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Windows 7: acronis trie 20

16 May 2011   #1
neverall

windows 7 pro
 
 
acronis trie 20

i have a tib file with completly c: partiton and system..my sata hard has c: and d: partitions..backup file is saved on d:....i need a tutoral how to restore c: partiton as well as system(i dont know when this option is needed)on c: parttion....now i have my computer as i want,installed with all updates...i want to be able restore it completly from the backup file....how is that done?from single hard drive? i think i done all ok,but when rebbot is required nothing happens,it says: acronis loader start ,then it stops?!


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16 May 2011   #2
richnrockville

Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1
 
 

Acronis is a great image backup program, I use the heck out of it. A very good tutorial on the use of acronis
is the on the user group website called User Group Store

check out the resourses and faq there.

Can it be assumed that you created the bootable media when you created your image?

Also, when creating an image of windows 7 C drive, you must include the 100meg partition so that it can boot properly when you do the restore.

Rich
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16 May 2011   #3
neverall

windows 7 pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richnrockville View Post
Acronis is a great image backup program, I use the heck out of it. A very good tutorial on the use of acronis
is the on the user group website called User Group Store

check out the resourses and faq there.

Can it be assumed that you created the bootable media when you created your image?

Also, when creating an image of windows 7 C drive, you must include the 100meg partition so that it can boot properly when you do the restore.

Rich
i think i didi it,without bootable media.i assume my hard wont go down.....,i found new stable version of acronis true image,now i am testiting it..its ok,last was problematic..question ,what is the order of restoring complete c: partition and system reserved partition? .....for example,i will now add one program to c partiton,and then go to test acronis true image 2011..i want to be sure teh program will not be there installed...so doi have to restore system reserved partition...and when i fill my hard with programs i do not want,is the procedure same ,i restore partiton with 1 st. system reserved ,and then partition c: from backup files stored on partition d:..please answer!thx!
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21 May 2011   #4
richnrockville

Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1
 
 

Neverall, when you made the image of your C drive, I assume that you made sure that the 100meg partition was included. When you do the restore, it will also put the C and the 100meg w7 partition back on your disk.

If you want to extract one file from your backup, there are options in Acronis to open the image as a vhd and then you can select the file to be restored and where to restore it.

Rich
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21 May 2011   #5
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

You can just launch acronis from Windows, and choose restore my disc. Choose the Image you made, and reboot wehen prompted.

For most restores, you do not need the CD unless you can not boot into Windows, or are resorting to a brand new drive outside Windows.

--Make sure you make that disc. When you do need it, its priceless!

Also make sure you are storing your images to another drive, or at very least another partition.


Full drive backup is best IMHO, but if you have it partitioned off, with one of those partitions holding backups,
Just image the C partion that contains Windows.
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22 May 2011   #6
neverall

windows 7 pro
 
 

thy
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