backup and restore
I want to backup My Documents, restore my laptop Aspire to factory OS load, and then restore My Documents.
What is a support operation or there will be problems with file permissions when you try to restore the data?
I never had done permission problems this kind of backup and restore.
I suggest to create a custom folder and copy the contents of 'my documents', instead of directly copy the folder 'My Documents '.
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How to manually backup and restore iphone content (texts, contacts, data apps) and apps?
What do you mean by "back up manually? Do you mean back up some data like contacts, texts selectively?
Or you don't want the automatic upward, instead, you want to manually create upward?
My hard drive is about to fail on my Windows 7 Satellite P750; I get warnings of impending failure for a month now. I bought a hard drive again, and he's ready to go, but I am unable to create a backup and restore point. I get an error message 0 x 81000037: "snapshots of files cannot be read.
Let me give you a part of the history of my machine before we get to the question. Windows 7 is pre-installed on this machine. A year ago, I created a new partition and installed Linux. Linux then took over the responsibilities of the boot. A couple of weeks, I deleted the Linux partition. This gave me a problem because the computer could not start. Fortunately I had recently created a return upwards and the restore point, and during the process, I was asked if I wanted to create a Windows 7 Home Premium repair disc. I could use this CD to access a command line tool that makes the new bootable machine.
However, I have more a hidden on my machine boot partition (at least according to the disk management snap-in I'm not). Now, I get the above error when I try to create a new backup and restore point. I don't have a copy of the previous backup and restore point (I deleted it to make room for a new).
From my research, apparently, one of the possible causes of the error 0 x 81000037 is related to the size of the hidden boot partition. Because I do not have the hidden boot partition I fear this could be the cause.
There are other possible causes of this error. For example, a virus that the antivirus refuses to give access to during the back up and restore the partition, and junction points in to save readers who are the mounted volumes. I ran a full scan on my computer and cannot find any threats. I checked my junction points (which are a bit) and none are mounted drives.
This brings me to suspect that the lack of a boot partition is the problem. I saw in the forums of some suggest it is better to back up all my data in the traditional way (already done, since you ask), install the new drive to hard and then reinstall Windows 7.
So eventually, we get to my question!
Windows 7 is installed on my machine, I think that I don't have the disks to reinstall on a new hard drive. Is this correct? I am able to get a copy?
To be honest, I wouldn't reinstall Windows on a hard disk again, rather than using a return to the top of the spirit and point of restoration. I have a LOT of programs and rubbish that have accumulated in it in the (almost) last 3 years.
Thank you for your patience. If there are some details that might be useful, but I left out (I'm sure there is) please let me know.
> I think Windows 7 is installed on my machine, that I don't have the disks to reinstall on a new hard drive. Is this correct? I am able to get a copy?
You have not all discs because Toshiba provides clean recovery disc creator software which is always pre-installed on new laptop computers.
This recovery disk tool or support of creator creates the recovery disk that can be used to recover the laptop.
It was a big mistake not to create this disk, however, you have the possibility to order this disc here:
When I bought my computer I did not receive the Windows XP disks. I want to make a backup of the entire system on an external hard drive, as opposed to the individual file backup. All the help files I've found say to insert the XP disc. Then I found the Backup Wizard online and install it directly to my computer?
Since the Microsoft Answers forum does not have any kind of information system request when a new question is asked, we know absolutely nothing about your system. Not knowing the basic information a problem prolongs the frustration and the agony of these issues.
Thank you MS Answers, allowing the resolution of simple problems as frustrating and a lot of time as possible.
If you are using XP Home Edition, you will need to install the XP Backup utility yourself and here are some instructions on how to do it.
If you are not using XP Home and XP backup is to give you some grief, try to describe the issue in more detail.
The backup program is automatically installed on XP Professional, but not on XP Home. If you have the genuine bootable XP Home installation CD, insert it into your system and navigate to this folder:
Double-click the Ntbackup.msi file to start the installation.
Here is a nice article from Microsoft which tell you all this:
Here is another article that explains how to:
If you don't have an installation CD and need to download the Ntbackup.msi file, here is the link if you can download:
If you are using in relying on the built in NT backup to back up your system, it is the primitive technology (obviously - because you will be asked for a floppy disk). If you have a disaster (even minor), you will have a big problem, trying to recovery your stuff, if you don't have a floppy drive.
If you want to make a backup, it makes sense to use modern technology - and that the technology is not integrated into XP.
There are many popular options for XP Backup and imaging software (s) of third parties.
A people a popular seem to love East of Acronis.
With this (free 30 day trial) you backup, you can make a bootable CD or bootable USB (which is modern, huh?) and use than disaster.
They used to have a completely free version - maybe no more - just the trial, then you must buy it, but it is highly respected.
It is so much more robust than the XP Backup, it's laughable.
Many other options if you do a little research on Google...
Here are a few products that PML has proposed may be attractive (use Google to find them):
Paragon backup and restore
Some disk cloning software for you to Google ideas:
Acronis True Image Home 11
EASEUS ToDo Backup
Paragon Drive Copy or Partition Manager Personal
Dear Madam, dear Sir
Upgraded my laptop HP DV7 Vista Home Premium to Ultimate, mainly to use Windows complete PC Backup and Restore.
The restore time and unfortunately no option in the boot menu at startup to restore system from images. No menu advanced etc. I guess starting always remains at the level of the premium and does not provide "Windows complete PC Backup and Restore" restore options.
Grants menu of system restore points, with only the last good restore point and no option to select point of previous restoration or system image to restore from.
Mmmm nice ideas...
Thanks in advance
Complete PC Backup is designed for the reinstallation of the operating system that you have backed up.
You access it to start from a Vista DVD.
To restore a full backup of the computer, you must proceed within the Windows recovery environment. To access the Windows recovery environment, you will need to insert your Vista DVD in the DVD drive on your computer and turn on your computer.
See you soon.
I was having a problem with my computer laptop windows startup and now have hooked to an external monitor, allowing me to use the computer in safe mode. I've send the laptop for repair in the next few days and would like very to save all this as the problem with is probably the hard drive or motherboard. Thus, after a search in the help and support available on the computer, I found a link to the backup and Restore Center (for some reason that I'm not able to access it through the control panel). When you click on the link nothing happens... it is not possible to use the backup and Restore Center while running in safe mode?
If it is possible, and I'm just computer illiterate it please let me know how I should do it, I'd rather a lot do not have to install all my programs when I get my computer.
Thanks for your help.
The backup and restore service is not running in Mode safe and you will not be able to perform a backup. I suggest that you manually copy files (personal folders) to an external source using Windows Explorer. You will be able to copy the files. However, you will not be able to save the data of the program such as backup and restore does not work as you are not able to start the computer in normal mode.
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I try to use Backup and Restore. When I click on the back of the files, I get a pop-up box that asks me to format the drive. After clicking on the Format, the following pop up box says unsuccessful Format. Sometimes, he also disk write-protected. I use Vista Home Premium and using an optical DVD +/-RW drive. I was unable to find anything on it. Has anyone else had this problem? What I can do. I check all the settings I can. Thanks for any help.
Would you consider investing in an external USB drive and use it as your backup media. This will work part-time full support until CD as the only hold about 700 MB of data and your hard drive is perhaps in a fit of 250 GB, what amounts to a large number of CD on current prices an external drive will pay for itself within a very short time and you are mucking around with several CD
He needs that a defective CD or an unexpected shutdown to occur and you may lose all your backup met before this type of failure. If you must use the CD then just use them to backup your important data. If you need to perform a full restore, it may be faster in the long term to perform a recovery operation by using your installation media rather than feeding in a multitude of CD.
One thing that I met, if you buy the CD on the main roads, is that, if they are not stored properly, at home or in a store, the last few CD inside tend to stick to the neighbor CD, which is not a good thing.
My personal choice is to use a third-party imaging software to back up the entire partition or drive. I save on a different hard drive installed. You can use the external hard drive, I tried to sell you. The entire backup (40 GB) takes about 10 minutes, with a restoration taking around the same time. I double save my data more valuable, as well, of other external media, like USB, DVD, etc.
Acronis True Image 10 Home
I made a backup of my personal files of Vista on a Flash drive with the Restore Wizard and back; Then I re-installed Windows Vista. When I tried to restore my backup, I get the message that there is no backup file on the computer.
This is the reason for no backup file on the computer, you need to use the advanced option, etc.
«3 click the restore files .» (See screenshot below)
NOTE: To restore a backup that is not shown here, click Advanced Restore Options instead, click Advanced Restore Options (Restore files from a backup made on a different computer). »
I never tried to use Vista backup and Restore Wizard to back up files to a Flash drive for this reason:
No backup files on the same hard disk that Windows is installed. For example, to make the back not files on a recovery partition.
Always store media used for backups (external hard disks, DVDs, or CDs) in a place course
Try to restore from a backup cd. I get "There is no backup available on this computer" I have Windows vista home premlium. Back up the files, about a week ago. I had to do a recovery on my laptop (put it when I got it)
Thanks for your help - I could get my tax files and other files buy just copy them from the CD/DVD on my hard drive. It worked, now I'm afraid to try backup and restore because I don't think it works.
Once again thank you
I'm trying to make a backup of the windows backup and Restore Center | I can't do what I get an error saying message cannot find the file specified 0 x 80070002. can someone give me an answer on how to fix this so I can do the same
You did changes to the computer before the show?
Please follow the steps from the link below.
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/979281 (applies to Windows Vista)
I need to get these procedures to back up and restore the registry in Windows Vista
How to back up and restore the Vista registry
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
Not able to install Sony Erricson backup and restore software, please help me.
Thank you very much in advance...
What phone do you have... ??
Xperia x 10... ??
Use one of these links to download the
Backup & restore app
How to install it
go to settings-> applications-> check unknown sources
Download OI File Manager
Download application backup & restore, transfer to your SD card, use OI file manager to find-> tap on it-> install
I've recently updated 4.4.4 5.02. All right, except that I made my backup "backup and restore" app on my Z2 4.4.4. Now the problem is, 5.02 B & R specific app that my file is now inconsistent.
I searched Google for any work around and try to download a few non-preloaded xperia Z2 apks but does not. Have also searched this forum but found nothing.
Can someone please direct me to a site or a link to the apk Z2 B & R? Or better yet, does anyone know how can recover my files without rooting the phone?
Really need your help guys.
I tried moving forward, but the application does not work correctly.
BTW, thanks for KLA guys for your help. I was able to fix it myself. I have a colleague with a z. fired my SD card on the phone and restore it from there. Good thing she was at the time still to 4.4.4. Recovery could all but applications backed up using Xperia transfer to Mobile.
Guys you did remember the backup and restore of the Z1 App? that can be completely backup and restore applications and data. But in Z3, you can back up and restore something!
Nor on the Z1, the app would not save all the data and applications.
I was using the Microsoft Backup and Restore Center to halfway through the backup I had an OX800704D3 error and he abandoned the backup, I don't have any idea.
1. Since when are you facing this problem?
2. did you of recent changes to the computer before this problem?
3. who is the backup utility you use?
I suggest you follow these methods and check.
Method 1: Check if the shadow copy of Volume run:
(a) click Start.
(b) in the search box, type Servcies.msc
shadow copy Volume c) right-click and go to properties.
(d) select Automatic (Delayed) in the menu Start menu type drop-down.
Check if there is enough disk space to perform the backup on your computer. You can also use Disk Cleanup to free disk space and try to perform the backup.
Method 3: Set the active partition.
1. Click Start, type diskmgmt.msc and press ENTER.
2. right click on the C: partition and select Mark partition as active (by default the c: has windows installed on it. If you have installed windows vista on any other drive, then select this partition).
3. close Disk Manager.
I suggest you follow the advice given by Tim Quan in the link below.
Note: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs.
I hope this helps.
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