.Tib Files Not Found

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by Nadia, Jun 25, 2006.

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  1. Nadia

    Nadia Registered Member

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    Hi

    I am using Acronis True Image 9.0 Build (3,633)

    Today I have backed up my harddrive into 10 DVDs.

    The problem is when I see the DVD there is nothing on it.

    Any suggestions.

    Take care
     
  2. mark3

    mark3 Registered Member

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    Are you looking while you are in Windows, Windows TI or Rescue CD?
     
  3. Nadia

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    I want to check the data integrity.

    I inserted the last DVD and than started to check the data integrity.

    Only last DVD has the .TIB file. Other DVDs have no contents, if I see their property it says that it has 0 space remaining.

    I am wondering what happened to the files. Also after I stared validating the data it asked me to insert DVD # 9 and it didn’t find *.TIB file. I clicked several times on the "Retry" button.

    I am using windows xp.

    I checked the DVDs both in Windows and the boot up disk that I created using the true image.
     
  4. seekforever

    seekforever Registered Member

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    Problems with DVDs in 3633, download latest build 3666 and try it. Supposedly, the backup you created with 3633 is OK, problem was with reading the created DVDs.
     
  5. Menorcaman

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    Hi seekforever,

    I agree that's what Acronis Support said but it's not what I found whilst validating the latest build. TI 9.0 Home Build 3666 still has a problem reading spanned DVD-R disks created with Build 3633.

    Regards
     
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  6. seekforever

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    Thanks for the info. Is it fair to say that if 3666 can read spanned DVD-R created by 3666 then the 3633 DVD-R archives will likely never be readable? Probably a moot point since it would make more sense to throw them out just to be safe.
     
  7. Azdon

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    I did a two step set with 3633 on DVD+Rs and 3633 couldn't read the DVDs, but 3666 could.
     
  8. PaulS

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    I had the same problem with 3,633 on a single DVD-R image made on a Philips ED16DVDSK external USB burner from a Matrox 4Sight M industrial PC with a 40GB Fujitsu 2.5" HD (not beeing able to find the ghost files on an USB burner made me try, and switch to ATI in the first place).
    I found that the image file on the DVD in a internal SONY DVD burner, was readable with ATI 3,633 installed in Windows.
    I then solved the restore problem with removing the 2.5" HD and attached it to the PC with a USB-IDE adapter. I have not tested 3,666 with DVD on an external USB burner yet, and can't confirm if it can find the image file.
     
  9. Menorcaman

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    As far as my own testing is concerned, Build 3633 multi-disk images created to DVD-R media still can't be validated or restored via Build 3666 (DVD+R seems o.k.) and I've therefore ditched them.

    Regards
     
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