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Windows 7: Back up and restore


10 Jan 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
Back up and restore

I am trying to set up the back up process in Windows 7. This is the first time i have used this process.

I select the 'back up your computer' and 'set up back up options' from the control panel but i do not get the back up wizard as i understand i should. I just get a Windows Explorer view.
I have tried it with either a DVD in the drive ready or a flash drive connected.
Not sure if it's connected but i get the same problem when trying to access 'jump' lists - right clicking a taskbar item and selecting one of the options just takes me to the system 32 file view in Windows Explorer.
Laptop came pre-loaded with Acer Backup Manager and Norton Online Backup ( both of which i have not used ). Would these conflict with Windows 7 back up?

When i first switched on the laptop it prompted me to create a recovery disc(s), which i did, i think via some Acer software - is this connected?

I am using Windows7 Home Premium on a Acer 7741G laptop.

Paul

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23 Apr 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Hi my name is fieris I have the Acer 7741G-6426, What is your Acer Aspire?

I have a problem with my Acer Laptop, I delete the partition pqservice.

Can you help me to recover this partition, if your computer is like mine should have this partition.

how could I talk to you? Paul.
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23 Apr 2011   #3
whs
Microsoft MVP

Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fieris View Post
Hi my name is fieris I have the Acer 7741G-6426, What is your Acer Aspire?

I have a problem with my Acer Laptop, I delete the partition pqservice.

Can you help me to recover this partition, if your computer is like mine should have this partition.

how could I talk to you? Paul.
You have to start your own thread and not highjack this one. Else it will get very messy.
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23 Apr 2011   #4
whs
Microsoft MVP

Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pilgrimpaul View Post
I am trying to set up the back up process in Windows 7. This is the first time i have used this process.

I select the 'back up your computer' and 'set up back up options' from the control panel but i do not get the back up wizard as i understand i should. I just get a Windows Explorer view.
I have tried it with either a DVD in the drive ready or a flash drive connected.
Not sure if it's connected but i get the same problem when trying to access 'jump' lists - right clicking a taskbar item and selecting one of the options just takes me to the system 32 file view in Windows Explorer.
Laptop came pre-loaded with Acer Backup Manager and Norton Online Backup ( both of which i have not used ). Would these conflict with Windows 7 back up?

When i first switched on the laptop it prompted me to create a recovery disc(s), which i did, i think via some Acer software - is this connected?

I am using Windows7 Home Premium on a Acer 7741G laptop.

Paul
What are you trying to backup. Just your own files/folders or the whole system. And for backups you should have an external disk. DVDs are not very useful.
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