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Windows 7 System Image - Restore Non-RAID To RAID 0+1
Needed to edit its registry offline. 13. AHCI or SATA/IDE all work for me without problems. Full Review CRONOS RGB 3D 7.1 Surround Sound PC Gaming Headset Reviewed by Jedson3614 Thermaltake has taken a strong hold on the peripheral market with their Tt eSports set of If your data is not that important to you, just do a fresh install. http://virtualdojo.net/windows-7/will-system-restore-image-installs-all-drivers-after-a-re-install-win.html
More About Us... It took me to an acronis website "PAGE CANNOT BE DISPLAYED"…so much for technical support…also I have not heard very good things about their tech support online…. I keep getting RAID volume errors. I needed Gparted to flag the restored ‘System Reserved' partition as ‘boot'. http://www.sevenforums.com/backup-restore/123200-windows-7-system-image-restore-non-raid-raid-0-1-a.html
Also, when the bios is set to RAID, and I check the Intel raid configuration while booting, it shows no array. In either or possibly both instances, you may be stuck with.... Any thoughts on what I an/should do here are most welcome. I came here because I want to change my 2 x WD Raptors, currently operating in a RAID 1 setup in Windows 7, to either a single SSD, non-RAID setup or
remove the drives that make up the Raid 0 pair and set them aside - just in case something goes very wrong, you can always go back by putting them back What else do I need to do? Reply Randy says: September 26, 2014 at 9:57 am This works but there are a lot of pitfalls depending on what your hardware configuration is. At that point, I have to go back and install the Windows backup I made to get the system back up.
I'm sorry, as I just don't have enough genuine experience with the native Windows System Image process, as I use Acronis True Image for all my disk imaging and backup needs.Click Also ensure IASTORV and IASTOR are also set to STARTUP=0. Any tips for this process would be much appreciated as I am slightly out of my depth here! http://www.overclock.net/t/537252/can-i-restore-non-raid-disk-image-onto-raid-0 Was this an image of your system drive, and do you intend to boot the restored image?
I have used Ghost to work with images on three different systems with RAID arrays, never had an issue. I'd appreciate any help I can get! The system needs to be reinstalled. Bottom line: no need to reinstall unless you have other motivations to do so.
I bought a Lenovo W541 w/raid 0 w/ two HDD (500GB each one) and I'd like to move to SSD (two 500 GB disk).
Reply Kenneth Meredith says: December 13, 2016 at 9:28 pm So, I have an older-but-upgraded to Windows 7 PC running an SQL Server at my workplace. What sucks is this SQL server is what our shop uses to feed programs to our fabrication machines. I guess there is no way of me adding in my new 1tb drive and cloning across to that instead of restoring the usb backup to it?
Reply badbod says: August 7, 2013 at 9:04 am Hi Isaac, USB should be fine. check over here I've done it before. 1). I followed your procedure/guidelines to transfer my Vista x64 Ultimate RAID0 volume over to a single physical non-RAID drive. This is different from an "Advanced Format" (AFD) drive which use 4K physical sector sizes.
Doggy says: February 15, 2014 at 2:44 am enabling to AHCI from RAID besides HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\msahci also HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\atapi in both cases change registry value of ‘start' value to 0 in all fairness Shouldn't this end up with the OS on the SSD while still keeping the RAID0 hard drives? When I stop that, remove the CD and restart the system, it will not boot from the original RAID. http://virtualdojo.net/windows-7/can-t-open-my-drive-d-raid-1.html Thanks! - Joel Reply badbod says: May 26, 2013 at 5:10 pm Hi Dj, After step 6, you can indeed insert a new drive.
Reinstalling Windows and then doing the System Image Recovery. The Prophet and the Mystery Is it offensive to use 'Saigon' instead of 'Ho Chi Minh City'? boot from recovery disk (or installation disk) 7.
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create image backup (windows backup is fine) - quickest when done to a sata hard drive, I have an hot swap slot and just slide them in 3. were broken as the HD's were not installed yet. Step 8 ) Once completed you should now be able to boot into windows. Can a Win7 Backup Image from that system be restored to a system w/o RAID; i.e.
SSD's have moved on a lot since your How To was written and they have come down in price too. How does this agreement define 'revenue'? If you have both IDE and SATA modes then try SATA, if you BSOD at step 11 then try IDE mode) Here goes -- Step 1 ) Download and install the weblink I may try to restore in a to a non RAID config and then activate RAID 0.
Make sure you backup the MBR, System Reserved (~100MB) and windows partitions. It would not boot. Picking the right model for your needs can be a difficult task given all the options to choose from.... I left BIOS configured for RAID as well.
There is a program, Intel raid management software, which I deleted, then deleted the Intel raid drivers under device manager. Top Login to post comments Sat, 2010-06-26 03:18 #2 MudCrab Offline Forum Star Joined: 2009-08-15 Posts: 4308 Are you using Dynamic Disks for RAID 0? Start by selecting the largest VHD file and click Open. Make the recovery disk when prompted.
Then I should be able to start the process! My setup really did not like the Paragon backup at all. Unplugged my two raid drives, rebooted, and change BIOS setting to IDE…. I have a RAID 0 config apparently (2 physical drives 500GB each) and about 460GB data in total.
Ideas? Wird verarbeitet... Set ATAPI to STARTUP=3 and PCIIDE to STARTUP=3. 15. IF so, do you have the replacement disks configured similarly (as raid zero) IF it was a dynamic disk software raid array then I'm not sure how you would proceed.
Obviously, after that you just restore and don't need to bother with the parts about removing drivers and changing RAID/AHCI mode etc. The RAID0 is handed by the mother board and the Kingston has software to transfer the OS.
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