If you select System Backup, it will make a System Backup of your system drive into a .dsk image file for you.
Files bigger than 20M in size will not be copied.
It will try using vshadow services for LiveImaging first. If LiveImaging is not available, it will do StillImaging for you using ERUNT for registry backup and restore.
For the use of LiveImaging, it relies on the use of vshadow services in your system. The simplest way is to have a full xp/2k3 system installed in your computer first.
And then you download the vshadow sample codes for use with your system:
VShadow: vshadow.exe is freely available from Microsoft as part of the VSS SDK, at:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloa ... &displaylang=en
You should rename the vshadow sample codes as:
for use in xp system
for use in 2k3 system
and put them into the \Program Files\Diskless Angel folder and the dala folder and for use with da & la.
About the use of vshadow services in system image running on DisklessAngel virtual memory disk, please see the following notes at:
For the time being, just try it yourself to click any of these 4 selection buttons to see how a system image .dsk file could be auto-built.
However, you should select a drive with sufficient drivespace for storing the .dsk image file when prompted later in the process after selecting any of the above buttons. The .dsk image file has to be put at the root of your selected drive for storing it.
And the selected drive can be in FAT32 or NTFS format, but not in Compressed NTFS format as the grldr bootloader included in the g4dimdiskerunt.zip package does not support Compressed NTFS format. Or else, you move the .dsk image file to a FAT32 or NTFS drive after saving so that it can be loaded up by grldr later for rebooting.