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Windows 7: Backing up hdd in separate machine via acronis nukes system restore?


21 Apr 2013   #1

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Backing up hdd in separate machine via acronis nukes system restore?

Sooo..
Many of my clients have been bitten by the MBAM snafu last week, so I have a boatload of unbootable pcs here.. . Anyways,

Booted Windows 7 64 machine with Windows 7 recovery boot disk, showed a restore point available.. Thinking to be on the safe side, I better back up the hdd before running system restore.. Pulled drive, slaved it into another pc *xp* and imaged it with Acronis backup and recovery 10. Didnt boot the drive, didnt change anything on the drive.. Just imaged it.. Now when I put the drive back in the pc and boot it off the win 7 boot disk, there are no restore points to be found.... WTF? I`m guessing I`m not the first one to run into this?


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22 Apr 2013   #2

win7 64
 
 

Confirmed this activity on a second machine... Bueller??? Bueller?
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