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Windows 7: Acronis 2011

11 Nov 2010   #11

Win 7 64 bit professional

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkFilip View Post
I didn't want to open a new thread so I will just ask here if that's okay.
I had acronis 2010 and i kept getting the BSOD when i inserted my usb stick cause there was a problem with the tdrpm251.sys working under windows 7 x64.
So the question is if it has been resolved in acronis 2011?
I have a image of my complete c dir with windows 7 fresh on it and because of the BSOD i had to remove acronis 2010 and if i cant use acronis i lose my image

Thank you
If you are familiar with working with your registry, go into registry and find every instance of tdrpm251.sys (use F3) and either set available values to 0 and delete any key references to tdrpm251.sys.
This should eliminate the BSOD's. Obviously backup registry before...

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