PLZ HELP. Universal file system hangs

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  1. kentha999

    kentha999 Registered Member

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    Hello. I have a BIG problem. I have placed my backup made with the free advanced version of backup and recovery om my NAS. When booting with the recovery disc I made and after I set the network settings ok I choose to start and the universal file system driver init it seems like the computer hangs. I have been waiting up to 15-20 minutes and nothing. When I choose to start with low-res and the other option there is no network-setup. Therefore I copied the files to a usb-harddrive and tried with that. The disk shows up as C: but the paragon finds no files. This is killing me.
    Hope there is some1 who can help me.
    Kenth Andersson
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    Mech_An Registered Member

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    what do you mean by "I choose to start and the universal file system driver init " ?

    About USB drive: Did you try to run full B&R from Recovery CD anf check if USB drive is visible there?
    Maybe it doesn't have drive letter and placed in Physical partitions list.
     
  3. kentha999

    kentha999 Registered Member

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    Sorry for my confused rambling. Here I go again.
    I have made backups of my win7 comp and stored it on my NAS on my local network.
    Now my systemdisc (HDD0) has gone down. I replaced it with another one ( both 500Gb discs, the crashed one with 400Gb+ data on it) and booted with the backup and recovery disc I had made. It starts and I am presented with a meny and I choose the network configuration and it works and I can choose my folder on my NAS. I exit that and is back with the menu and I go to the top and starts Paragon Backup and Recovery option and hits enter, then comes a picture from paragon anf it sezs at the bottom "Universal File System Driver Initialization... and thats when it hangs.
    But if I choose to start not in normal mode as above but in safe mode and then choose to start paragon backup and recovery-option it works and the program starts.
    But when I use the safe mode there is no network setup (i think?) so i copied the folder HDD0 from my backup folder on my NAS to a usb-disc and hooked it up to my computer and started it in safe mode as described above. The program finds 2 HDD, my new 500Gb as Basic HDD0 and my usb-disc as Basic HDD1. When I click on HDD1 it shows as NTFS file system and with 422Gb used and 509Gb free. HDD0 has free for filesystem and 466Gb free. I then start the restore wizard and it searches the archives and then lets me select an image. I click the little button with 3 dots and is presented with a new window where I should select an archive. It shows 4 options, A:\, Y:\, Z:\, and C:\ (NTFS, 0 on Disk 1) (UFSD disk - Iomega HDD) and when I doubleclick on C: it starts to search for *.pbf-files on the usb-disc and comes up with nothing after a while.
    I copied the folder HDD0 from my nas as it was so I ended up with one folder, HDD0 on the usb-disc. No go, so I moved all the files to the root of the usb-disc, no go. I then opened the pbf-file in note pad and found the adress to my nas and replaced it with C:\ instead, no go.
    Now is there a way to get the backup restored or am I ~Phrase removed~ ?
    Please help me.
    Best Regards
    Kenth Andersson
     
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  4. kentha999

    kentha999 Registered Member

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    I give up. I am going to buy this ~Phrase removed~ product so I can get hold of the REAL recovery cd. ThanX for the help.:ouch:
     
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