Restoring too slowly

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by Soul II Soul, Sep 10, 2007.

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  1. Soul II Soul

    Soul II Soul Registered Member

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    Hi experts :)
    i have a question to my favourite Backup Programm True Image 9:
    I used for years an AMD64@3000 - Epox754 Board -1Gig DDR1 RAM on XP Pro.
    When i was Restoring an Backup of my Windows Partition (C:20Gig-used 5Gig),its done in 6-7 Minutes,that was perfect.

    Now i bought an new DualCore E6750,2 Gig DDR2,Gigabyte P-35 DS3 Board on XP Pro and the same Procedere needs 45-50 min.
    To create a backup is fast like ever.Only restoring tooks that long time.

    I can see that the Problems started when he checked Partition C (before the Restoring started), its very slow.

    Its the same Problem when i started from Boot CD or when i restore a backup from working Windows.

    Why is it so slowly to restore a Backup at my new, faster PC?
    Do i need a special Driver?
    All other things are quick as hell at this new PC

    Will be happy to hear any answers :thumb:

    Regards and sorry for my bad english,
    Soul
     
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  2. shieber

    shieber Registered Member

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    I dont' think this is uncommon for ATI. For example, one one of my Abit Mobo PCs, backup takes about 11 minutes and restore a little over two hours.


    On another PC with a diff mobo and less disk space in use, backup takes about 8 minutes and restore about 30 minutes.


     
  3. Soul II Soul

    Soul II Soul Registered Member

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    Hi shieber :)
    you mean that its only bad luck, that on "PC X" it runs fast and on "PC Y" its slow? It can be that on a much faster system its so much slower (ten times)?o_O


    Hard to believe, i thought it was a Driver Problem (Chipset or something).

    Thanks for your answer,
    Regards
    Soul
     
  4. Xpilot

    Xpilot Registered Member

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    Build yourself a Bart PE CD complete with TI plugin.

    Start off your restores with this new recovery CD and be amazed at the new fast speeds.
    You are right the slowness is almost certainly due to poor TI drivers provided in the linux recovery environment.

    Xpilot
     
  5. Soul II Soul

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    Hi Xpilot,
    thank you very much, i made my BartPe CD with TI-Plugin and now restoring is done in 4 minutes :)

    Like i said, thank you very much :thumb:

    Best Regards
    Soul
     
  6. Xpilot

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    Good to know it worked for you. If you frequent these pages you will soon see I only attempt to answer the easy questions, being a relative beginner myself.

    Xpilot
     
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