|02 Jun 2010||#1|
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Disk Image Restore Problem
I generated a system repair disk for my Windows 7 64 bit notebook. I also generated a system image on an external USB drive.
I have a virgin HDD that I wish to install the system image on. I go through the startup using the repair disk and with the USB drive connected. The system image is found but it is identified as being on C: drive of a computer with my computer's name.
The image installation fails with a message "The system image restore failed. No disk that can be used for recovering the system disk can be found."
The error instruction suggested I disconnect the USB drive, reboot and re-attach the USB drive. I did so with similar results.
Anyone with suggestions? Thanks
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