DriveImage XML

Because DriveImage is free, we do not offer support for it, however there are plenty of places to find the information you need. Here are a few of them:

http://www.runtime.org/dixml.chm

http://www.runtime.org/driveimage_faq.htm
http://www.habibbijan.com/articles/ghost-windows-xp-for-free/ (a user’s tutorial)
http://frozenpixels.wordpress.com/backups-part-1/(another user’s tutorial)

You can also watch our video tutorial here:

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3 Responses to “DriveImage XML”

  1. habibbijan.com » Habibbijan mentioned on the new Runtime Blog Says:

    [...] a look out of curiosity, and sure enough, the makers of Driveimage XML have created a blog and are promoting my tutorial. [...]

  2. airjrdn Says:

    I’d also written up a piece on how to automate image creation using DriveImage XML, you can view it at:

    http://frozenpixels.wordpress.com/backups-part-1/

    One addition I’d like to see though, is the ability to backup/restore the MBR.

    It is an excellent program though.

  3. bmeredyk Says:

    If anyone has VSS problems and finds that the FAQ tips don’t help, this tip may. If you’ve ever installed Microsoft Visio and have since uninstalled it, a leftover registry key may be your problem. I found the solution here – http://forum.storagecraft.com/Community/forums/p/266/991.aspx

    To cut a long story short, you might want to look in the registry under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\ContentIndex\Catalogs and check if you have for example deinstalled Visio lately. If there is a visio key, delete it and VSS will turn back into workable condition.

    Sure enough this worked for me, so if you’re having VSS problems and have uninstalled Visio, give it a try.

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