Creating a working Acronis TI rescue CD doesn't work

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  1. Walterhr

    Walterhr Registered Member

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    I have the newest version of
    - Acronis True Image Home 10
    - Acronis Disk Director 10

    The Media builder was installed with all the programs included for all users.

    I'm running WIN/XP SP2

    Trying to create an emergency CD (= Acronis Media Builder) either with TI or DD, I get the Error Message:

    E 00040014

    What I've done next?

    I've created the Media Builder in a disk folder, burned this image on a CD but this image is not bootable.

    Please help me creating a working Acronis True Image rescue CD.
     
  2. DwnNdrty

    DwnNdrty Registered Member

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    Two things to try.
    1. When you put the blank cd in the tray, leave the tray open and let the process close it.
    2. Instead of burning the cd directly, create an .iso file instead and afterwards burn that .iso file to cd using your favorite burning software like Nero or Roxio.
     
  3. bodgy

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    One other think to check, if you want to make the rescue CD directly, is that you don't have programs such as InCD running. They reserve access to the CD/DVD writer in such a way that TI's media builder can't access the drives.

    Colin
     
  4. Walterhr

    Walterhr Registered Member

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    That's correct and in the meantime I find it out too.
     
  5. Walterhr

    Walterhr Registered Member

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    In the meantime I burned this .iso-File with the ISO Recorder-Shell and it works perfect :thumb:

    Thanks for your kind help :-*
     
  6. DwnNdrty

    DwnNdrty Registered Member

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    Actually that was the easy part (of using True Image). :D . Are you ready to do a Backup and Restore?
     
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