08-21-2012 08:48 AM
I've studied the info on krisRowland page, which now raises theses queries:
Q1: How large does the USB-memory-stick need to be for a CSRD ?
Q2: Do I have to have a working 'Symantec Recovery Disk' on CD...
before I can create a 'CUSTOM Symantec Recovery Disk' on CD or USB-memory-stick ?
Q3: Can I have other things on the stick, or must it be kept just for the CSRD ?
Thanks, hope you can help.
08-22-2012 09:14 AM
Brian: Thanks for that info...
For now, I decided to keep it simple, and made my 'CUSTOM Symantec Recovery Disk' on a CD.
With it, I can boot the PC OK.
I looked around at my various drives, which all seem to be visible, and accessible
Next: I loaded the CSRD normally and selected: Run Driver Validation
...and a message says: All detected storage devices and network cards have drivers in the 'Symantec Recovery Disk''
Then: I tried to follow the steps in its help file, to validate the restore-points, but was unable to do this...
So could you explain how to do this ?