Windows 10: Macrium 6.1.1366 Failure. Do not understand the log. Win 10

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       15 Jul 2016 #11

    Scroll the log down so we can see the error ourself.
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    Thread Starter
       15 Jul 2016 #12

    It created a differential shadow copy. There is no error. What about the picture? Are two opposing messages being seen, but not sent?Click image for larger version. 

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    I ran the quick Error Scan. Every time I've run the other, I forget because it goes on for a long time.
    I will let it run fully, because I don't buy all these green boxes.

    Thank you!
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       16 Jul 2016 #13

    Axe0,

    After running the error log for 12 - 14+ hours, maybe more, this is the result. I stopped it.
    As the title suggests, I don't believe a partially empty 500GB HD takes this long.
    Is there another reason it's not filled in or finished?

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    Running the same test with Macrorit. I want to find the bad sectors and isolate them, if I can, (of course).
    Haven't run chkdsk, as I had HD Tune running all day.
    Maybe in the next few hours.

    Thank you.
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  4. Posts : 12,292
    Windows 10 Pro
       16 Jul 2016 #14

    Do you know how many RPM your hard drive has? 0.9MB/s is incredibly slow and probably the reason why it is so slow.

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  5. Posts : 100
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       16 Jul 2016 #15

    I'm following your instructions now.
    I have other tests from HDT that I ran the same time, so I'll upload those shortly.

    I've been opening files in D to see what's there, and so far, it's mostly stuff from desktop/docs.
    (I get two points from before, ey?)

    Thank you.

    Filled in some and have a test result or two. If it's really important, I will share.
    To back up to the Surface Test - it did say "0" errors and time remaining: "0."
    AAM - High Performance, 254.
    From Page 1 Info:
    Average Speed: 99 MB/s
    Rotation Speed: 7200 RPM
    Buffer size: 16384kb
    Sector size: 512 bytesClick image for larger version. 

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       16 Jul 2016 #16

    Chkdsk


    See enclosed.
    Thank you.

    CHKDSKResults.txt
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  7. Posts : 12,292
    Windows 10 Pro
       16 Jul 2016 #17

    Except for a bit of cleanup there hasn't been much done, either these bad sectors have already been handled or I would need to ask if the partition that was scanned is the right one.
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       17 Jul 2016 #18

    axe0 said: View Post
    Except for a bit of cleanup there hasn't been much done, either these bad sectors have already been handled or I would need to ask if the partition that was scanned is the right one.
    How do I get you the answer?
    +++++

    Are you able to give me an answer for this question yet: How do I know that the original Image used to restore my computer is intact? Looking for the 2016 Outlook image. What has been written over and what's been protected?

    I figured I'll do another recovery and see what happens, unless there's a way to guarantee it's on this computer.

    What I will do today is save to a flash drive (which is okay to erase and to use as a temporary transfer) newly created files to restore after the image. It's mostly, if not all, on Desktop.

    As far as Outlook, I must save Outlook settings and a new dictionary. There might be other tweaks, which I'll check out first, but those take TOO much time to rebuild. Have no idea why they weren't restored.
    Can I save emails from a specific date up to today?
    Do you have suggestions or warnings?

    Thank you.
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  9. Posts : 12,292
    Windows 10 Pro
       17 Jul 2016 #19

    How do I know that the original Image used to restore my computer is intact?
    Simple, verify the image.
    The image is pretty large, you may need to click on it to view it properly.
    Attachment 90609
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       17 Jul 2016 #20

    I'm not sure this applies to the issue on your machine, but Macrium 6.1.1366 seems to have a bug
    on systems with UEFI and Secure Boot

    Kbird said: View Post
    just an FYI I saw on MR Forums they have a Bug in this version , from there :
    Thanks for posting. Sorry you are having problems.

    We have identified a bug with Win 10 PE build 10240. This kernel version of Windows 10 fails to load drivers signed after a certain date if the PC uses UEFI secure boot. The previous rescue media build contained the image mounting driver, 'psmounterex.sys', signed prior to this date had no problems.

    To enable v6.1.1366 to browse images in Windows PE it's necessary to disable secure boot in the PC firmware.

    We will have an update available that resolves this issue shortly. I'll post back with more information when I have this available.

    Kind Regards

    Nick - Macrium Support
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