Windows 10: Error 0x8078012D and 0x8007045D when trying to create a system image Solved

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  1. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1803
       07 Feb 2018 #31

    and tested the disc, you booted from it? Don't do the restore, just boot.

    Sorry to be a pain but you need to know it works. Macrium itself recommends this.

    Glad you are making solid progress.
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  2.    07 Feb 2018 #32

    LifeMushroom said: View Post
    Thanks everyone! Created backup and a disc.
    Great! Don't forget to do as Ken suggests, and test your boot media. If your OS hard drive should die, then you'll need to use it to boot the system, to get to your image and put it on a new drive.
    Cheers!
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