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Casper 8 Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit


Casper 8 Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit




Casper is a software that allows you to create and restore backups of your hard drive or partition. It can also clone your entire drive or partition to another drive or partition, or create an image file of your drive or partition that can be stored on another device or media. Casper supports both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows, and can handle encrypted drives, dynamic disks, and BitLocker-enabled drives.


However, there may be situations where you need to restore a backup from an external hard drive or a different partition to your primary system drive, and Windows is unable to boot and run from the backup device. For example, this may happen if your primary system drive fails, gets corrupted, or is infected by malware. In such cases, you need a Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) to boot and run Casper directly from a USB flash drive, CD-ROM, or DVD disc with full access to external USB and Firewire hard disks.




Casper 8 Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit


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A Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) is an optional component that you can create using the Casper Startup Disk Creator wizard, which is installed along with Casper. The wizard will guide you through the steps of preparing a USB flash drive, CD-ROM, or DVD disc to boot and run Casper. You can also create an ISO disc image file that can be used to create a CD-ROM or DVD disc later.


How to create a Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit




To create a Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit, you need the following requirements:



  • A system running Windows XP (SP3) or later.



  • 5 GB of available disk space.



  • 1 GB of RAM (2 GB or more recommended).



  • Windows 8 Recovery Environment, Windows 8 Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK), or Windows 7 Automated Installation Kit (AIK).



  • A USB flash drive, CD-ROM, or DVD disc with at least 500 MB of available space.




Once you have the requirements, follow these steps:



  • Start the Casper Startup Disk Creator Setup program. The Welcome to the Casper Startup Disk Creator Setup Wizard dialog will appear. Click Next.



  • Read the Future Systems Solutions License Terms dialog. You must agree to the terms of the license to proceed with the installation. Select I accept the terms of this agreement, and then click Next.



  • The Choose the installation you want dialog will appear. Click Install Now. The Casper Startup Disk Creator files are added to your system.



  • Click Create Startup Disk Now to launch the Startup Disk Creator wizard.



  • The Welcome to the Casper Startup Disk Creator Wizard dialog will appear. Click Next.



  • The Select Destination Media dialog will appear. Choose whether you want to create a USB flash drive, CD-ROM, DVD disc, or ISO disc image file. Click Next.



  • If you chose USB flash drive, the Select USB Flash Drive dialog will appear. Select the USB flash drive that you want to use from the list. Make sure that it has enough space and that it does not contain any important data, as it will be erased during the process. Click Next.



  • If you chose CD-ROM or DVD disc, the Select Optical Drive dialog will appear. Select the optical drive that you want to use from the list. Make sure that it has a blank disc inserted. Click Next.



  • If you chose ISO disc image file, the Select ISO File Location dialog will appear. Specify the name and location of the ISO file that you want to create. Click Next.



  • The Select Windows Preinstallation Environment dialog will appear. Choose whether you want to use the Windows 8 Recovery Environment, Windows 8 ADK, or Windows 7 AIK. If you do not have any of these installed on your system, you can download them from Microsoft's website . Click Next.



  • The Confirm Settings dialog will appear. Review the settings and make sure they are correct. Click Next.



  • The Creating Startup Disk dialog will appear. The wizard will copy the necessary files and configure the destination media to boot and run Casper. This may take several minutes. Wait until the process is complete.



  • The Startup Disk Creation Complete dialog will appear. Click Finish.




You have successfully created a Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit. You can now use it to boot and run Casper on any system that supports booting from USB or optical media.


How to use a Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit




To use a Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit, follow these steps:



  • Insert the USB flash drive, CD-ROM, or DVD disc that contains the Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit into the system that you want to restore.



  • Restart the system and press the appropriate key to enter the BIOS or boot menu. This may vary depending on the system model and manufacturer. Refer to your system's documentation for more information.



  • Select the USB flash drive, CD-ROM, or DVD disc as the first boot device and save the changes.



  • The system will boot from the Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit and load the Windows Preinstallation Environment. This may take a few minutes.



  • The Casper Startup and Recovery Environment dialog will appear. Click Next.



  • The Casper Main Window will appear. You can now use Casper to restore a backup from an external hard drive or a different partition to your primary system drive. Refer to the Casper User Guide for more information on how to use Casper.




You have successfully used a Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit to boot and run Casper on your system.


Conclusion




A Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit is a useful tool that allows you to boot and run Casper directly from a USB flash drive, CD-ROM, or DVD disc with full access to external USB and Firewire hard disks. It can help you restore a backup from an external hard drive or a different partition to your primary system drive in case Windows is unable to boot and run from the backup device. You can create a Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit using the Casper Startup Disk Creator wizard, which is installed along with Casper. You can also use an ISO disc image file to create a CD-ROM or DVD disc later. To use a Casper Startup Disc (Boot CD) 64 Bit, you need to insert it into the system that you want to restore, restart the system, and select it as the first boot device. The system will load the Windows Preinstallation Environment and then run Casper. You can then use Casper to restore your backup as usual.


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