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Windows 7: Macrium Reflect (Free 5.0.4118): need help on "recover partition"

07 Oct 2012   #31
Golden

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Frank1000 View Post
it did load the iso and did show my disk to select the drive-image, but then did not show any target disks.
Frank, can you show a photo of what you are describing above please?


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07 Oct 2012   #32
Frank1000

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

this screen first time came up with zero listed drives,



... now I have redone the process from scratch with linux option and WOW it worked ! ... probably the reason was the same mistake as you've pointed out (from RAM).

Thank you for looking into it and your patience

Regards,
Frank
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08 Oct 2012   #33
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That looks OK to me - the target drive is listed.
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26 Jan 2013   #34
Frank1000

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Hi,
I receive no target drive to restore an image again. Had the same problem before and it was resolved in this thread. But when I redo all and follow the findings from the solution here, the problem still resists.





After my usb drive created "boot error" when I wanted to restore an image (Win7) that i had created with Macrium, I went ahead and formatted the USB stick with FAT32, ran Macrium / Other Tasks / Create rescue Media : Linux, Create ISO image file, "Rescue_07_Linux.iso".
"Rescue Media Succesfully Created".

Then YUMI.exe / Try an Unlisted ISO (... not the Run from RA< one) / Rescue_07_Linux.iso / create ... all fileas properly appear on the usb stick after that. stick boots again, i can select the iso, macrium recovery loads well, I walk through selecting the iso, and when it comes to the target drive, no drives coming up there again.

Any idea what could have gone wrong ?

Best regards,
Frank
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30 Jan 2013   #35
kado897

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Hi Frank, I find Linux restore disks quite unreliable. You are far better off using The WinPE disk. WHS has kindly uploaded a disk which you can download from here.https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resi...8CA6D4035!1812
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30 Jan 2013   #36
Frank1000

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Hi Kado,
thx for reply. I've downloaded and copied the Rescue.iso to the IOS dir on mu USB stick I'm booting from, but in the selection screen for the .ios the WinPE rescue ios's (I had made one earlier too) are not shown yet, althogh there ... what am i doing wrong ?





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30 Jan 2013   #37
kado897

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1. Remove the ISO from the USB and place it on your desktop..
2. Start the YUMI program in Windows.
3. Navigate to Try an unlisted iso.
4. Browse to the iso on your desktop.

It will load the iso into the USB and set up the necessary index entries.
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30 Jan 2013   #38
Frank1000

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

ah gotit, needs to be added by YUMI.exe. I did, and now it appears (Rescue10_WinPE.iso), but when I select it, I'm immediately passed to the boot from CD/DVD screenyet ...



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30 Jan 2013   #39
kado897

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That's correct. Take no notice of CD and DVD. Just hit any key and the iso will boot.
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