Secure zone Problem

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by paramatta, May 4, 2007.

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  1. paramatta

    paramatta Registered Member

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    Vaio VGN-AR31E Laptop, Windows Vista Home Premium.
    I have created an Acronis Zone and backed up to it, the problem is that I get an error message each boot "Windows Disc not found Exception processing message 0xc0000013" The partition shows in Disc management as a "Healthy Primary partition" I am sure this is FAT but it is not shown. I am also sure that if I could give it another Drive Letter it would solve the problem but it doesn't seem to be an option. Any ideas welcome, I would like to keep the Acronis secure zone if possible but I also backup to an exterior HDD
     
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    You probably activated the True Image Startup Recovery Manager which modifies the MBR and now Vista cannot find its own recovery partition on the laptop. There is no need to activate or use the SRM nor is it a good idea to use the Secure Zone. If your hard drive goes belly up, so does the Backup in the SZ. Much better to use an external drive to hold the BAckups.
     
  3. paramatta

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    Thank you I will take note of that. Why does it take so long to "Recover" using an exterior drive?
     
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    The usual reason is the drivers used on the Linux based rescue CD are not optimized for your particular hardware. The restore times can be improved siginificantly by using BartPE Begginer's Guide to Creating a BartPE CD with Mustang's BartPE Plugins.
     
  5. paramatta

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    Thank you for those links, I will take a look at that
     
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