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Windows 7: How to recover entire SSD Drive C backed up using Acronis

01 Nov 2014   #1
tomitzaurus

Windows Ultimate x64
 
 
How to recover entire SSD Drive C backed up using Acronis

I have my SSD drive C: backed up on a 3TB second drive.
I tried to fresh install Win 7 64b but my SSD drive is stuck. I used diskpart (all the commands) to wipe it off so I can install Win 7. I think it's protected by Acronis software, because windows installations fails over and over.
My second option was to plug both drives SSD C: and the 3TB HDD where my recovery folder is.
The problem !!! is that I can't get to that recovery folder on the second drive to restore the SSD C:.
I do have Acronis Recovery DVD but that is doing nothing.
My question is how to get to that Acronis folder and restore drive C, or how to wipe drive C so Windows 7 will install without telling me that it cannot create a new partition for installation.
Thank YOU!
Any Ideas?????


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01 Nov 2014   #2
tomitzaurus

Windows Ultimate x64
 
 

I plugged the win dvd and the acronis at the same time. Looks like it's spinning.
I ll let you know if i will get this fixed.
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