I performed two restores with secure boot enabled, using the Hasleo Boot Menu. I had made backups on another partition. It successfully completed both restores in 49 and 50 seconds, according to the GUI. There were no issues encountered during the process.I have a new system that has Secure Boot. Bootable USBs may need Secure Boot disabled. I will share my experience after doing a few restores using the Hasleo Boot Menu.
Hasleo still does not have a digital signature, which could result in issues in recovery due to UEFI/secureboot. Till they do, I will not even consider using it.
Did you use Add Boot Menu or Emergency Disk from the Tools section?In Windows 11, I tested it earlier today w/no problems but I used the UI to restore which then booted automatically into the recovery blue screen. I'm still debating whether to make a "recovery tool" or not.
It seems simple enough for someone who is just looking to make an occasional image to an external drive. And today, Sept. 6th, it still does not have a signature from Microsoft.
Doesn't Microsoft sign software .exe that have been verified and vetted by them beforehand? Otherwise they may be filtered out by SmartScreen (which did not object to this .exe) or possibly Secure Boot. In fact, the only thing that blocked the process (and annoyed the crap out of me) was NVT OS Armor, so if one has that also, pls. disable it beforehand. I don't know if VoodooShield (oops, CL) would have messed with it though.Can you explain what a signature from Microsoft is?
Yes, the only thing really is going all the way to Micro Center and buying another USB that only costs a whopping 5 USD. It's a shlep from here. But you're right: better to make one, otherwise you tempt fate.Make the recovery tool, u may need it , I have used Hasleo on and off for the last while with good and bad issue's.
Yes, I had to do that. Hasleo prompted me to create it. As I said earlier to I Walk MY Way, I have not yet created the USB recovery tool, But it was still possible to restore an image from my external HDD using the Hasleo UI. I needed to test and see if it worked, otherwise, you know, what's the point? I don't have any real experience with backup software per so but this was reassuringly simple (for me).@plat, Did you use Hasleo within Windows to start the restoration? If so, you need to create the required WinPE for restoration by using Add Boot Menu or Emergency Disk under Tools. I'm not sure if Hasleo automatically creates the WinPE when you start a restore from the interface without using Add Boot Menu or Emergency Disk.
When creating bootable media in Hasleo, you have the option to include drivers. I recommend adding the IRST driver and then testing the bootable media.Can anyone confirm restore works with Intel VMD turned ON? In AOMEI I get the option to include drivers while creating a bootable media.
Basically with VMD turned ON, you will need Intel Irst drivers inside bootable media to see the internal drives. Without irst drivers you won't see any of the internal ssds attached on a VMD enabled system.
I tested Hasleo Bootable USB on Win 11 with Secure Boot ON. It worked well, and there were no issues with mouse functions. Have you resolved the issue?Bootable usb has worked fine for me with secure boot. But i have no mouse functionality in that booted menu so i have to use an external mouse. With Image For Windows that is no problem, so i do not know what is going on. But since the restores manages themselves once started, it is no problem.