TRUE IMAGE SERVER: CAN'T MIGRATE IMAGE FROM RAID TO SATA SYSTEM

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  1. ACONISUSER

    ACONISUSER Registered Member

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    Hi to all!

    We user Acronis True Image Server Version 9 / True Image Server Universal Restore in the actual Build Version.

    In the following scenario we have some problems with Acronis:

    W2K3 Standard Server with RAID Controller, two partitions (C,D) in a RAID Volume (RAID5)

    Finally we want to migrate the system to a new server with SATA HDD's without RAID!

    I made one image for both partitions.

    I restored the image to the new System

    When you start the new system the W2K3 Logo is displayed. After that the system reboots and starts as you make an reset. This is endless.....

    I've used the "repair mode" an after 45minutes the system was in an correct systemstate.

    What happend? The bootfiles NTLDR, HALL.DLL, NTDETECT.COM are consequently replaced.

    That might be fine, but in this way many other things have also been restored to default.

    Does anyone know, which files are exactly responsible for booting a system?
    Think about virtualisation > there might be the same problem.

    Acronis Universal Restore is not an alternative. We've tested this feature, but it does not work as discribed. Especially for the acronis support:
    Perhaps you have a working solution for Universal Restore for using IDE, SATA and RAID Drivers.

    Many thanks to all Acronis Users and Acronis Support

    AconisUser
     
  2. Acronis Support

    Acronis Support Acronis Support Staff

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    Hello ACONISUSER,

    Thank you for choosing Acronis Server Disk Backup Software.

    Please clarify, what kind of problem you encountered with using Acronis Universal Restore? Are there any error messages? What do they say? When do they appear?

    Thank you.
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    Marat Setdikov
     
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