|02 Oct 2010||#1|
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Advice please on restoring Win 7 Pro from system image
Having ongoing seemingly uncorrectable problems with my Win 7 PRO 64 bit system. Prinarily...I can not get the current HP printer/scanner drivers to uninstall/unload and/or can not get the current HP drivers/program system install download to correctly install. This is the only issue and can not get any reply from the HP customer support forums ?
Had Windows backup set to also save backup & system image weekly...but apparently it didn't work because of the size of the external usb drive partition.
So...I have a good image from early July but it was created by Seagate's Disk Utilities by Acronis systems.
The image is on a separate hard drive in the box.
I can access...explore...etc the image from my working C: system via Acronis without issue. Question is...how do I restore this Acronis image from the internal F: HDD drive to my current default Win 7 install on the C: drive ?
I've looked though SevenForum tutorials...but still not be sure of the procedural order of steps ?
How do I eliminate the problem C: drive working isntall...and then get the Seagate (Acronis) save image on drive F: (Seagate 640G) to my current C: (Hatachi 750G) drive.
It appears there are only 2 or 3 programs I will have to reinstall that are not on the F: drive image.
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