TeraByte Product Release Thread

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by TheKid7, Aug 19, 2011.

  1. Moosehead77

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    How would I go about finding this information? Ok I found it under Disk management. I will try to copy and paste the info. What I have in Disk Management is....
    C:
    Disk 0 Partition 1,2 and 6.
    DBR_Boot E:
    My Passport F:
    PBR Image
    WINRETOOLS
     
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  2. Brian K

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    Right click the Start button, click Disk Management. It's the Disk containing the C: partition. Each rectangle is a partition.
     
  3. Moosehead77

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    Got it...Each of these has a separate little rectangle Icon. Looks like a mini Drive Icon.

    C:
    Disk 0 Partition 1,2 and 6.
    DBR_Boot E:
    My Passport F:
    PBR Image
    WINRETOOLS
     
  4. Brian K

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    Can you post a screenshot of all the rectangles?
     
  5. Moosehead77

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    Ok let me try to figure out how to do that. BRB.
     
  6. Brian K

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    Use Win10 "Snip and Sketch".
    Click Upload a File just next to Post Reply.
     
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  8. Brian K

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    Great. A UEFI system.

    Can you screenshot the rectangles of Disk 0, Disk 1, etc.
     
  9. Moosehead77

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    Which rectangles? The ones that follow below on the screen, just below the picture I posted?
     
  10. Brian K

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    Yes, below what you posted.
     
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    Perfect. We are doing everything correctly.
     
  13. Moosehead77

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    Excellent, You tell me what to do, and I'll try to land the plane. Haw Haw Haw...
     
  14. Brian K

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    Backup finished yet? What are the filenames?
     
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    Still doing the Full backup, about 10 minutes left. Then I still have to run the Diff backup.
     
  16. Brian K

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    OK.

    When everything looks OK you can schedule the task. You can keep the images you have already created and the first task will create a diff image.

    Your batch file is IFWRotate.cmd
    Put it somewhere safe. From then it must not be moved otherwise the Schedule will fail.

    Open Task Scheduler and click Task Scheduler Library on the left and Create Basic Task on the right.

    Name ... IFW
    Weekly
    Start Time, choose day
    Start a Program
    Browse to IFWRotate.cmd
    Put a tick in Open the Properties dialog for....
    Finish
    Tick in Run with highest privileges
    Configure for Windows 10
    click OK

    That's it
     
  17. Brian K

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    What size is the full backup TBI? And the Recycle Bin is empty?
     
  18. Moosehead77

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    Ok so I can move the CMD file still? I would like to place it elsewhere. I just can't move it later correct? The Recycle Bin is empty. The TBI file size is 334,177,736 KB.
     
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    Yes, you can move the CMD file now but not after you create the Schedule.

    The filename?
     
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    File Name is ....

    Entire_2019-12-17-1217__FULL.TBI
     
  21. Brian K

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    Perfect.
     
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    Do I run the Task scheduler from inside the program or the scheduler that Windows has somewhere on my system?
     
  23. Brian K

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    Start button, Windows Administrative Tools, Task Scheduler.

    I just noticed you don't have enough Free Space in your F: drive for 2 full images.
     
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    I found the scheduler. I will free up space on the drive. Thanks so much for all your help. Really glad you were able to help me in getting this up and running.
     
  25. Brian K

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    You are easy to work with. Glad to help.

    When you buy IFW, get the "Special Bundle". It's $10 more but you get the BootIt software along with IFW, IFL, IFU, TBOSDT, etc.
     
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