Problems using Universal Restore

Discussion in 'Other Acronis Products' started by netsirk, Jul 25, 2006.

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  1. netsirk

    netsirk Registered Member

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    Hi,
    I'm trying my best to use the universal restore feature.
    Selecting an vmware LSI driver, I'm presented with an error message stating the ntoskrnl.ex, intelide.sys etc are missing ..
    I've tried to use the "additional search path" option with no luck?.
    Where should these files reside ? d:\i386 c:\i386 \\uncpath\somewhere\i386 cdrom ?

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    E001D0195: File 'symmpi.sys' that is required for installation of device 'LSI Adapter, Ultra320 SCSI 2000 series, w/1020/1030 (LSI Logic)' into Microsoft Windows 2000 Server is not found.

    Please consult the vendor of driver installation package.

    E001D0195: File 'intelide.sys' that is required for installation of device 'Intel(r) 82371AB/EB PCI Bus Master IDE Controller (Intel)' into Microsoft Windows 2000 Server is not found.

    Please consult the vendor of driver installation package.

    E001D0195: File 'ntoskrnl.exe' that is required for installation of device 'ACPI Uniprocessor PC ((Standard computers))' into Microsoft Windows 2000 Server is not found.

    Please consult the vendor of driver installation package.

    E001D0195: File 'halmacpi.dll' that is required for installation of device 'ACPI Uniprocessor PC ((Standard computers))' into Microsoft Windows 2000 Server is not found.

    Please consult the vendor of driver installation package.
     
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  2. jeremyotten

    jeremyotten Registered Member

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  3. netsirk

    netsirk Registered Member

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    Sorry, no luck with this either.... I'm going for the next product...2 weeks worth of trying to get this up..
     
  4. BigBadJohnnyB

    BigBadJohnnyB Registered Member

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    No luck for me either.

    File 'symmpi.sys' that is required for installation of device....

    is all I get. I am selecting the Universal option, and I can either have it search out the driver, or let it just go. But where does the i386 folder need to be on the source system? Where does it look for the driver?

    I am having no luck here at all...
     
  5. jeremyotten

    jeremyotten Registered Member

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    create new vmware and use ide instead of scsi drive..

    your good to go ;-)
     
  6. mvincent

    mvincent Registered Member

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    I too am now receiving the dreaded E001D0195 errors. Does anyone know where the i386 files should reside as netsirk asked of if this is even the issue?

    I receive E001D0195 for pciide.sys, halmacpi.dll, hal.dll and acpi.sys.

    Help!
     
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