Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk

  1. Kbird's Avatar
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       #651

    cereberus said:
    The other major difference is incremental as well as differential backups but tbh I rarely use either.
    I can't say for sure they work but both Incremental and Differential are in the Menu's with Macrium Free , I Usually run a Full weekly, then Diff. in between every 3 days .

    I have a small Raid0 data Array (1.8TB) on this computer so I thought perhaps the Iso didn't have the Raid Drivers (ICH10R) necessary for Macrium to Run/identify the drives , it would start then just seem to be trying to load or identify something and never actually open , and I'd have to force close it , I could try logging it or something for you if you told me how.


    Maybe your new Iso is just popular :) , it has finally finished downloading , so hopefully it isn't corrupt. Is it ok to use Rufus 2.9 to put it on USB ?
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  2. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #652

    Cool Topgundcp..

    Gonna test the usage of the Ghostbuster program...
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  3. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #653

    No need to use Rufus, Just Mount and Copy Files
    Or extract ISO to USB

    But what ever you prefer... I have never used Rufus...
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  4. Kbird's Avatar
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       #654

    Kyhi said:
    No need to use Rufus, Just Mount and Copy Files Or extract ISO to USB
    Oh easier than I thought , just always used Rufus before, thanks.

    Rufus is very easy and pretty fast , been using it for years.
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  5. topgundcp's Avatar
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       #655

    Kbird said:
    Oh easier than I thought , just always used Rufus before, thanks.

    Rufus is very easy and pretty fast , been using it for years.
    Not as fast as this. Take 3 seconds to unzip using any WinPE ISO:
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  6. Kbird's Avatar
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       #656

    topgundcp said:
    Not as fast as this. Take 3 seconds to unzip using any WinPE ISO:


    You'd be right there :) been meaning to try that Macrium Relect 2GB Drive Trick too

    I have used Rufus in the Past as I thought I needed it to make the USB Bootable , perhaps that isn't needed anymore?

    Should the USB Drive be Fat32 or NTFS Formatted? does it matter?
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  7. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #657

    Kyhi, thanks!

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  8. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #658

    If using UEFI - USB/Partition has to be Fat32 Format
    If using Legacy - Format can be either..

    >>
    So all three SHA Tags match
    My PC - creator
    Toolslib - host
    Your PC - user
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  9. Kbird's Avatar
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       #659

    Kyhi said:
    If using UEFI - USB/Partition has to be Fat32 Format
    If using Legacy - Format can be either..

    Thanks Kyhi

    looks like my SHA is good too , so will have to give it a go....
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  10. cereberus's Avatar
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       #660

    Kbird said:
    I can't say for sure they work but both Incremental and Differential are in the Menu's with Macrium Free , I Usually run a Full weekly, then Diff. in between every 3 days .

    I have a small Raid0 data Array (1.8TB) on this computer so I thought perhaps the Iso didn't have the Raid Drivers (ICH10R) necessary for Macrium to Run/identify the drives , it would start then just seem to be trying to load or identify something and never actually open , and I'd have to force close it , I could try logging it or something for you if you told me how.


    Maybe your new Iso is just popular :) , it has finally finished downloading , so hopefully it isn't corrupt. Is it ok to use Rufus 2.9 to put it on USB ?
    MRF may have it in the menu but if you click on it a message pops up saying incremental images are not available on free version.
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