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09 Jan 2012  
IfItsX

Windows 7 x64/sp1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JimLewandowski View Post
There are 2 attached files. a .bat file and a .txt file.

Download the one of your choice and if .txt, rename it to a .bat extension.

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The 6-digit # on \Backup is HHMMSS.

It didn't like you targeting D for your system image as that's on the same physical disk as the OS (C).
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Jim,

Thanks for interest and potential innovative methods of inquiry or solution. I've been up to me ears in development environment details - all working, but lots of learning curve - that followed a building of a new (for me, anyway) high-powered system and move directly from 11 years of Win2k-skipXP-to-Win7 x64 and !! 16GB of memory! Have we finally arrived yet?

Thanks for the clue about the 6-digit #.

I quite agree with you that targeting a D partition on my OS drive would be foolish. In all of the detail you furnished me, I think you missed that I mentioned early on that "I also have an internal SATA 6Gb 500Gb Backup (E:)." It was this non-ssd "internal" Western Digital HDD that I made the SystemImage backup to.

When I have recovered a bit during the next couple of days I will explore what you offer. It appears to be right out of the annals of the under-the-hood potential that has made the Windows Annoyance series so helpful and successful. I do notice though that a few of the descriptions he offers are no longer available, perhaps changed somehow in sp1.

Thanks again. Back to you in a bit.
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