corrupted tib file

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  1. Pablus Maximus

    Pablus Maximus Registered Member

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    Hi,

    First of all, sorry for my english.

    I have a problem with the recovery given from the image of disk.

    I created image of disk my computer. This image occupied 17 files of the image. Unfortunately last file is damaged and I cannot get to the content of the image. Does somebody know whether is the possibility of getting itself to given remaining files of the picture image of the disk?
     
  2. MudCrab

    MudCrab Imaging Specialist

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    Is this image set from just one backup or is it a Full/Incremental or Full/Differential type set?

    Are you sure it's the last file/split of the image backup set that is damaged? If it is, and it's a single backup image set, then there's no way that I know of to access any of the data in the image set.
     
  3. Pablus Maximus

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    This image set is just one backup. When I`m trying to mount image disc I get the info that the last file is missing. And when I choose last file of image I still get the info that it is not a last file of image.
     
  4. MrMorse

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    - what TrueImage version/built do you use?
    - how large is your target drive?
    - How large is your destination drive?
    - what kind of destination drive you have?
    - what filesystem does your destination drive have (FAT, FAT32, NTFS, ?)
     
  5. Pablus Maximus

    Pablus Maximus Registered Member

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    Well

    - Acronis True Image Echo Enterprise Server
    - I don`t want to record my images to disc, I want to mount or restore image to get some files back. For that I use Acronis True Image Echo Ent Ser which is intstalled on PC (win xp pro).
    - the filesystem in image is fat32
     
  6. MudCrab

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    Can you post a screenshot of the image files in Windows Explorer showing the filenames, dates and times? It may help to see it.

    However, it doesn't really sound good at this point. In every test I've run, if either the first or last split of the image is corrupt, I couldn't recover any of the data from the image.
     
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