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  1. I see the same behaviour for vertical scrolling (v1.1.132). Downward scrolling is fine, upward scrolling is coarse. Horizontal scrolling is consistent both ways.
  2. Woodrow have you actually run CCleaner yet or just installed it? If you haven't run it yet then as kroozer says there's nothing in the CCleaner installation that should cause a problem. If you have run it what options did you select? Did you do a registry clean and if so did you back up the entries when prompted?
  3. If you want an entire virtual machine then have a look at VMWare products - there are free versions.
  4. *coughs* oh yes, so it is Same old problem though
  5. As usual, I'll add my +100 to all of these comments. My highlight on the last sentence. Sadly the devs will not comment on this. They are happy for us to help other users with their products. But they are equally happy to hide away from arguments like this and let us keep repeating ourselves OVER and OVER again. Gutmann repetition.
  6. I'd tend to agree with that - though I don't know to what extent it's likely to be the PC, or the fallibilities of the Linux rescue CD, given what I've read on the macrium forums. What I should have added is that I have sometimes found that the rescue CD sometimes seems to allocate drive letters in almost a 'speculative' manner ... not necessarily the ones actually allocated when you're booted into Windows. So I think the thing is that it hasn't found the system drive at all. Just the CD, which it has decided to call C drive ... hence the ISOLINUX folder.
  7. What I find strange is that what your booted CD is browsing is, er, your booted CD, not your hard drive. I don't necessarily think it's something you're doing wrong. Try searching the macrium forums. I got a load of hits just searching for 'isolinux'. Also post there (maybe the content of your last post); you should get a reply reasonably quickly. ETA: Also one article linked to a 'how to' for creating a Bart rescue CD manually (more long-winded than with the paid-for version but gets there). There seem to be many examples of compatibility issues with the Linux CD.
  8. Thank you for the heads-up again
  9. And these days it's not an expensive option is it. My local HD images are also copied to an external HD, and that too is accessible via my USB boot iso. If you back up regularly then HD is a far more practical approach anyway ... unless you have a job lot of DVDs!! I'll tend to keep a recent couple of back ups locally, and an additional few on the external drive, even though the chances of wanting to go back more than one or two are very slim.
  10. Ah yes ... that thread Being a few glasses of wine past my optimum mental acuity, I'll not try too much to address your points but say what works for me. At the moment, I'm almost exclusively using Macrium free (also v4.2.2525) on a netbook, which of course doesn't have an integral optical drive. So I work with images of my system drive which are backed up to another partition; and like your U drive it's a logical partition. This image also happens to be split into 4Gb chunks (not for optical media, incidentally). I use a bootable USB stick to fire up the Linux rescue iso image (which is on said USB stick). From there I can happily restore my system image ... tried and tested. ISOLINUX, btw, is the root folder within the Linux iso itself. Your booted Linux image should, as you suggest, be able to see your U partition.
  11. This would appear to be yet another one though ... still awaiting a fix.
  12. It still has an over-zealous hidden objects scanner, so this one (when you do a system scan) isn't fixed ... http://forum.avira.com/wbb/index.php?page=...threadID=109790 ... but it doesn't stop you from scanning the PC.
  13. Interesting. Thanks Dennis, I hadn't come across that before.
  14. I'm sure it'll affect a few people ... just keep your fingers crossed
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