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Thread: Virgin Tivoapp/Extracting MFS Image In Windows

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    Virgin Tivoapp/Extracting MFS Image In Windows

    Could someone maybe post a tivoapp for download for me ?

    I need the one from S/W ver. 4.0-01-2-230


    If not could someone tell me how to extract fiiles from an MFS image using Windows or Windows related tools ?


    Thanks
    DK

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    Restore the image to a spare disk. Mount it on your PC with a Linux Boot disk, find it, and copy it.
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    Easier Way

    Isn't there an easier way to do all of this ?


    DK

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    Why do you need to do it in Windows?

    The easier way is to follow the established methods outlined in the Extraction Forum.


    Sorry... misunderstood the question.
    Last edited by lenroc; 06-10-2004 at 08:56 PM.

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    Although a spare disk may be easier, another way is to extract the image to a dummy file the same size as the HDD it is for. (It has to be linux partition you do that on though). You mount that image file as if it were a drive, then copy the files you need to a FAT32 partition.

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    Fixed

    I found my virgin tivoapp


    Thanks For Your Help

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    Source for MFSTools is now available, plus Tiger has posted a description of his archive format. So there's no reason a tool couldn't be written to extract a single file from an MFSTools backup. But no one's done it yet, AFAIK.

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