Jean baptiste Ndah
Ultrasound Philips HDI 4000 / system software
January 06, 2020 09:40
I have an ultrasound Philips HDI 4000. The hard drive has spoiled and a Freind of my who is having the same machine gave me his system backup; a TIB file of 1,6 GB.
To install the backup I install a new hard drive in the machine. I installed WINDOWS 2000 Pro on the machine then I run ACRONIS to restore the backup on my machine.
But after the installation completed windows is asking me for VGA drivers and the monitor displays a bad image . the colors and not correct and image not well clear.
Can someone help me on what to do?
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re: Ultrasound Philips HDI 4000 / system software
January 07, 2020 05:44
Take your friend’s Acronus image drive from HDI4000 and take a Hard IDE drive of 80 GB and just make a clone of your friend’s drive. The device will work. But keep in mind that additional options like 3D Volume, 4D, Sonoum will now never work. Because they were tied to the ID of the original disk.
re: re: Ultrasound Philips HDI 4000 / system software
January 09, 2020 09:08
that friend is in an other country, he sent me the TIB File trough email. not possible to have his hard disc to clone it.
how can i have a proper hard disc for my system?
re: re: re: Ultrasound Philips HDI 4000 / system software
January 10, 2020 10:06
Your friend removes the hard drive from his device, connects it to the computer and, using Acronis True Image, makes a backup of the drive and sends it to you, for example, through Dropbox. You download this file, install on your computer preferably the same version of Acronis® True Image, which is installed by your friend. You find the IDE hard drive, preferably 80 GB and "restore" it with a file from your friend. Clear?
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