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Windows 7: System Image - Recover a Broken Windows 7 System Image

28 Apr 2016   #50
betaupsilon

Windows 7 Home Prem 32 bit
 
 

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Why don't you do it your way since you seem to know how to go about it.
Currently my way only restores the partitions 1 by 1. I have been asking for help to do them all in a single operation. Can this be done or not? If so HOW?
I am returning to see if there is an answer to my question that has not been addressed. I have created a single .mrimg file that originated from multiple .vhd files. Each .vhd file represents a partition from a WindowsImageBackup. Currently, I can restore each partition one at a time. For example, if I have a reserve, OS, & data partitions I have to perform 3 operations individually. How can I get MACRIUM to automatically perform the 3 operations without my interaction between the restoration of each of the 3 partitions?

I see this can be done if the .mrimg file is created from a physical disk since it recognizes the separate partitions. However, MACRIUM does not recognize .vhd files as partitions that should go onto a single disk. Therefore, I have to instruct MACRIUM between individual partition restorations.


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13 May 2016   #51
lawliet1987

win 7 64bit
 
 

author i have problem with my sony vaio laptop i cant recover my built in O.S i didnt reformat my O.S when i press F10 to recover my O.S the system cant recognize my OEM restore factory state..
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30 Dec 2016   #52
AndersSj

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.
 
 
Broken image.

I have tried the above and the image recover to the new hard drive as it should but the system isn't booting. Anyone got any hints?
/Anders
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