MVP Assistant - New 2.0 with Rescue Media Builder (New Version 2.4.2)
A new version of the MVP Assistant is now being made available to the wider Acronis user community for beta testing.
I have been working extensively on this next phase of the MVP Assistant. It was my vision from the beginning that the Assistant would incorporate disparate MVP tools into a single application. It started with the updated Log Viewer as well as some other tools I found useful. I had always envisioned a rescue media builder as part of the application.
The result is a more interactive builder than the older script based MVP builder... one that provides a cleaner UI with an easy ability to create the media while also giving advanced users a lot more control over the process. The final rescue media is similar to the older MVP builder in that it uses the same Launch Bar shell and provides additional applications. It doesn't yet have all the capabilities of the earlier builder, and it is limited to only building 64-bit under Windows 10 or above. But I don't believe those limitations are problematic at this time.
Included with this MVP Assistant program is an additional Driver Analyzer application which can be launched from the new builder in the MVP Assistant. The Driver Analyzer itself can be a useful tool for advanced users to see what drivers are being used in their system.
To introduce this new feature, I have created a PowerPoint slide show which demonstrates the builder through a series of annotated screen shots. You can grab the PowerPoint file from this location... Rescue Media Builder PowerPoint Demo. It is recommended to view this demo first, and then make use of the Help included in the application for further clarifications.
Note that the MVP Assistant must be Run as Administrator in order to gain access to the new builder. It should be fully compatible with ATI 2019 through the current ACPHO release. For older ATI releases, use the True Image media builder to create a .wim file and then use that for the source.
Please read the Release Notes.