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#8721
Re:VBoot v.2.0 News 8 Years ago Karma: 1
huisinro wrote:
we will send free download link of final v2 to paid users, which has no limitations.


Do you send it today ?
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#8722
Re:VBoot v.2.0 News 8 Years ago Karma: 86
Today's release is a beta, we will send a more formal version later after some feedbacks. You can play with the beta in the meantime.
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#8725
Re:VBoot v.2.0 News 8 Years ago Karma: 0
Can you release VBOOT 2.0 trial version?
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#8726
Re:VBoot v.2.0 News 8 Years ago Karma: 86
wrapping it up now, should be available in a couple of hours.
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#8727
Re:VBoot v.2.0 News 8 Years ago Karma: 0
Good news
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#8824
Re:VBoot v.2.0 News 8 Years ago Karma: 0
Please excuse my lack of in-depth knowledge of VBoot, which may make the following question a naive one to ask.

Does VBooting a physical drive to run under the aegis of WinXP still manifest the unfortunate problem of the WinXP startup process deleting all Win7 and Vista restore points?

I know that running XP in a virtual machine (when the host is a Win7 physical machine) does not experience the problem...but my XP installation on physical drive seems much too large to be made completely into a VHD. Would VBoot be of practical use and still avoid the curse of deleting Win7 restore points?

If there's a file or discussion on the site wehre I should do my homework, please point me there.

Thx.

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