9.1 says all my images are corrupted but they are mountable

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by Dochands, Sep 18, 2006.

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  1. Dochands

    Dochands Registered Member

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    I had a hard drive crash and when I went to restore my hard drive Acronis 9 says they are corrupted. However, I can mount the incremental and seeand access all my files.

    How do I fix this so I can restore the image?

    Thanks.
     
  2. jmk94903

    jmk94903 Registered Member

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    Where did you mount the image to see the files? On the same computer or a different one?

    Are the images of the boot partition or a data partition?

    Did the images verify in Windows after you made them?

    Is the corrupted error coming only when you boot from the TI Recovery CD?

    Where are the images stored that are reported to be corrupted?
     
  3. jeremyotten

    jeremyotten Registered Member

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    This is a know bug.

    For example the main image is ADM01.tib then Acronis makes the incrementals ADM02 ... ADM03 etc......

    instead of ADM012... ADM013

    You should rename these and then it works...
     
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    jmk94903 Registered Member

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    Does this only happen when the main image name ends in a number? What happens if the main image is named ADM01# instead?
     
  5. jeremyotten

    jeremyotten Registered Member

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    don't know. Tried it I would say! ;-)
     
  6. Dochands

    Dochands Registered Member

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    Not sure I understand. If my inital complete backup is named BACKUP I should rename my numbered incremental.

    Acronis has never even answered my email.
     
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