Tech Support sent me TI 11 Recovery ISO...questions???

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by bobmitch, Jan 18, 2008.

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  1. bobmitch

    bobmitch Registered Member

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    OK...so now, my external HDD (Seagate 320) is recognized as well as my ICH9R RAID 0 Array. One caviat:

    Drive C: (RAID 0 Array) is recognized as Drive D:\
    External Firewire Drive (Seagate 320) is recognized as drive C:\

    Is this going to me an issue? I can do a backup in the Linux environment...just not sure what will happen if I try to recover under those conditions?

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks

    Bob
     
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    As long as you know which drive is which, ignore the drive letters Acronis assigns to them.
     
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    If you have not done so, it would helpful to assign meaningful names to your drives. During booting from the TI Rescue CD, Acronis may assign different drive letters. Your only real means of true identification is the names you assign to your drives. If you want more info, check my link below.
     
  4. bobmitch

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    I have actually named the drives...my External is just named SEAGATE and my C: drive is Core2Duo...no way to mistake them. I now have a functional recovery drive...thanks for the replies

    Bob
     
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