Is it just me or is the cross platform v2.2.2 ISO 6MB too big to fit on an 80 minute CD-R?
I successfully built the WINPE recovery environment ISO but was unbanle to burn the file to a DVD. I received the error message in the attached file. I was able to burn the .iso file using the built in WIN 7 capability. I'm running WIN7 32bit Home Premium.
SPRE v5 does not appear to support restore from an image repository on a Windows 8 Storage Space (ReFS). Since Storage Spaces is one of the cardinal new features of Windows 8 and Server 2012, this is a serious deficiency. I would have thought this support would have been available in v5 at its release. Please implement this capability as soon as possible.
Paranoid Question: During a full backup from the Vista (Recommended) Recovery Environment, booted from CD version 3.5 WITHOUT loading network support, I forgot to disconnect the Ethernet cable from my ISP over last night. (The computer stayed in the backup screen of the recovery Environment all night, and of course I wasn't logged in to my own OS.) Naturally BOTH my entire machine AND my local (not NAS) backup drive (containing ALL of my vital system backups!) were connected. Am I safe from Internet attacks without the network support, or is it possible for a hac
The ShadowProtect v4.1 Recovery Environment does not include the very latest versions of these drivers:
Intel RST drivers (AHCI/IAStor)
Renasas (NEC) USB 3.0 Superspeed drivers
If you want to load these drivers quickly, you can run this batch file from a USB Flash Drive.
The Intel RST drivers will help with performance and stutter problems with AHCI/RAID, SSD, and Advanced Format drives.
The USB 3.0 drive should help improve throughput when using USB 3.0 drives.
When booting into version 188.8.131.52 of the ShadowProtect Desktop Recovery Environment, I noticed that the first option is to “start Vista-based recovery environment.” With the previous release of the Recovery Environment, that startup option employed Windows 7 rather than Windows Vista.
Why did StorageCraft revert to Windows Vista for the recovery environment?
I've got 2 IBM 80p Ultra3 SCSI drive 10K RPM "Hot Plug", one of 18.2 GB and the second one of 36.4 GB. I've made a complete backup (one system volume and one data volume) of the first one to restore it on the second drive. I'll consider resinzing up the 2 volumes when I'm sure the recovery is OK.
When I restored the first volume on the second drive, I selected these options :
Create exact primary partition at the beginning of free space, then :
- Set Active
Hello. I've been trialling SP desktop for a month now. I requested a full evaluation because I wanted to try the recovery environment. I've been making and validating backups with no problems from the recovery environment.
Today I bought and activated SP. I made a differential backup from the recovery environment but, to my surprise, verification failed. I then made a full backup and verification also failed.
Can anyone shed some light on single to multi-processor migprations using Server Ed.? I have a vmware guest, a single processor MS Win2003 Terminal Server, which is suffering from CPU overuse. I'd like to migrate this guest to a 2-processor guest. I was hoping to do this using ShadowProtect Server Ed. HIR.
Anyone had a similar experience, or care to add comments/advice.
Boot into recovery environment
option choices appear
option 1 or 2 results in
" File not found "
cd verified ok on other machines
winxp pro latest sp
ibm intellistation M Pro
2 scsi drives
atapi cd drive
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