These options are effective for Windows and Linux operating systems and bootable media.
These options enable you to specify how to handle errors that might occur during recovery.
Do not show messages and dialogs while processing (silent mode)
The preset is: Disabled.
With the silent mode enabled, the program will automatically handle situations requiring user interaction where possible. If an operation cannot continue without user interaction, it will fail. Details of the operation, including errors, if any, can be found in the operation log.
Re-attempt, if an error occurs
The preset is: Enabled. Number of attempts: 5. Interval between attempts: 30 seconds.
When a recoverable error occurs, the program re-attempts to perform the unsuccessful operation. You can set the time interval and the number of attempts. The attempts will be stopped as soon as the operation succeeds OR the specified number of attempts is performed, depending on which comes first.
For example, if the network location becomes unavailable or not reachable, the program will attempt to reach the location every 30 seconds, but no more than 5 times. The attempts will be stopped as soon as the connection is resumed OR the specified number of attempts is performed, depending on which comes first.