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  1. johnwmreed

    Disaster Recovery Drivers

    In Creating a Retrospect Emergency Recovery Disc the Windows Retrospect 8 User's Guide Addendum says: Before you create an Backup Recovery ISO image, make sure you have the following items: Any drivers or packages (i.e. package.cab) that you would like to add to the ISO image should be placed in the following directory before creating the ISO image. <retrospect application>/drsupp/drivers Ok, I placed a copy of my ethernet driver directory as a subdirectory in my Retrospect 8.0/drsupp/drivers directory, created the recovery iso file and burned it to a DVD. But when I do a trial run of the the Disaster Recovery I can't find the drivers. So where are the drivers hiding? Or, am I placing them in the wrong place?
  2. johnwmreed

    Disaster Recovery Drivers II

    Let me approach the problem of drivers and the Disaster Recovery Disc from a different angle: When you load the NAS driver in the Retrospect 8.0/drsupp/drivers directory before you burn the Disaster Recovery Disc and it is the "correct" NAS driver *.inf file does this mean that when you boot the Disaster Recovery Disc the NAS driver is loaded automatically? Or, does it mean that the driver is located somewhere on the Disaster Recovery Disc and the user has to manually load the driver during the recovery process? If this is the correct answer where is the NAS driver *.inf file located on the Disaster Recovery Disc?