Image For Windows

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by Stigg, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    yes , it does
    this afternoon i will try to do this job
    i can use macrium maybe it's more easy

    yes i guess i don't understand ,it's all in english , google translator doesn't help
    if you have time can you make 2 pratical example like windows 10 updated (3 partition ) with Scale to Fit & Scale to Target , i will appreciate it
    i guess at least i could understand
    thanks Brian
     
  2. Brian K

    Brian K Imaging Specialist

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    Already done. See post #1047
     
  3. Brian K

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    mantra,

    All OK with the procedure?
     
  4. mantra

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    Hi
    no luck , we tried to restore the drive image to 1 partition without luck
    i will retry today , i will create image of the partitions and no of the entire drive
    thanks Brian
     
  5. Brian K

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    See post #1037
     
  6. Brian K

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    In post #1003 I said you couldn't unlock the BitLocker OS and use IFL. This is wrong and I did use dislocker in Linux to unlock the OS last year. The experience must have been so unpleasant that my brain compartmentalized the information. I made notes so for what it's worth, here they are (unedited)...

    sudo apt-get install gcc cmake make libfuse-dev libpolarssl-dev ruby-dev

    cd dislocker cmake

    make sudo make install

    DOESN'T WORK


    THIS install WORKS

    You can install polarssl and dislocker on Ubuntu 16.04 by following TuxDiary - dislocker: decrypt BitLocker encrypted volumes.

    Open the terminal and type:

    sudo apt-get install libmbedcrypto0 libmbedtls-dev libfuse-dev

    If git is not installed on your system you can install git by running the following command. Open the terminal and type:

    sudo apt install git

    Then you can install dislocker from source using git. Open the terminal and type the below commands.

    git clone https://github.com/Aorimn/dislocker.git
    cd dislocker
    cmake .
    make
    sudo make install

    Now you can start using dislocker. It works fine.




    Mounting a Volume for Standard Use

    Much like mounting an E01 image under SIFT the mounting process for the bitlockered volume is a two stage process. Therefore you will require two directories to exist in the /mnt folder. I have used /mnt/bitlocker and /mnt/usb.

    In order to use the volume for normal everyday use I use the fuse driver along with the normal user password:

    sudo dislocker-fuse -V /dev/sdb1 -uPassword -- /mnt/bitlocker


    This creates a new block device at /mnt/bitlocker/dislocker-file, to which access is handled on the fly by the fuse drivers.
    If the user password is unknown it is possible to use the recovery password with the -p option or a BEK file with the -f option.
    Once this has been done you can then mount the new block device with the standard mount command:

    sudo mount /mnt/bitlocker/dislocker-file /mnt/usb -o loop

    Once mounted the volume can be accessed via the /mnt/usb directory and can be read from and written to normally.




    Another web site...

    root@kali:~# dislocker -v -V /dev/sdb1 -p275374-090651-082764-392205-130460-581966-062942-402083 -- /mnt/tmp
    root@kali:~# ls /mnt/tmp/dislocker-file
    root@kali:~# mount -o loop,ro /mnt/tmp/dislocker-file /mnt/dis
    root@kali:~# ls /mnt/dis/my super secret file.txt.txt $RECYCLE.BIN System Volume Information
    root@kali:~# cat /mnt/dis/my\ super\ secret\ file.txt.txt
    You got it!

    abc sudo dislocker -v -V /dev/sdc1 -u11111111 -- /mnt/tmp


    If the user password is unknown it is possible to use the recovery password with the -p option or a BEK file with the -f option.

    Once this has been done you can then mount the new block device with the standard mount command:

    sudo mount /mnt/bitlocker/dislocker-file /mnt/usb -o loop

    Once mounted the volume can be accessed via the /mnt/usb directory and can be read from and written to normally.
     
  7. Brian K

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    mantra,

    Any news on your progress for us?
     
  8. mantra

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    Hi Brian
    no , seeing i have not seen my friend
    i had no time to try it again
    thanks i will keep posted
     
  9. mantra

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    Brian 3.12 is out
    may i ask you some questions?
    1)Added /trim (TRIM) option to restore and copy operations. --> (what does it means?? ) perform a trim before the restore ?

    2) just for curiosity , to restore a drive image to smaller drive , what settings should be used?
    thanks

    full changelog image for windows 3.12
    all the changelog are
    • Fixed regression introduced in 3.08 that could cause a deadlock at the end of a IFW GUI operation.
    • Added /trim (TRIM) option to restore and copy operations.
    • Expanded the Update Boot Partition (/ubp) option to include all NTFS partitions as well as active partition on the target drive.
    • TBWinPE Builder: Fixes and enhancements.
    • TBINotify: Added button to settings to turn off fast startup.
    • Other changes, updates and enhancements.

    full changelog for image for linux 3.12

    • [*]Added --trim (TRIM) option to restore and copy operations.
      [*]Expanded the Update Boot Partition (--ubp) option to include all NTFS partitions as well as active partition on the target drive.
      [*]Updated Linux Boot Disk (LBD268EN)(4.13.9).
      [*]Other changes, updates and enhancements.
     
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  10. TheRollbackFrog

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    Mantra, I can't speak with authority on question #1, but I believe it does as you surmise... TRIM all SSD blocks about to be restored (Macrium REFLECT does this). The operation insures that the SSD doesn't wind up carrying around all that leftover DATA that was not TRIMmed by the OS prior to the restore operation.

    It's a very good feature...
     
  11. Brian K

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    The last few versions of TBOSDT Pro (included with IFW) have improved the ability to boot other OS partitions on GPT disks. For example, say you have IFL, TBWinPE/RE, WinPE or Linux partitions on a GPT disk. From your Win10 OS you can choose which of these partitions will boot on the next restart. You can also setup IFL, TBWinPE/RE to do auto backups/restores on the next restart. So a Win10 restore can be accomplished by single clicking (without a UAC prompt) a tile in the Start Menu.
     
  12. n8chavez

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    Does anyone have any idea what this means. This is a new error I got this morning when I was trying to create a system disk image.

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  13. oliverjia

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    update to v3.13 and try again
     
  14. n8chavez

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    I did that but I'm still getting the same error screen. IFW seems to not like my new Kubuntu partition. Any ideas why, or how to fix it?
     
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  15. mantra

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    hi
    are you running with the last update of windows 10 ?
    do you skin under w10?
    can you post a screenshot with you settings ?
    i had a similar issue but i fixed in the settings
     
  16. Brian K

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    Nate, is that the 59.67 GB partition? It shows as RAW in Disk Management so something is drastically wrong with the partition.
     
  17. n8chavez

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    Oh, from the other Unix board thread? If that's the case then I have no idea what "attempt" that was from (I've been trying several differt versions of the dual-boot.) Both Win10 and Kubuntu boot now, although I'm not using the EFI method.
     
  18. n8chavez

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    It's fixed now, and working properly. I wish I could tell you what it was that solved the issue for me. I do know it was not IFW settings or Windows settings, since those remained constant. The only thing I can think of it that there was some disk configuration it did not like; the Linux partition being before a Windows partition perhaps.
     
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