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  1. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 Pro & Home
       07 Jun 2018 #420

    That was easy


    Thank you for the quick reply. And so easy.
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  2. kado897's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home 64bit
       07 Jun 2018 #421

    You're welcome.
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  3.    08 Jul 2018 #422

    Thank you for the Tutorial, installing today.
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  4.    11 Aug 2018 #423

    Excellent guide, thanks.....trying to restore from an image, but it refuses, will accept an older image though.....
    downloaded MR7 on my laptop ( pc won’t boot ) and created a recovery pen.....the image still refuses to load, I assume MR7 will accept images from previous versions.....is there any way of repairing the image that won’t load......
    thanks
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  5. Ztruker's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro X64 1809 17763.134
       02 Dec 2018 #424

    If you try to verify the image in Macrium, does that also fail?
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  6.    4 Weeks Ago #425

    verify restore media


    Hi

    I'm trying to verify my rescue media.

    When I boot into my rescue USB (using Windows>Advanced settings>Restart>Use a Device>UEFI:Removable Device>Restart>Choose Operating System>Restart) I'm sorta expecting it to go straight to the "Macrium's WinPE environment looks slightly different than when Reflect is run from Windows desktop" version:
    https://www.tenforums.com/attachment...lect-image.png


    .

    but it doesn't - it goes to my standard boot menu:
    https://www.tenforums.com/attachment...1_20h25_25.png


    So, when I click on the "Choose an Operating System>Macrium Reflect System Recovery" how do I know whether it is running the version on the usb stick or the standard one on my C: drive (which might be fried in a real-world emergency)?

    thanks

    Macrium Ver 7.2.3954
    Win10 Home 1809 17763.194 32 bit "32bit OS, x64 based processor" tablet computer
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  7.    4 Weeks Ago #426

    Sounds like it's not booting from USB at all. Try changing in BIOS to USB and boot from it.
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  8.    4 Weeks Ago #427

    Thanks. Actually, I wrote that a bit wrong.
    If I use Windows>Advanced settings>Restart>Use a Device>UEFI:Removable Device>Restart>
    then it goes to the 'boot menu/choose operating system' blue screen

    If I subsequently Choose Operating system > Macrium Reflect System Recovery"
    then it does go to the macrium "desktop UI" view, but I don't know where (what disk) it is running from. The 'Load an Image' dialog in macrium can see a (usb) drive called "Boot X:", if that makes a difference

    .

    I'm not sure how to boot to USB from Bios. The Bios settings under Boot are
    Boot option Priorities:
    Boot option#1: Windows Boot Manager
    Boot option#2: UEFI: Built-in EFI Shell

    ..and the only available settings under each one are (1) Windows Boot Manager; (2) Built-in EFI Shell; or (3) disable

    .

    To confuse things, The computer is a tablet with only one usb port, so I have to use a usb hub to connect (1) a USB keyboard (to get to bios), (2) a USB mouse (to move around in macrium - the touchsceen is disabled in bios/macrium); (3) the usb recovery drive and (4) the usb disc with my images on. The keyboard works fine in bios, so I guess the computer is seeing the hub OK.
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  9.    4 Weeks Ago #428

    There's usually an F function key destined to give you a menu in BIOS from which to choose a disk (internal or external) to BOOT from just that one time.
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  10. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       4 Weeks Ago #429

    This indicates it is booted from the stick, and/or Menu Option for Macrium. Arrow points to the "Console" options for a booted Rescue Environment. Note the OP is on rev 6.2, not the latest 7.2. Should make no difference, just pointing that out.

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