Added Rescue Boot Menu option


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Tom Milligan
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I've just added a Recovery Menu Boot option and was presented with a list of menus.  I chose Windows PE 3.1 menu (64bit). Is this correct for my system? I'm using Windows 7 (64bit).  

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Yes, those options show PE 3.1 is the version available that you've already built for creating your Reflect rescue media and it's the version that is usually used with Windows 7 unless a later PE version's "built-in" support for USB3 is needed.

Actually any Windows PE version is fine if it boots your machine okay and allows access to all of the same source and destination locations as in the regular Windows working environment.  It's always wise to test it to ensure that it gives you access to any external drives and/or network locations that are used for your backups.

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Edited 20 July 2016 2:35 AM by Arvy
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Does anyone know how to remove the recovery boot option? Thanks!
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Use the same menu item (Other Tasks -> Add Recovery Boot Menu Option) that you used for adding it.  Select "No menu" and hit the "OK" button.  Macrium really should remove the word "Add" from that menu item or change it to "Add/Remove".


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Edited 31 July 2016 8:12 PM by Arvy
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