Recovery Disk Failure "Class604 doesn't match.."

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by jbuch, Aug 31, 2004.

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  1. jbuch

    jbuch Registered Member

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    The CD recvery boot disk fails with the error :

    PCI 00:07:3 Class 604 doesn't match header type 00... ignoring class

    The boot completes and Acronis 8 build 768 (? Latest) shows up.

    However, more than half of the image is full of vertical black bars and is impossible to read.

    The machine is a FIC VA 503+ motherboard with 256 MB memory and an AMD K2 500 Mhz processer (VIA chipset). Network card, USB 2.0 card, S3Trio64V+ PCI(765) video card..., Soundblaster audio ISA.

    The OS is Win98SE.

    Acronis 8 easily backed up the test partition. However, the test to restore the test partition failed on CD bootup as described above.

    I believe that this is a Linux error. Maybe has something to do with the old hardware.

    Looking for backup solution that works with all my machines, fron this oldie to my Pentium 4 with XP Pro Corporate.

    Jim
     
  2. wdormann

    wdormann Registered Member

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    Have you tried the F11 : "noapic acpi=off" option?
     
  3. jbuch

    jbuch Registered Member

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    No, not yet.

    What conditions does it fix?
     
  4. Acronis Support

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    Hello --

    This problem is being investigated already. Most likely the fix will be available in the one of the next builds.

    Thank you.
     
  5. jbuch

    jbuch Registered Member

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    MORE ON F11 FIX?

    I have wireless keyboards which may or may not be significant.

    I can't make the F11 key bring up anything where I can input anything about ASPI off.

    However, sometimes by punching the F11 key a lot, the boot goes on to bring up a perfectly good screen for Acronis True Image restoration.

    The verification part of that - when it is a clear screen - works.

    I have gotten 2 out of 3 clean reboots by trying to punch F11 over and over and over.

    No idea of why it is sometimes successful and sometimes not.

    But, in an emergency, the F11 key thing could save somebody else.

    Jim
     
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