E001D0195 on Recovery Boot

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    mvincent Registered Member

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    I'm am attempting to use the universal restore feature from USB recovery boot media. I have not added any additional drivers but I am receiving the dreaded E001D0195 (file not found) errors.

    I receive E001D0195 for pciide.sys, halmacpi.dll, hal.dll and acpi.sys.

    Is this just looking for the i386 folder? If I point to the folder it does not seem to work either. Does anyone know where the i386 files should reside even the issue?

    ...This is just for base HAL system drivers so I do should not need driverpaks or new h/w drivers

    Thanks for any help
     
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    mvincent Registered Member

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    Here is a simple question I am hoping someone can respond to as it may be the answer.

    Can Acronis Enterprise Server complete a Universal restore for XP workstations or is it product specific and I have to use Acronis Workstation?


    ...This may be related to the HAL issues noted above. That woudl make sense if they were included in the program itself. Unfortunately there is so little documentation on this it is very frustrating
     
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    mvincent Registered Member

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    I found the answer to my question in the Server guide so I am posting it for future questions of the like. Still not sure why the E001D0195 errors are ocurring though.....

    "Acronis Universal Restore (optional)
    • Windows 2000 Professional SP4/XP Professional SP2
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    • Windows 2000 Server/2000 Advanced Server/2003 Server
    • Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows Server 2003 x64 Editions
    Acronis True Image Server for Windows also enables creating a bootable diskette or CD-R/W that can back-up and restore a disk/partition on a computer running any PC-based operating system including Linux®.
    "
     
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