Archive mount issue

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  1. xxx59712

    xxx59712 Registered Member

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    Good day,

    I am using the 64 bits Free version of the Backup and Recovery and can not mount an archive.

    Does somebody know if this had to due with the archive content or type?

    Thanks for your help.
     

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  2. Mech_An

    Mech_An Registered Member

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    Mount archive option is available only for 32-bit Windows versions.
     
  3. pegas

    pegas Registered Member

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    I have 32-bit win version 10.2 free but the mount options are also disabled/grey o_O
     
  4. SIW2

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    Hi pegas,

    Try running the UIM_X86.EXE , it is in the UIM folder in your installed Paragon app.

    If that doesn't do it, there may another app. using virtual drives on your machine that is interefering.

    Hope it helps.
     
  5. pegas

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    Thx SIW2 but running the file in B&R 10.2 Free 32-bit doesn't do anything. I am not aware of an application using virtual drives on my VAIO. Anyhow can I somehow check it?
    I rather tend to think that this feature is not available in the free version.

    EDIT: I believe I have an explanation for non-working mounting on my side. I went through the help and found out:
    1) The current version of the program allows the user to mount archives of separate partitions only.
    2) There is no possibility to mount archives located on physical (unmounted) partitions or in the bootable capsule.
    3) Archives will only be mounted for the current session and won’t be available after the system restart.
    4) It is strongly recommended not to un-mount backup images with Windows Disk Manager or other third side software.

    I am backing up the whole disk, i.e. MBR, Recovery Hidden Partition and Prime Partition (C: ) altogether, so as per item 1) above I can't mount archives.
    Am I correct with my assumption?
     
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  6. SIW2

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    Looks like it from the explanation given above.
     
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