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#1 GaDawg69

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 08:56 AM

Please forgive the Nube experience I am just getting started learning all these things. I have a HP a1720n with Vista Home Prem. and the thing has been a piece of junk since I bought it but I got to deal with it till I can afford another. Few problems I have had to change the mother board and 2 fans and recently got a CODE PURPLE from the tattoo in it, fixed all that and decided since I was redoing the whole thing and it has never allowed me to make a Rec Disk from the get go (At the time I didn't know most comps. started making their own disk till it was to late to make them) Anyway this time I got IMGBURN 2.5.5 and decided to make a ISO after setting it all up cleaning house making everything pretty. Well I am clueless to what to do I have made an ISO of software and burned to disk and was usable but I don't know where to start here. I would like to make an ISO of my C drive and make it bootable just in case something happens and my junk crashes. Is this possible or am I going about it the wrong way. I have Acronis boot rec media disk made if I make a ISO of my C: that's bootable can I use Acornis to load the ISO if so can I make the ISO and save it to my C: drive as well for the moment until I can burn it to disk or transfer it to a Ext Hard drive at a later date. If so what are my first moves and the settings in IMGBurn to make this happen here what I have done so far but stopped because it was going crazy in the log skipping things so I just stopped.
Loaded IMGB clicked create image files from folders source C:\ destination C:\
OPTIONS Checked Preserve full path name, Recurse Sub, Include Hidden, sys, archive only
Mode1/2048
ISO9660+UDF
1.02
Label 9660 Hp C drive
UDF HP C Drive
Advanced
Restrictions ISO9660 checked
Level X-219 Char
Char set Standard
Allow more than 8 dir
Allow more than 255 chars
Allow w/o file ext
Allow exceeding size limit multi
Bootable disk
Options Checked make image bootable
Emulation none custom
boot image ( I think I used the right thing but not sure what I found about vista is it uses the bootsect.bak) found it and used it
Load segment 07c0
Sectors 4
Extract Boot Image at bottom says Local Disk (C:)-[HP]
Everything else is either the way it was or empty and some of these were the way they were already. Another should I be zipping down anything to make it smaller the total space on the drive used is around 47gigs is that even possible to make that lage a file into ISO. Again forgive my ignorance but can someone tell me what I am doing wrong and or if any of this is possible or am I biting off more than I can chew.
Thanks
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I 03:40:02 ImgBurn Version 2.5.5.0 started!
I 03:40:02 Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium Edition (6.0, Build 6000)
I 03:40:02 Total Physical Memory: 3,135,360 KB - Available: 2,324,904 KB
I 03:40:02 Initialising SPTI...
I 03:40:02 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
I 03:40:02 -> Drive 1 - Info: TSSTcorp CD/DVDW TS-H652M 0414 (E:) (ATA)
I 03:40:02 Found 1 DVD±RW/RAM!
I 03:46:10 Operation Started!
I 03:46:10 Building Image Tree...
E 03:46:13 FindFirstFile Failed!
E 03:46:13 FindFileName: D:\System Volume Information\*
E 03:46:13 Reason: Access is denied.
I 03:46:13 Calculating Totals...
I 03:46:13 Preparing Image...
I 03:46:16 Contents: 5,741 Files, 364 Folders
I 03:46:16 Content Type: Data
I 03:46:16 Data Type: MODE1/2048
I 03:46:16 File System(s): ISO9660 (Bootable), UDF (1.02)
I 03:46:16 Volume Label: D Drive
I 03:46:16 Size: 5,712,663,571 bytes
I 03:46:16 Sectors: 2,792,090
I 03:46:16 Image Size: 5,733,220,352 bytes
I 03:46:16 Image Sectors: 2,799,424
I 03:46:19 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:09
I 03:46:19 Operation Started!
I 03:46:19 Image Contents: 5,741 Files, 364 Folders
I 03:46:19 Image Sectors: 2,799,424 (MODE1/2048)
I 03:46:19 Image Size: 5,733,220,352 bytes
I 03:46:19 Image Layer Break Position: 1,399,712
I 03:46:19 Image Single Layer Profile: DVD-R/RW (Media Capacity: 2,297,888)
I 03:46:19 Image Double Layer Profile: DVD+R DL (Min L0: 0, Max L0: 2,086,912, Media Capacity: 4,173,824)
I 03:46:19 Image Volume Identifier: D Drive
I 03:46:19 Image Volume Set Identifier: 3EDE1DC5002AB727
I 03:46:19 Image Application Identifier: IMGBURN V2.5.5.0 - THE ULTIMATE IMAGE BURNER!
I 03:46:19 Image Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn
I 03:46:19 Image File System(s): ISO9660 (Bootable), UDF (1.02)
I 03:46:19 Destination File: C:\Hp Recovery D Drive.iso
I 03:46:19 Destination Free Space: 257,648,422,912 Bytes (251,609,788 KB) (245,712 MB) (239 GB)
I 03:46:19 Destination File System: NTFS
I 03:46:19 File Splitting: Auto
I 03:46:19 Writing Image...
I 03:52:33 Abort Request Acknowledged
E 03:52:40 Operation Aborted! - Duration: 00:06:20
E 03:52:40 Average Write Rate: 2,458 KB/s (1.8x) - Maximum Write Rate: 15,631 KB/s (11.3x)
I 03:54:08 Operation Started!
I 03:54:08 Building Image Tree...
W 03:54:08 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Documents and Settings\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\ProgramData\Application Data\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\ProgramData\Desktop\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\ProgramData\Documents\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\ProgramData\Favorites\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\ProgramData\Start Menu\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\ProgramData\Templates\
E 03:54:14 FindFirstFile Failed!
E 03:54:14 FindFileName: c:\System Volume Information\*
E 03:54:14 Reason: Access is denied.
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\All Users\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default User\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\Application Data\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\Cookies\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\Local Settings\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\My Documents\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\NetHood\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\PrintHood\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\Recent\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\SendTo\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\Start Menu\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\Templates\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\AppData\Local\Application Data\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\AppData\Local\History\
W 03:54:14 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\AppData\Local\Temporary Internet Files\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\Documents\My Music\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\Documents\My Pictures\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\69\Documents\My Videos\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\Application Data\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\Cookies\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\Local Settings\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\My Documents\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\NetHood\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\PrintHood\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\Recent\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\SendTo\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\Start Menu\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\Templates\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Application Data\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\History\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Temporary Internet Files\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\Documents\My Music\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\Documents\My Pictures\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Default\Documents\My Videos\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Public\Documents\My Music\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Public\Documents\My Pictures\
W 03:54:15 Skipped Reparse Point Folder: c:\Users\Public\Documents\My Videos\
E 03:54:23 FindFirstFile Failed!
E 03:54:23 FindFileName: c:\WINDOWS\System32\LogFiles\WMI\RtBackup\*
E 03:54:23 Reason: Access is denied.
E 03:54:34 Operation Aborted! - Duration: 00:00:25
I 03:54:43 Close Request Acknowledged
I 03:54:43 Closing Down...
I 03:54:43 Shutting down SPTI...
I 03:54:43 ImgBurn closed!
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#2 LIGHTNING UK!

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 09:04 AM

Use a proper hdd backup/clone program, not ImgBurn.

Something like Macrium Reflect should do the job - or stick with Acronis if you have the actual program.
Please don't PM me with questions that should be posted in the forum. I won't reply - Especially if you have post count of 0!!!

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#3 GaDawg69

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 09:09 AM

Use a proper hdd backup/clone program, not ImgBurn.

Something like Macrium Reflect should do the job - or stick with Acronis if you have the actual program.




I have Acronis true home 2010 with plus pack that says it has winpe iso builder in it but I dont have the bootable agent just the basics other than winpe but clueless as to how to use winpe.

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 09:12 AM

I'm sure Acronis can support their product better than I can.
Please don't PM me with questions that should be posted in the forum. I won't reply - Especially if you have post count of 0!!!

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 09:13 AM

I'm sure Acronis can support their product better than I can.



Thanks I'll start looking into acronis




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