QUOTE (j4hr0m @ Jan 11 2012, 05:57 PM)
How would You do that? And is it possible at all?
Not exactly through a "boot menu".
But yes, it is possible of course, the tool supports command line allright:http://www.drivesnapshot.de/en/commandline.htm
Basically you always boot to the "same" BartPE, then you have a menu (not boot menu) that allows you to choose what image to restore to what drive.
Such a menu can be made in zillion ways, from simple batch to vbs or hta or using any number of third party tools, and can of course be autoexecuted when you boot to the BartPE.
Depending on the way you store the images, if you use a log file, etc. you can "hardcode" a given image name to a given drive in the script or dinamycally read this info from some file, or from the image title, etc.
The only issue there might be is that it would be possible that drive lettering is different in the BartPE then it is in the "normally booted" OS, and from a quick look it seems like the actual hard disk number and partition/volume number of original source is written in the .sna file:http://www.drivesnapshot.de/en/rest1.htm
but there is no way to get this info from command line so maybe some direct parsing of the image file may be necessary. (but maybe it is possible and this info is simply not well highlighted on the site)