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Gateway won't help me because it is out of warranty. TabrisDarkPeaceFeb 11, 2006, 10:07 AM You forget / didn't update the Active Partition and move NTLDR over to it (the RAID), so you can boot from it.... View 8 Replies View Related Unable To Boot Installer Cd Through CDROM? View 9 Replies View Related Unable To Boot? http://custsolutions.net/i-need/i-need-some-help-with-my-raid-array-please.php

and boom everything stated working. Paul Komski02-02-2005, 02:47 PMI get a list of files that indicate a RAID array and then everything just freezes. Vista's restore capability doesn't support XP's BKF files, so I was wondering if anybody knows of a third-party application or any way to get this back up, and quickly. Elvandil, Aug 14, 2008 #8 Killtodie Thread Starter Joined: Aug 13, 2008 Messages: 8 I got it working.

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Top Login to post comments The files have my docs on it, along with Local Settings, All Users, Start Menu, etc.Fortunately, I haven't had to restore any info due to computer crashes. That will open up the Win7 registry so it thinks it's just been installed.

  • I will try an copy the boot.ini file and post it here.
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My concern is how do I know if the files are there and then, what would I have to do to get them transferred to my computer in case of a Windows 7: Cannot boot from non-RAID image restored to RAID SSD Page 1 of 2 1 2 > 13 May 2010 #1 Chimera43 Windows 7 Professional 64-bit 6 posts How do I gain access to the boot.ini file? I don't want Acronis to change my drive letter of system partition and boot.ini to the various drive letters.

Just make sure to select the correct physical partition and ignore the letters. I'm a developer and my computer has been down for 3 days! There would obviously need to be enough room on the partition for the additional installation. Please, please Help I could not be so dificult to restore in a new hard disk....

Registration E-mail: * Password: * Useful Links How to get Support? its 3114 not 3112. System Restore gives me an error message, "Cannot Be Restored" -- I've tried multiple restore points. It doesn't recognise the jpeg format when saving and saves as a Photoshop document.

Will re-installing Windows do that? Press ctrl+alt+del to restart� I�ve gone into the setup and it�s set to boot from the hard drive (#1). The computer simply freezes, shuts down, reboots, and says "Windows did not shut down properly" or whatever the hell it says.So now I have no clue what to do. The combined space is 760gb while the install size is only 50gb now.

This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. These are on the fastest part (outside zone) of the HDDs, and RAID-0 array.The first Primary Partition is marked Active, so it is the one the OS boots from1 x 1069.9 Anyway Killtodie, Aug 14, 2008 #11 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. But what I really do want is some advice on how to write my BKF file to my SATA HDD.

Get the answer MobiusFeb 10, 2006, 2:01 AM RAID0 is the dumbest thing in computing today!GIVE IT UP - FOOLS! Everything seem ok doing the restore.. Previously i was using 2 raptors in raid 0 for the os and programs. I get the message need to check your disk, followed by an error while checking the Indexes, and windows wion't start.

However using Intel Rapid Storage Technology to setup the raid inside windows I had to... it could be the new controller or the new disk... This windows install is on a single hard drive.

Or is something else not quite right here?

When i try to delete them it comes up with "Error Deleting File or Folder: Cannot delete file: cannot read from source file or disk" How can i get these files Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Backup and Restore » User Name Remember Me? The only thing I can figure is that my Mouse was culprit in the end. if I try to load the drivers and boot the PC normally is says it need to run a SCANDISK and something has changed???

So "unsafe" yes to a point.."very unsafe" no not really.. Sep 8, 2008 I am having a problem similar to this poster problem http://forums.techguy.org/windows-nt...cond-boot.html I made a mistake editing my second hard drive XP registry. I have not put anything on but it is a new PC and it loaded and updated antivirus program & spyware programs.What are my chances that it will restore back to VexedFist02-02-2005, 04:03 PMFirst I am running an ASUS P4Pe motherboard with a 2.66Ghz CPU I also have my 2 Western Digital SATA HardDrives in a RAID 0+1 array The RAID is

if so, thats good, cept I dont have a floppy drive or any floppys near me second, i got Arconis Disk Director loaded, it sees the RAID0 drives and all the If 7 can't clamber to the desktop after restoring the image, then just boot up the Paragon Adaptive Restore cd and point it at the restored o/s. I also triend administrator as the password, no luck. VexedFist02-02-2005, 12:42 PMPaul, I have tried suing F* and NONE of the SAFE modes work.

This is my first post. Ask a new question Read More NAS / RAID Components Related Resources Problem adding standalone SATA drive to existing raid 0 PROBLEM WITH SATA DVD AND RAID 0 SYSTEM problem with I would like to preserve the Windows installation and everything on the C: drive if at all possible. I dont care if I have an F: drive, if I can just get a big enough C: drive, that will be fine.

Installation & Setup Windows 7 System Image - Restore Non-RAID to RAID 0+1I created a windows system image with the backup and restore utility built into win7. True Image show some info that my registry and boot info will be automatically adjusted according to my config while choosing where system partition should be restored. but no luck... I have used "System Restore" quite often and now notice several small glitches occurring from time to time so am wondering if small portions of the system have become corrupt (sorry

JiminSA replied Feb 11, 2017 at 4:28 AM Playing guitar RT replied Feb 11, 2017 at 4:24 AM Amd a8 7600 or fx 6300 with... It's better to restore on unpartitioned drive or na formated drive or it doesn't matter. Ask ! Advertisement Recent Posts Deleting one gmail address and...