Macrium Reflect - Create a Rescue Partition  

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  1. Posts : 13,586
    Windows10
       #20

    Porthos said:
    Well said, Good explanation. But, Not everyone has more than one physical drive in the computer. It won't help when the one installed drive dies. People still need a boot disk(USB or CD) and of course the backup to recover after they replace the dead drive.
    TTrue but even with just one drive you might get corruption on C drive, so still some benefit. Of course, a usb drive is essential as you say.
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  2. Posts : 3,847
    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
       #21

    @Kari
    Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media
    Thanks For the Report - and virus definition..
    We are aware that we use uncommon custom program.exe's and are familiar with Scan Reports..

    4) You will need to allow a Windows Defender "Exception" for the Win10XPE Folder
    I would suggest the same exception for any A/V software, in order to allow the program exe's to run without being blocked....
    Win10XPE does not modify or access any Host OS Files - other then Command Prompt....
    Win10XPE extracts the required System Files directly from the Install.wim into a Temp Folder..
    There are up to 5 System Files in the Temp Folder that we do modify (Patch) the Binary of the files to allow use in WinPE..
    At No Point Does Win10XPE Modify, Change or Alter ANY Host OS Files...
    Although, we do use uncommon program.exe(s) to make those binary (Patch) Modifications..

    Following the timeline - I know there was No Intentional Malaise or Motive
    Thank You

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  3. Posts : 520
    Windows 10 Pro
       #22

    What about an option in the tutorial to remove the boot menu.
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  4. Posts : 13,586
    Windows10
       #23

    Stigg said:
    What about an option in the tutorial to remove the boot menu.
    It is the same method as adding one i.e. you just select no menu. I agree clarifying in tutorial would be a nice touch.

    You can also remove the menu by running msconfig (which is easier imo).

    I actually leave it there but set Windows menu boot time to only 2 seconds so the dual boot option does not inconvenience but gives enough time to select it when needed.
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  5. Posts : 520
    Windows 10 Pro
       #24

    cereberus said:
    It is the same method as adding one i.e. you just select no menu. I agree clarifying in tutorial would be a nice touch.

    You can also remove the menu by running msconfig (which is easier imo).

    I actually leave it there but set Windows menu boot time to only 2 seconds so the dual boot option does not inconvenience but gives enough time to select it when needed.
    Ah, yeah. Thanks cereberus.
    The image needs to be updated as it doesn't display that on the old image in the original post.

    What about the boot menu created by the batch?
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  6. Posts : 500
    windows 10 (x64) Home 20H2 19042.844
       #25

    I have created the boot menu as per first post. I used msconfig to delete macrium boot entry. That also went well. But I wanted to create again macrium boot menu with same bat file. Though boot menu is made, I had a few errors statement as shown below while running bat file.
    Macrium Reflect - Create a Rescue Partition-rescueerror.png
    How to avoid error entries when remaking macrium boot menu?
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  7. Posts : 17,638
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #26

    lvgandhi said:
    How to avoid error entries when remaking macrium boot menu?
    No errors there.

    First time you run the batch file, it creates a RAM disk entry with the first command in batch file:

    bcdedit /create {ramdiskoptions} /d "Ramdisk"

    From there on, that entry exists. Next time the batch file, or that single command line is run, system only notifies you that because the entry alreadt exists, it does not have to be / cannot be recreated:
    Macrium Reflect - Create a Rescue Partition-image.png

    Long story, short version: that's normal, as it should be. No errors there.

    Kari
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  8. Posts : 500
    windows 10 (x64) Home 20H2 19042.844
       #27

    Kari said:
    No errors there.

    First time you run the batch file, it creates a RAM disk entry with the first command in batch file:

    bcdedit /create {ramdiskoptions} /d "Ramdisk"

    From there on, that entry exists. Next time the batch file, or that single command line is run, system only notifies you that because the entry alreadt exists, it does not have to be / cannot be recreated:
    Macrium Reflect - Create a Rescue Partition-image.png

    Long story, short version: that's normal, as it should be. No errors there.

    Kari
    Thank You.
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  9. Posts : 21,424
    19044.1586 - 21H2 Pro x64
       #28

    Hello, When I boot to my Macrium Reflect partition, my screen resolution option is only 800x600. Is there a way to fix this as the normal windows OS resolution is much higher. Funny thing is on another much older PC, I don't have this issue .
    Thanks
    Last edited by steve108; 21 Sep 2020 at 22:57.
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  10. Posts : 1,484
    Win10 Pro
       #29

    Great tut Kari, thank you.
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