i just ran the Windows 7 systems image bu first time. completed and created recovery disk. message said completed. when i look at my external hard drive, the created file contains 0 bytes; this doesn't seem right to me based on previous imaging software I have used. what should i do?
Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Sony Vaio VPCEB47GM Laptop OS Win 7 Pro 64-bit CPU Intel i5 2.4 Ghz Memory 8GB DDR3 Graphics Card Intel HD 3000 Sound Card IDT High Definition Monitor(s) Displays 15.6 WGXA Anti-Glare LED Screen Resolution 1280x800
Hard Drives 640Gb 7200rpm Antivirus MSE Browser Opera (primary) with IE9 backup
I deleted the Systems Image file and reran the backup systems image. I looked at the usage on the hard drive before and after i ran the backup. It went up by 60 gb; however, when I click 'properties' on the backup file, it says 0 gbs. Am i to assume that it worked correctly?
It went up by 60 gb; however, when I click 'properties' on the backup file, it says 0 gbs. Am i to assume that it worked correctly?
Windows images - "WindowsImageBackup"
and Windows file/folder backups will show zero bytes under properties. They are protected folders and this is just the way MS do it!!
You can browse your file/folder backup using the Backup & Restore window and attach your images under Disk Management to browse your images. System Image - Extract Files Using Disk Management