IT2009: Rescanning usb and cardreader after restore?

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by Forellenblau, Oct 12, 2008.

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  1. Forellenblau

    Forellenblau Registered Member

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    I just made a test backup and restore with the new TI 2009. Unfortunately my WinXP Pro was not working properly after restore: All my usb stuff incl. my cardreader was scanned again and all the drives got other drive letters :-(

    OK, i'll not use the new version until this problem is solved.

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  2. country2

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    there is a work around by deleting some stuff in the registry a few posts down or maybe a page or two by now but its as follows:

    Find the following branches:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E967-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} -> UpperFilters (PartMgr tdrpman140 snapman380)
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{71A27CDD-812A-11D0-BEC7-08002BE2092F} -> UpperFilters (VolSnap tdrpman140 snapman380 timounter)
    Please delete tdrpman140 values from the registry
     
  3. Forellenblau

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    Thanks.
    What about the rescue disc? I did the restore with it.

    When i change the reg-keys in Windows, will it change also something in the resuce disk?

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  4. como

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    If you search for Card reader you will find that it is the installation of TI 2009 that causes the problem, as the rescue disk is Linux based I don't believe that any reg keys are written to the disk
     
  5. Forellenblau

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    Thanks!

    I did backup and restore from the rescue disk. In this case the problem still exists and cannot be solved because the rescue disk is linux-based and - like you wrote - no reg-keys are written in the bootdisk.
    So i cannot use this program :mad:

    Forellenblau
     
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    If you backup AFTER altering the reg keys you can then restore that image with the alterations intact
     
  7. Forellenblau

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    Oh, thanks, now i understand :)
     
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    After I installed home 2009 on vista 64, my usb card reader didn't show up in explorer. I have vmware with a virtual windows xp installed so I tried that and I can read write to my usb card reader in a virtual windows xp with vista 64 as a host with home 2009 installed in Vista 64. So if you want a $200 work around then this is it.
     
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