Windows 10: Macrium Reflect boot menu option
I had to use it today because a Repair install went full south, and I needed to reimage to yesterday(read about it here: Cumulative Update KB3189866 Windows 10 build 14393.187 - Page 27 - Windows 10 Forums )
Any how for the others that create their own partition, can you start the restore process inside of Windows using MR, which will then ask you if you want to restart and automatically boot into the RE?
Cliff, You are correct. With drive letter assigned, it's easier to update, just copy/extract boot.wim to it but shows up in File Explorer.
Cliff S said:
Mike, It does not matter how you created the partition. The instruction is for general users that don't have Partition Manager installed.
I too was long time acronis user and recently made the switch hands down there's no comparison Macrium is so much more reliable dependable user-friendly faster and creates the ultimate Windows PE free Acronis you have to pay to create bootable Windows PE so to the guy complaining about macrium being too expensive makes no sense. Wish I knew about this a long time ago
You DID have to pay to get the WinPE option with the older (i.e.5.x) version of MR. They only made it free with the current version. So the other person is remembering the older versions.
Macrium Reflect v7.0.2161
28 April 2017
Changelog version 7:
I have the latest free version of Macrium Reflect.
I think that I can only get support from the Macrium site with the full paid version.
Since the big Windows 10 update last week, I seem to be getting errors in the backup logs.
Though this belongs to Win 7 32 bit but I think people here may have answer to my problem. I created a Macrium USB pen drive (fat 16 formatted) but PC is not booting this pen drive and error comes up - operating system missing). PC first boot device...
Whenever I try to restore a Macrium Reflect image, it says:
Macrium Reflect has encountered a serious problem: Dump file 'C:\reflectv6.1-871-x64-0.dmp was created. Please email this file to email@example.com
What free image programs WORK in...
I made a Macrium Reflect 6 free version boot USB drive and thought I would put it in to make sure it worked.
I get two Kinston USB drive boot options, which one should I use to boot up with?