New Macrium Reflect Updates [2]


  1. Posts : 1,445
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit 20H2 19042.844
       #361

    Started using Macirum in 2017, Tried Restore for first time ages ago on my older system, failed miseraly, gonna try separating the images from C SSD and D Extra Programs/Storage drive, and see in the future if that restores better
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  2. Posts : 28
    W7 H.Premiium 64 bits
       #362

    Hi, Kari, wich is your second and third software for a VERY newbie?


    Hi, Kari, I appreciate so much your tuturial but I am afraid (many clicks and options to choose)
    as a very newbie/novice :
    so ask you which is your second reliable and easy (few clicks ) software for a VERY newbie?
    And no neccessity downloading about 900 KB from Microsoft has told someone here
    (by the way, a lot of people here) have told

    I will only use one or two image backup (and restore) (in middle of january 2020) if something with W-10 shows problems. My hole HDD is about 300 MB WB Black Series, DDR3 2 x 1600, Lt 10
    to my "Windows 7 Home Premium (64 btits)" for "Windows Home" (I will wait until next build on May,2020 ).
    My whole HDD is about 300 MB WB Black Series,
    I never play and never download video (just dont think fan, no other cause)
    DDR316 GB = 2 x 1600, Lt 10.
    Gigabyte Motherhood Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. H81ND2H
    Intel® Core™ i3-4330 CPU @ 3.50GHz
    AV Avira Pro
    Malwarebytes Premium
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  3. Posts : 27,484
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 21H1
       #363

    Macrium is very simple.

    Download and install. Accept defaults.

    Start program, along top menu click "Other Tasks", click "Edit defaults", down the left click "Auto Verify", in right window put a check mark in box. Click OK.

    Next click on "Backup Tasks" (down the left side) if the menu isn't already expanded.

    Click on "Create an Image of the partition(s) required to backup and restore Windows"

    In the destination area point to where you want to backup. (Usually an external drive, I create a folder on external drive based on machine name))

    Click Next, a new Window opens, click Next, another Window opens, click Finish, give your Backup a name, click OK.

    You are done.

    When backup done you need to create rescue media.

    Along the left, below the "Backup Tasks, click on Other Tasks if it is not all ready expanded.

    Plug a USB key into a USB port.

    Click on "Create Bootable Rescue Media"

    Click on your USB key in the Window that opens. Click "Build" (accept defaults)

    You are done.

    Now you need to test boot from media. Boot from media and you should see you backup on your external.

    Unplug USB key, click "X" to close.

    You won't find anything simpler, even within Windows.


    Ken
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  4. Posts : 28
    W7 H.Premiium 64 bits
       #364

    Thank you so much! Does CDBurner XP is reliable?
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  5. Posts : 26,981
    Windows 10 (Pro and Insider Pro)
       #365

    HumbertoH said:
    Thank you so much! Does CDBurner XP is reliable?
    For burning DVDs? Yes it is. Macrium will make an USB key for you, or prepare ISO, ready to burn
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  6. Posts : 27,484
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 21H1
       #366

    or it will create a bootable CD/DVD
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  7. Posts : 28
    W7 H.Premiium 64 bits
       #367

    AndreTen said:
    For burning DVDs? Yes it is. Macrium will make an USB key for you, or prepare ISO, ready to burn
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    No André, it is for making an Image Backup into an External Hard Disk.
    Any way, thanks.
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  8. Posts : 19,214
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #368

    HumbertoH said:
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    No André, it is for making an Image Backup into an External Hard Disk.
    Any way, thanks.
    What do you wants CDBurner XP for that ? Just point MR to any connected disk with enough free space and it will create .mrimg backup file in it.
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  9. Posts : 26,981
    Windows 10 (Pro and Insider Pro)
       #369

    HumbertoH said:
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    No André, it is for making an Image Backup into an External Hard Disk.
    Any way, thanks.
    Like Mike have said: Macrium will do it. No need for any other software. just connect external hard drive, select it in the process of backup and you are all set.
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  10. Posts : 123,512
    Windows 11 Pro (x64) 21H2 Build 22000.708
       #370

    New Update released today Macrium Reflect v7.2.4594

    Date 23rd December 2019

    Bug fixes and Improvements v7.2.4594 - 23rd December 2019

    Image Mounting
    A small number of customers reported that they could not mount Macrium Reflect images after dismounting a previously mounted image. This has been resolved.
    viBoot
    We've improved the ability for Reflect to detect bootable image files and enable the 'Boot Image' functionality in Reflect.
    Bitlocker system restore
    Automatic system restores for BitLocker encrypted system volumes could perform a 'BitLocker Removal' restore instead of the expected 'BitLocker Live' restore. This has been resolved.
    VBScript & PowerShell
    The 'Run Once a Day' option when generating PowerShell and VBScript source files didn't behave as expected for scheduled tasks using the SYSTEM account. This has been resolved.
    Verify File System
    The 'Verify File System' default image option was not honored if unchecked for scheduled images running using the SYSTEM account. This has been resolved.
    Rescue Media Builder

    The default location for PE files has been moved back to $PROGRAMDATA$\Macrium\Reflect'.
    On Windows 7, when building Windows PE rescue media, RMBuilder will now use the Dism.exe corresponding to the wim, rather than the Dism.exe from the WAIK.
    On Windows XP, the radio button labels for boot menu options would sometimes be truncated. This has been resolved.
    If the "override WinPE compatible drivers" checkbox was unchecked, custom USB drivers would sometimes not be included into the rescue media. This has been resolved.
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