Windows 10: How to restore from a veeam bare metal image

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  1.    29 Sep 2017 #1

    How to restore from a veeam bare metal image


    Hi guys,

    My pc crashed.

    I've repaired win 10 but lost all programs are gone.

    I have a veeam bare metal image from 2 days ago, stored on a folder in another partition but have no idea how to restore system using this image.

    Could someone give a hand here?

    Cheers
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  2.    29 Sep 2017 #2

    You probably have to reinstall Veem.
      My ComputersSystem Spec

  3.    29 Sep 2017 #3

    I've tried to restore using veeam iso image created 2 days ago without sucess...process doesn't run because veeam doesnt reconize iso as source for recovery.

    Tried to creat a bootble pen from the iso image and it runs ok and enters the recover environment but again, can't recover from a iso image. Needs some help here to restore system. Thanks
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  4.    29 Sep 2017 #4

    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/veeam-...backup-windows
    Step 2
    - you need to create the Veeam recovery medium. That implies you have the program installed as @CountMike said.

    Once you've done that, boot your PC from Veeam's boot disk, and use that program to access the image file(s) you previously created.

    I hope they are for the full set of partitions Windows needs (4 for an EFI installation).

    I searched for
    veeam endpoint use recovery media to restore windows
    for you.
    Veeam Recovery Media: User Guide for Veeam Endpoint Backup
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  5.    29 Sep 2017 #5

    dalchina said: View Post
    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/veeam-...backup-windows
    Step 2
    - you need to create the Veeam recovery medium. That implies you have the program installed as @CountMike said.

    Once you've done that, boot your PC from Veeam's boot disk, and use that program to access the image file(s) you previously created.

    I hope they are for the full set of partitions Windows needs (4 for an EFI installation).

    I searched for
    veeam endpoint use recovery media to restore windows
    for you.
    Veeam Recovery Media: User Guide for Veeam Endpoint Backup
    I do not like veeam because it does not recover all partitions in same order as original and did not even bother with MSR partition. To me, recovery should be an exact faithful recovery if selecting all partitions.
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  6.    29 Sep 2017 #6

    Fair comment, but the OP has to use it at this point.

    We can of course make our standard recommendation for the future: Macrium Reflect (free) - although some find its GUI daunting (understandably IMHO)
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  7.    29 Sep 2017 #7

    dalchina said: View Post
    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/veeam-...backup-windows
    Step 2
    - you need to create the Veeam recovery medium. That implies you have the program installed as @CountMike said.

    Once you've done that, boot your PC from Veeam's boot disk, and use that program to access the image file(s) you previously created.

    I hope they are for the full set of partitions Windows needs (4 for an EFI installation).

    I searched for
    veeam endpoint use recovery media to restore windows
    for you.
    Veeam Recovery Media: User Guide for Veeam Endpoint Backup
    Thaks dalchina,

    Unfortunately I've been unable to register as i don't have a corporate email and can't finish register process.

    "The program requires you to create an account on the site before you are allowed to download the free backup tool. Those with corporate email address get the full access."
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  8.    29 Sep 2017 #8

    cereberus said: View Post
    I do not like veeam because it does not recover all partitions in same order as original and did not even bother with MSR partition. To me, recovery should be an exact faithful recovery if selecting all partitions.
    My veeam is a system backup of drive c were windows and software is installed. No data here. Data that lives in other drives has a different backup routine/software, for that i use goodsync to backup to qnap nas and from qnap to extern hdd i use rtrr.

    Any other software that works best for system backup and restore than veeam?
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  9.    29 Sep 2017 #9

    dalchina said: View Post
    Fair comment, but the OP has to use it at this point.

    We can of course make our standard recommendation for the future: Macrium Reflect (free) - although some find its GUI daunting (understandably IMHO)
    I'll take a look at it How to restore from a veeam bare metal image
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  10.    29 Sep 2017 #10

    Didn't you say it's an ISO file ? Can't you just mount that ISO in windows ?
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