MEASY seems in loop in analysis

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  1. rechmbrs

    rechmbrs Registered Member

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    I started MEASY over 2 hours ago and it is just sitting. Seems to be in an analysis phase. Task Manager shows a great deal of disk activity. I'm attempting to copy a 60gb to 120gb drive. When will the next step start?
    The output drive had been formatted and partitioned before.

    Appreciate comments on my concerns.

    RONC
     
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    rechmbrs Registered Member

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    The number of disk i/os has exceeded 3,000,000,000 and the Disk Clone Wizard has not opened to let me enter info about the disks. All I see is the Processing please wait and moving hand clock. Is there something I might have missed previous to running. Destination drive is formatted as NTFS and has two partitions but no data.

    Am I paranoid related to this? Should I be. Program like Ghost 9 would be finished copying image by now.

    Thanks,
    RONC
     
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    rechmbrs Registered Member

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    Don't know what problem was but I moved the destination drive from the boot drive cable where is was a slave to the other eide cable as slave. Rebooted and all seems well. Job is about half done.

    RON C
     
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    Hello Ron,

    Thank you for your interest in Acronis System Transferring Software.

    The problem seems to be hardware-related. During the analysis Acronis Migrate Easy needs a lot of information about disks and the transferring rate may be very low for some reason.

    Thank you.
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    rechmbrs Registered Member

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    Job finished fine and I've now taken old drive and stored it away. New drive is sure a pleasure.

    Thanks for your help and good program.

    RON C
     
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