please update easeus disk copy 2.0

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please update easeus disk copy 2.0

#1 Post by imaole » Fri Feb 15, 2008 6:48 pm

i found the easeus disk copy 2.0 was released, please update!

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#2 Post by Constance » Sat Feb 16, 2008 12:21 am

1 - "Hello ?"
2 - As far as I know this program is not even part of UBCD, so it can't be "updated" ...
3 - We're not using Windows based programs in UBCD
4 - There's no reference to that program in the UBCD4Win list of tools either ...
5 - Considering the 4 previous points, your post sounds like spamvertisement
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easeus disk copy 2.0

#3 Post by Icecube » Sat Feb 16, 2008 1:17 pm

It is part of UBCD.
Hard Disk Tools ==> Cloning Tools ==> EaseUs Disk V1.0

It is the only free-ware tool of EASEUS. And it is a bootable CD (no windows needed).

Disk Copy 2.0 is a potent freeware providing sector by sector disk/partition copy regardless of your operating system, file systems and partition scheme. The sector to sector method assures you a copy 100% identity to original. EASEUS Disk Copy can be used for copy, cloning, or upgrading your original small hard drive to a new larger drive. Simply speaking, it can copy anything from old hard drive including deleted, lost files and inaccessible data.

It is quite large (19.7 MB) (probably too large to include in UBCD).

Open the DC.ISO with 7zip, WinRAR, ... and extract the following 2 files from the /boot folder.
Rename bzImage to diskcopy an initrd.img to diskcopy.dat
Copy those files to the boot folder of your ubcd remastering folder (e.g.: C:\ubcd\boot )

Edit the file /menus/hdd5.cfg with a texteditor (notepad, notepad2 or notepadd++).

LABEL diskcopy
MENU LABEL EaseUs Disk Copy V1.0
KERNEL memdisk
APPEND initrd=/images/diskcopy.igz

LABEL diskcopy
MENU LABEL EaseUs Disk Copy V2.0
KERNEL /boot/diskcopy
APPEND vga=788 splash=silent load_ramdisk=1 prompt_ramdisk=0 ramdisk_size=65536 rw root=/dev/ram0 rhgb quiet initrd=/boot/diskcopy.dat

You can delete the old diskcopy (/images/diskcopy.igz).

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#4 Post by imaole » Sun Feb 17, 2008 2:14 am

thank you Icecube!!

i will try your way...