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    Here is my scenerio. Say I have an .TIB (True Image Backup file) on an external drive. The pc I want to put it on has a brand new just out of box hard drive installed how would I go about putting said .TIB file on to this new drive, so that it's just like my old drive before it died? Don't be afraid to add step by step process....haha...thanks
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    Do you have a bootable TrueImage recovery CD ?

    If so, plug the external disc into the new PC, boot of the recovery CD, then use this to install the image to the new drive.
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    Is the original installation cd also a bootable recovery cd?
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    Originally Posted by Denvers Dawgs
    Is the original installation cd also a bootable recovery cd?
    I doubt it - you usually have to create the bootable CD. I did...
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    The manual is here : http://download.acronis.com/pdf/TrueImage11_ug.en.pdf

    The section you want is 6.1
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  6. The original CD is bootable on version 9 at least. Thats the only one I've got that I actually ordered on CD. Just slap it in the drive and find out. No harm in trying.
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    Ok so I looked over that manual and under CH 11 it says if you purchased a boxed product then I already have a bootable cd, because the install cd itself is bootable..Thanks guys for the help
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