Need help!!!

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by takashi, Oct 31, 2005.

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  1. takashi

    takashi Registered Member

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    Dear All,

    Sorry for my poor english, I trying to present the story by point form below.

    1. Created a image from A PC's C drive by TI8.
    2. Copy this image file to B PC's D dive. (d:\A_PC_C.tib)
    3. Try to mount the image in B PC.
    4. A error messgae alert talking about "you can't access this drive" something like that.
    5. B PC's D drive disappear!
    6. Trying to use couples of recover software to restore the D drive data. but
    seems the FAT table crashed. I just can restore fews of dummy files.

    What can I do now..........
     
  2. bodgy

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    Hi,

    1. What operating system - Win98,SE,Mill, 2K XP?

    2. Was 'B' PC hardrive already formatted and had an OS on it?

    3. How did you try to mount the image, via the boot CD or in Windows and which computer 'A' or 'B'?

    Colin
     
  3. takashi

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    Dear Colin,

    1. both the PC A & B are windows 2000 server, NTFS default 4096 block size.
    2&3. PC B has 2 phyiscal disk, when I click the image file in D drive (the 2nd disk), it crashing the D drive & no drive letter find in disk manager. I am not doing restore, I just double click the tib file only.

    thx~

    Takashi
     
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    Menorcaman Retired Moderator

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    Hello Takashi,

    Probably a dumb question but can you confirm that True Image is also installed on computer B?

    Regards
     
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