Paragon Backup & Recovery™ 2010 Free Advanced - Problems Ejecting Mounted Image

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  1. Aeolis

    Aeolis Registered Member

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    Hello folks,

    I am using Paragon Backup & Recovery™, version 2010, build 10444 (14.07.10 ) Free Advanced under Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bits and I have been experiencing problems to unmount my mounted images. Attached to this post are the screenshots of the messages I received when trying to unmount the image.

    I hope you can help me here. Thank you for your attention.

    See you later,

    Aeolis
     

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  2. Dundertaker

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  3. Aeolis

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    Hello folks,

    Thank you Dundertaker. I think I have to go back to Macrium Free. But Macrium Linux boot CD doesn't see my External USB Drive. And BartPE doesn't work with Windows 7. Do you have any suggestion?

    See you later,

    Aeolis
     
  4. Mech_An

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    Aeolis,

    Do you use mounted image to browse backup & restore single files?

    If yes, you can use one of alternative ways:

    (1) Using ‘Restore File From Archive’ option

    1. Go to Archives tab.
    2. Right-click the required archive and select ‘Restore File from Archive’
    Please note: If Archive is not listed in Archive Database, you can add it by clicking ‘Add Archive to Database’ button
    3. It will open File Transfer Wizard
    4. Select the required file/folder and click the green arrow button to copy it to clipboard
    5. Click Next.
    6. Select where to save file: Local/Network Drive or CD/DVD, click Next
    7. Specify the location (or select CD/DVD Burning device), click Next
    8. Set option ‘Overwrite existing files’ if needed, click Next
    9. Verify transfer summary information, click Next.
    10. Click Finish to complete the Wizard.
    11. Wait until operation will be completed.
    12. Click Close.

    (2) Using File Transfer Wizard (this tool is also available on Recovery CD)

    1. In the Main Menu select Tools -> File Transfer Wizard
    2. In the Wizard click Next
    3. Navigate to the archive folder
    4. Double-click *.PBF file. It will open archived data in tree-view
    5. Select the required file/folder and click the green arrow button to copy it to clipboard
    6. Click Next.
    7. Select where to save file: Local/Network Drive or CD/DVD, click Next
    8. Specify the location (or select CD/DVD Burning device), click Next
    9. Set option ‘Overwrite existing files’ if needed, click Next
    10. Verify transfer summary information, click Next.
    11. Click Finish to complete the Wizard.
    12. Wait until operation will be completed
    13. Click Close?

    (3) Using built-in Volume Explorer

    1. In Disk view select Volume Explorer tab
    Please note: If Volume Explorer is absent in ‘Disk View’, it is also available from ‘Archives’ tab and works the same way
    2. Navigate to the archive folder
    3. Double-click *.PBF file. It will open archived data in tree-view
    4. Right-click the required file from the list and select ‘Export’
    5. It will open Wizard where you should select the destination and click ‘OK’
    6. Wait until operation will be completed


    I prefer the first way (1) .

    Also, mounted images could stay until reboot. I don't thinks its very annoying :)
     
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    @Aeolis;

    Oh you had that experience also with Macrium...(that was the reason I looked for more alternatives)...Don't know if this can help:

    http://www.raymond.cc/blog/archives/2009/11/23/10-commercial-disk-imaging-software-features-and-backuprestore-speed-comparison/

    http://www.raymond.cc/blog/archives/2010/05/10/create-windows-7-system-image-for-full-backup-and-restoration/


    Yeah. Agree on step#1(much more effective than #3 but #3 is also good). I use that in one of my pc with Paragon installed. Buttomline is it's not really of an issue with regards to its main duty to backup your system effectively especially in Windows 7(really haven't tried Macrium on Windows 7 yet but ATI Home 11 and the freeware version DiscWizard/ATI for WD failed on me on Windows 7. Only Paragon did it for me).

    @Mech_An;

    Thanks for your support in this forum. Your dedication to help here is superb. I hope more Paragon support will be like you. (You a mechanical engineer.....I'm into mold toolings mostly mechnical stuff:)

    Cheers!:)
     
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  6. Aeolis

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    Hello folks,

    Thank you Mech_An and Dundertaker. Thank you all for your suggestions and ideas. Thank you very much.

    See you later,

    Aeolis
     
  7. Mech_An

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    Dundertaker

    Thanks for your kind words :)
     
  8. Dundertaker

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    I wish the bug is fixed soon...

    When I started using Paragon it was you who helped me out. My friends also. You really are helping here. Keep up the good work dude!
     
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