD (with file limit 2gb) and put two one a single DVDRW.

  ensonricky 20:23 03 May 2004

What DVD RW do you have, if it is avery new model you may need to download the latest patch from nero to support it.

  woodchip 20:23 03 May 2004

That's a point as I am at this moment creating a single file and the only way to get that on a DVDRW is to format the disc with InCD. but not shure if True Image would recognise the to backup from. And it would mean a lengthier process of loading XP then copy image to Drive and then run the Restore in True Image

  woodchip 20:24 03 May 2004

No Nero recognises the drive it just want CD's like True Image

  TomJerry 21:23 03 May 2004
  woodchip 23:31 03 May 2004

Thanks for that link I must be getting lazzy not checking there first but only just installed it.

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