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    Macrium rescue media


    Howís everybody? I solved this in the past and canít recall exactly how I did it. The macrium rescue media tool canít detect the correct drivers for a usb 3.0 device. And this is win 7 era hardware. It says that winRE has built in support. Not. I had to install the drivers for the OS and they function fine in win10.

    What Iíve tried so far is check the box to have macrium copy host driver. It only gets the controller driver. But not the root hub driver. So then I tried manually copying the root hub driver to the macrium boot driver folder. Not working, if this is how I did it b4, Iím forgetting something.

    Right now Iím having windows create a recovery drive and figure I can copy something from that to the macrium rescue media.

    Now I can live without getting this working but it would be nice, because the backup drive is plugged to usb3 thatís how I like to have it.

    Any questions, let me know, thanks.
    Last edited by Jimbo93; 21 Mar 2021 at 20:09.
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  2. Posts : 17,620
    Win 10 Home 10.0.19044.1706 (x64) [21H2]
       #2

    Jimbo93 said:
    Howís everybody? I solved this in the past and canít recall exactly how I did it. The macrium rescue media tool canít detect the correct drivers for a usb 3.0 device. And this is win 7 era hardware. It says that winRE has built in support. Not. I had to install the drivers for the OS and they function fine in win10.

    What Iíve tried so far is check the box to have macrium copy host driver. It only gets the controller driver. But not the root hub driver. So then I tried manually copying the root hub driver to the macrium boot driver folder. Not working, if this is how I did it b4, Iím forgetting something.

    Right now Iím having windows create a recovery drive and figure I can copy something from that to the macrium rescue media.

    Now I can live without getting this working but it would be nice, because the backup drive is plugged to usb3 thatís how I like to have it.

    Any questions, let me know, thanks.


    Use WinPE to create the rescue media.
    See Part Two, here...

    Backup and Restore with Macrium Reflect



    Macrium rescue media-image1.png
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  3. Posts : 24
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    Thread Starter
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    Just tried that but surprisingly it didnít work. When the environment boots you can see it loading drivers flxhcic, flxhcih, but something is missing or mismatch. Btw same behavior with RE. The usb3 port device isnít seen. Gonna try again with PE and say copy host driver. But I actually think it was necessary to manually move something to the boot folder. Why did I erase my working flash drive? arggg. Iím a glutton for pain. Lol.
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  4. Posts : 2,513
    trying to install win10
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    I had to install the drivers for the OS and they function fine in win10.
    You must therefore know what the drivers are. Why not use dism to integrate them into macrium boot.wim
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  5. Posts : 24
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    Thread Starter
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    Update making progress


    Would do but need to learn that trick..

    I edited the SearchPaths.txt file pointing it to a location with the root hub driver and that works. Need to move them to the flash drive though, make sure it works with no c drive.
    Last edited by Jimbo93; 21 Mar 2021 at 21:58. Reason: Update
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  6. Posts : 24,545
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    Jimbo93 said:
    Would do but need to learn that trick.
    This tutorial tells you how to do that to the install.wim of a windows setup usb, it should be the same process for the macrium boot.wim

    DISM - Add or Remove Drivers on an Offline Image
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  7. Posts : 2,513
    trying to install win10
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    easiest to use dism++

    mount the image ( probabaly only one image in macrium boot.wim )

    click open session

    click drivers in the left pane

    click ADD

    browse to drivers folder

    Save the image

    unmount the image.

    Should take less than 2 minutes to do the above.

    Note: if you choose to save as incremental image, you will need to add the bootable tag to the incremental.
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  8. Posts : 24
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    Thread Starter
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    Ok. Iíll try mounting the offline image just to learn this, but when I did the search path.txt thing and then ran Macrium build wim tool it already put the drivers in there apparently.
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  9. Posts : 2,513
    trying to install win10
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    Click File>Mount Image

    Macrium rescue media-2021-03-22_031723.jpg

    When finished, File >Save Image ( then when prompted selecting overwrite existing image is easiest for this purpose), then File>Unmount Image

    Dism++10.1.1000.100.zip
    Some more screenshots here so you get the idea.

    Update your Win 7 installation media - Page 87 - Windows 7 Help Forums


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  10. Posts : 2,513
    trying to install win10
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    If you look at the macrium boot.wim there is a separate folder containing the drivers.
    With dism++ you are integrating them into the image so there is no need for that separate folder .

    Macrium rescue media-macrim-bootwim.jpg
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