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Windows 7: single drive, 3 paritions, one OS per parition, image backup/restore

08 May 2012   #11
kado897

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No Problem M18XR2 and by the way welcome to Seven Forums. You will get a lot of helpful advice here. Too much sometimes.


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19 Jul 2012   #12
M18XR2

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kado897 View Post
No Problem M18XR2 and by the way welcome to Seven Forums. You will get a lot of helpful advice here. Too much sometimes.
thanks for all the help from before, but now i am facing new problem :'(
ive learned many things such as active partition, system partition (which is active) etc and now i recently tried to restore an old image and when done and try to boot into it i get BSOD.

after looking into it i realized its because i changed my array from AHCI to RAID, which imo it shouldnt matter much, its still the same file, same partition and same system files too.

backing up image from AHCI and used it on RAID cause BSOD in bootup during windows and vice versa. any idea? is it a known issue for reflect macrium? maybe i shouldnt have posted in here and should post in macrium forum instead, sorry if i break any forum rules.
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19 Jul 2012   #13
kado897

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Hi M18XR2.

RAID is not something I have any experience with. I think you may get a response from more people if you start a new thread for this.
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