Macrium Reflect [Incrementals Forever]


  1. Posts : 53
    Windows 10 x64 [Build 20180]
       #1

    Macrium Reflect [Incrementals Forever]


    Sup!!!

    just want some clarifications....

    my backup set-up is like this...

    Macrium Reflect [Incrementals Forever]-image.png

    my question is:

    If say I'm in the middle of creating a backup and Macrium is consolidating the incremental backup to form a full syntetic backup then all of a sudden a power interruption happened and rendered the the full backup corrupted, will I still be able to use the remaining incremental backups to restore or does it need the full backup?
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  2. Posts : 1,495
    Win10 Pro
       #2

    Win10Newb said:
    Sup!!!

    just want some clarifications....

    my backup set-up is like this...

    Macrium Reflect [Incrementals Forever]-image.png

    my question is:

    If say I'm in the middle of creating a backup and Macrium is consolidating the incremental backup to form a full syntetic backup then all of a sudden a power interruption happened and rendered the the full backup corrupted, will I still be able to use the remaining incremental backups to restore or does it need the full backup?
    I suppose it would depend on where the process was when the power was interrupted. But just to be safe you could immediately run a new full backup. That way it wouldn’t mater what state the old backup was in.
    This also brings up an important point of having a UPS for your PC to avoid having power issues during critical operations. They’re very reasonably priced.
    Last edited by SoFine409; 22 Oct 2019 at 06:20. Reason: corrected spelling
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  3. Posts : 313
    Windows 10 Home 64bit
       #3

    .........you have blackouts like this on a daily basis? I blame the squirrels.
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  4. Posts : 53
    Windows 10 x64 [Build 20180]
    Thread Starter
       #4

    Corona said:
    .........you have blackouts like this on a daily basis? I blame the squirrels.
    sometimes there's fluctuations.
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