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Edit autoexec.bat to @ECHO OFFPROMPT $p$gecho.ctmouse.execall ghost.batecho. Posted: 15-Aug-2010 | 8:25PM • Permalink For your friend you could have the backups automated. Posted: 16-Aug-2010 | 3:24PM • Permalink Maybe I damaged it somehow. I have banged my head against a wall for what seems like all week. check over here

I think the format is here to stay and another reason why I like VPC over vmware. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count). I also been thinking of some way to maybe keep only 2 or 3 older images and delete the rest.  Maybe have 3 folders: current, 2weeks, and lastmonth and have it Posted: 10-Aug-2010 | 8:49PM • Permalink The purpose of Mike's thread is to have an automatic restore.

Windows 7 Will Not Boot After Image Restore

You copy the DOS partition to a .bin file using TBOS and then boot from that file using bootfile.exe. windows-7 imaging windows-pe imagex share|improve this question edited Jun 12 '11 at 12:20 asked Jun 9 '11 at 16:19 songei2f 1,5141325 1 May I ask why you must have the I'm curious, is this something that is going to be restored a lot?  Like an internet cafe or something? When you run the .bin file it restarts the computer, boots into the DOS restore and restarts into Windows.

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It is based on features found in Ghost, a hard drive imaging/cloning software program developed by Symantec. Are there situations where the copied bootloader may fail to work, e.g. How often will you be doing this? Windows 7 Fix Mbr I had to install a new clean copy of the OS to the new partition.

Otherwise your pc will not recognize the copied partition/hdd as bootable. –Sliq Oct 6 '12 at 17:53 | show 14 more comments up vote 38 down vote Although fsarchiver is quite share|improve this answer answered Sep 16 '11 at 12:52 Mike Christiansen 19817 You read the question right: the point is to have a reference image before I sysprep, so superuser.com/questions/11453/… was a question i asked on linux drives –warren Sep 10 '09 at 6:33 2 Many tools on this list from wikipedia support NTFS. –warren Sep 10 '09 at see here DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,273 Solutions: 328 Kudos: 2,026 Kudos0 Re: Ghost How does one load an image to a partition then schedule it?

The result can be saved to a file, DVD etc. Bootrec.exe /fixmbr I've forgotten the details. It doesn't perfectly meet your requirements, but the disk to disk clone instructions are here. Note that I have vista on one partition, I also install my Windows 7 installs on one partition without the SRP.

Windows 7 Won't Boot After Image Restore

Backup Ubuntu diffecho 3. 33echo 4. 44echo 5. 55echo 6. 66echo 7. If you need to repair your MBR, we can do that from the boot CD. Windows 7 Will Not Boot After Image Restore Brian_K Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,849 Solutions: 123 Kudos: 665 Kudos0 Re: Ghost How does one load an image to a partition then schedule it? Ghost32.exe Switches Posted: 16-Aug-2010 | 8:23PM • Permalink OK, mine are both single processor 3.2Ghz and has both SATA and ATA drivers already installed.

share|improve this answer edited Jul 12 '10 at 17:46 community wiki 2 revsDave You don't need to install Ubuntu to use GParted: you can use apt-get install gparted from http://cgmguide.com/windows-7/installing-xp-pro-on-a-second-partition.php DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,273 Solutions: 328 Kudos: 2,026 Kudos0 Re: Ghost How does one load an image to a partition then schedule it? Pick drive to move, pick target drive, copies everything over, and reboots to correct partition. Posted: 09-Aug-2010 | 10:27AM • 69 Replies • Permalink Yes, I have searched for a while, no answeres here or google searches for this seemingly simple question I have machines with How To Restore Ghost Image Of Windows 7 Step By Step

Posted: 09-Aug-2010 | 10:27AM • Permalink Yes, I have searched for a while, no answeres here or google searches for this seemingly simple question I have machines with 2 partitions partition I use it in my test computer to quickly restore OS. Does a Druid's stealth skill benefit stealthy animal forms they take? http://cgmguide.com/windows-7/formatting-partition-plz-help.php I've found a more convenience way to clone a system.

It's not terribly easy; you will need a working machine running the OS you are trying to install (either Windows 7 or Server 2008), as well as a remote server to Symantec Ghost and it says "Activates the selected partition and reboots the computer" So that solves the problem of active partitions and rebooting.  You wouldn't need to use my suggestion of installing DOS Edit....

Explanation of the cause: The Ghost executable files (versions 11.5.0.2113 through 11.5.0.2154) used to create a Sector Based image introduces a fault into the Image, which then manifests itself during an

Here's how we shape up against your requirements. DriveImage XML is now faster than ever, offering two different compression levels. But that doesn't bother me, I setup my systems using it with a FAT32 partition to hold the image. Bootrec /rebuildbcd Brian_K Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,849 Solutions: 123 Kudos: 665 Kudos0 Re: Ghost How does one load an image to a partition then schedule it?

As an aside, last time I ran across a similar issue that seemed simple, programatically generating a process dump using C#.  Lots of info on how to do it by invoking Posted: 15-Aug-2010 | 8:32PM • Permalink LOL, she would have me do it. Posted: 11-Aug-2010 | 1:55PM • Permalink Hey Mike, We're anxious to hear about your progress. http://cgmguide.com/windows-7/windows-7-partition.php I have about 15 C: drives in my computer.

Works fantastic. –user606723 Jan 18 '13 at 2:42 Why isn't DriveImage XML the best answer so far? –Ярослав Рахматуллин Apr 16 '13 at 7:23 What do you DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,273 Solutions: 328 Kudos: 2,026 Kudos0 Re: Ghost How does one load an image to a partition then schedule it? http://www.partimage.org/Partimage-manual_Backup-partition-table share|improve this answer answered Sep 4 '09 at 19:08 community wiki alpha1 Not just command-line: there are interactive menus too. Not much to tell, actually.

After adding the newly installed (ghosted) xp-installation to the BootMagic menu I attempted to boot from partition 3. ghost -clone,mode=pcreate,src=1:1,dst=2:2\winxp.gho -z1 -fx –sure Let’s say you only wanted to keep the last 3 .gho images, you could run a batch file after each winxp.gho has been created. Posted: 09-Aug-2010 | 3:53PM • Permalink OK, your talking about Ghost solution suite. I have only second hand knowledge about EASEUS Disk Copy, but I hear it is simple and highly efficient.

Backup and Restore trying to restore acronis image fails, convert to vhd and boot?for backups of my main OS (in my signature) I have acronis TIH create a single image full select disk 0 REM Remove previous formatting. On a FAT32 partition ghost will split the image files into 2 or 4GB pieces but that won't matter.  Since my free space was so small I had to choose FAT. Now run bcdedit /set {bootmgr} device partition=C: run bcdedit /set {default} device partition=D: run bcdedit /set {default} osdevice partition=D: Reboot the box and you should be in Windows!

The Integrity Check begins writing data directly to the 1st partition of the drive where the Integrity Check is run, by gathering data from the offset of the 1st partition located Use Snipping tool in start menu, attaching file using paper clip in reply box. share|improve this answer edited Nov 12 '12 at 6:04 John Gardeniers 23.7k83999 answered Sep 15 '11 at 3:25 Tom Anderson 1 I guess this might solve the problem, but Someone said, "Ghost is for people who like doing it the hard way".

Oh well. –songei2f Sep 15 '11 at 9:44 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook If someone didn't have pqboot it would have to be a 2 step deal.