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Windows 7: Macrium Reflect PE repeats back to menu-stuck


08 Oct 2012   #1

Windows system 7 64 bit & Windows 8.1
 
 
Macrium Reflect PE repeats back to menu-stuck

Hi...
I am using Win 7 Home Premium...HP Pavilion 64 bit.

I made an WD-Acronis boot CD to make clones/images at boot/DOS on the USB connected - a WD/Western Digital hdrive.

It keeps repeating...going in a loop back to the Menu when I click on Full install/load of the WD Acronis CD.

I am using Win 7 Home Premium/64 bit/HP Pavilion. When I boot with the CD it does not complete loading the boot CD...continues to loop back to menu.

I am using a desktop internal hdrive/Seagate of the same 750 GB SATA hdrive/Western Electric 750 GB SATA, as the internal connected hdrive, USB connected.

I then installed my old Acronis 2007 that I used with my old XP. The same loop takes place, as same as above without a problem, making many backup clones. It does exactly the same thing. This never occurred with my old XP.

I assume that there must be some computer/hdrive setting that is not allowing me to complete loading the WD Acronis CD.

With much appreciation for all the help with this problem that I don't have no understanding of.
Thanks...strum101

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