On Win7 The boot disk has no mouse support or keyboard support
Hi, I thought support you might like to know.
On my win10 notebook I have had success. I created two Boot disks from the AOMEI utilities. I don't remember the details. I later needed to do a restore and it worked.
So upon getting a new drive on my Win7 machine, installing all my software and getting things running well I found Acronis now does not detect the C drive on the win7 machine. So I decided to try AOMEI. I used one of the AOMEI boot disks created on the Win10 machine and they read in okay. I did all the steps to the point of a restore but I of course did not complete it because I had just installed everything. So I then decided to try and create a rescue disk by installing AOMEI on the win7 machine (an I5 machine). Two problems occur.
It will not complete the write to the brand new DVD-R. It gets 99% of the boot disk complete then it ejects the DVD-R and locks up.
I tried the boot with the new DVD-R and it reads it in but the AOMEI interface locks up (mouse and keyboard can not do anything). So then using AOMEI installed on win7 I created an ISO file and I burn it with [email protected] ISO Burner. The burn was successful. So I use this disk to boot to the machine and again the AOMEI interface comes up but it is locked so the mouse and the keyboard do not work.
So I am finished for now since I wasted 3 brand new DVD-R disks at about $1.00 each. I will use my machine and hopefully the AOMEI boot disk that was created on the WIn10 machine will do a proper restore when the time comes. At least the AOMEI the was in stalled on Win7 does create a backup image of my C drive correctly. If the restore fails then I will be back to my old habits of spending a day or two installing all my software again.