Cloning with True Image 9.0...

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by aorian, Nov 5, 2006.

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  1. aorian

    aorian Registered Member

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    I recently cloned a failing drive with TI 9.0 (True Image 9.0), but after I finished and put the clone in service, I noticed my 2nd drive which was disconnected during the cloning process, but then returned to it normal place and reconnected after the failing drive was removed, has lost it's ID.:mad: The drive is there, but has no letter designation - 'C:' is what it used to be, as my primary is 'F:' drive, so now I can see my F: drive but my secondary drive doesn't even show up.:'( What would cause my 2nd drive to loose it's identity, even unplugged and disconnected, and how can I get it back!? o_O Any help would be appreciated!
     
  2. amnonfeiner

    amnonfeiner Registered Member

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    Is it recognized by Windows? did you try rescan disks from XP disk administrator?
     
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    When I first put it in, it seem to recognize the C: drive, but some where down the line, very soon after I put the newly cloned drive into operation, it lost it. I haven't had XP scan it yet. I'll give that a try and see if that help. As I said, my Device Manage sees the drive, but just calls it 'disk drive'. Very strange.

    Thanks!
     
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