I can't see how you could backup a partition to a file which lies in the partition that you are saving to an archive. At least, they have access to >>>>>> the >>>>>> source code. >>>>>> >>>>>> The documented way to restore an ntbackup is through an option of the XP >>>>>> installation. You see I've already decided I'm not going down the Acronis/Ghost route. Then somehow I need to get ASR to magically > recognize second partition to do restore. http://comvurgent.com/xp-pro/xp-pro-startup-drive-map-wierdness.html
I may even get second external Hard Drive) >>>>>>> >>>>>>> There is another possible alternative to Acronis. Manually installing the backup program If you have Windows XP Home, you have to manually install the Veritas backup/restore program: 7. Windows XP comes with a decent backup program, although XP Home users have to go out and find it. It cannot back up directly to CD or DVD (KB 315255).
The documented way to restore an ntbackup is through an option of the XP installation. AnonymousJun 30, 2005, 11:41 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)Do you have .NET installed?How about the Windows Updates for the same?What is the "exact" error message-- Regards,Richard UrbanIf you knew is this something that was built in to later versions?I had looked at ghost, but decided against it when I realized I wouldhave to manually create the backups...
If you don't or can't assign a drive letter, then you cannot use Ntbackup. 3) In fact, if you were using Acronis or Ghost, we would not be having this conversation This might be a good time to fetch a cup o' something warm. If you fall into that boat, your best bet is to yell really loudly at your hardware manufacturer; then borrow an original Windows XP Home Edition CD from a friend. AnonymousJun 30, 2005, 11:41 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)Hi,AND Ghost 2003 cannot bacup a C: drive with the windows system on it,while it's active, Ghost 9 can.(If you can
PC Advisor Phones Smartphone reviews Best smartphones Smartphone tips Smartphone buying advice Smartphone deals Laptops Laptops reviews Laptops tips Best laptops Laptops buying advice Tablets Tablet reviews Best tablets Tablet tips Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Periodically test a restore of a random file. You don't need to run the Backup or Restore Wizard to backup or restore.
See: http://forums.java.net/jive/message.jspa?messageID=261982 http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=38121&tstart=15 On point 1) If you've ever done a backup using XP's own backup, it allows you to save the backup file back to your C: drive when you Can Ntbackup perform a clone operation? There is nothing magical about getting Ntbackup to recognize a second partition, provided that you have assigned a drive letter to the partition. Sign Up Now!
Several times. One more thing. Just like with every other piece of software you have - *you* are ultimately responsible for your backups and restoration testing/abilities. AnonymousJun 30, 2005, 12:02 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)After a recent motherboard catastrophe, I am trying to fine tune myback-up system.I use a reliable back-up utility to keep regular
Reference KB 249694 How to Move a Windows 2000 Installation to Different Hardware KB 315255 Windows Backup Does Not Back Up to CD-R, CD-RW, or DVD-R Devices KB 307545 How to Backup or Restore Wizard. Fred Morrison, Apr 17, 2005, in forum: Windows XP Setup Replies: 4 Views: 578 Fred Morrison Apr 20, 2005 Loading... In the next dialogue box, choose your options carefully (fig. 2).
My problem is understanding how ASR works. I'm looking for clarification specifically on the ASR process when you have an XP Pro SP2 install disk. The Backup or Restore Wizard returns. 6. weblink The reasons I wouldn't use any optical disk for anything of importance is because of their vulnerability - DVDs are much worse than CDs in this respect.
In retrospect I think I should have >>>>>>> partitioned drive, but having never done ASR before, am learning as I go >>>>>>> along. >>>>>>> Before I go ahead and re-install Java, Almost any backup program >>>> would eventually get into an endless loop. >>>> >>>> There is nothing magical about getting Ntbackup to recognize a second >>>> partition, provided that you have If you pick the Let Me Choose What to Back Up option, you need to be aware of a rather obscure setting in the next wizard step.
They are> backed up to a second hard drive and accross my local network to> another computer in the same building, so I am fairly secure here.>> However, I have a ASR No floppy drive "Jeremy Flowers" <> wrote in message news:... ASR No floppy drive "Jim" wrote: 1) I can't see how you could backup a partition to a file which lies in the partition that you are saving to an archive. This seems to work by copying files (as opposed to disk images), including in-use systems files, by some nefarious means, to a separate partition (it is claimed it can't record to
Acronis worked for me when nothing else would. You NEED it to recover the system,so computers with oem recovery disks and no windows media won't work. So this is why I am asking if I manually partition HD or buy second external HD, and do backup/copy sif files to this, can ASR recovery process detect backup/sifs on Hard drives are mechanical devices.
posted by sotalia to Computers & Internet (12 answers total) 10-20 bucks will get you an external USB floppy drive at most computer stores. You should never have to wonder if you will be able to recover a backup. I can use Roxio for this. (So sif files which contain partition >>>>>>>>>> information won't wipe out my backup file) >>>>>>>>>> Sorry if this seems rude, but Jim.. Backups made with Windows 95, 98, or Me versions of Windows Backup cannot be restored with Windows XP's Backup utility.
If my hard drive has single partition >>> an backup is on this partitition, even if I somehow get ASR to recognize >>> asr.sif asrpnp.sif from floppy drive I have to XP Professional includes automatic restore features that let you bring back an entire dead drive — even if it's your C: drive — with surprisingly little hassle. Music, pictures, and video are all good candidates for writing to a CD or DVD. Buy a good disk-imaging package, such as Norton Ghost(www.symantec.com/sabu/ghost/ ghost_personal/), and run it regularly.
All posts copyright their original authors. Easy CD Creator will accomplish this task. 5) I decided not to use the repair partition because I am not certain that my problems were only caused by software errors. 6) You see I've already decided I'm not going down the Acronis/Ghost route.