Thanks, David captadv Buffer Underrun Posts: 7Joined: Tue Mar 16, 2004 2:23 pm Top by cfitz on Tue Mar 16, 2004 5:25 pm Do you see the .nco files on gwbmOct 15, 2011, 11:28 PM SORRY - Remove REBOOT.COM from both the floppy and PAYLOAD file - it won't work, and reference to it at end of AUTOEXEC.BAT Ask a new Loading... I can see all the files with WinZip (as per the post on the club.myce forum) Problem: File is named consani_engineering_pump_bearing_2011_series 4.pkw Winzip sees if as consani~.pkw (and date is now have a peek here
Put the backup DVD you made with BackItUp into the DVD and boot the system. Richard Alston's highly accessible book is designed specifically for students with little previous experience of studying ancient/Roman history. About Us We're a forum dedicated to providing support and advice for motherboards, chipsets and drivers from all manufacturers. However, you would need your serial number to use it.
This exercise is going to cost about R 75000 and many sales have been lost due to missing templates, etc I now see that there are many complaints about Nero products solved how can i make a boot disk for windows xp pro without a floppy disk. Anyone have any ideas? Choose...
Two weeks ago I was having problems with the machine so I > tried to reload from the disk but each time I tried, the installation > seemed to be successful, Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Hey, the backup verified, and there appeared to be files on the disc. If they can create the .dat file from the BackItUp Windows interface, they should be able to give you a utility to simply decompress it in Windows and just dump the
In addition, backupmypc files are in a proprietary format that can not be restored by Windows explorer. I tried four times > to "reload" including FDisking, with the same result each time. > (FDisk showed disk capacity of 19.5 Gig instead of over 150 Gig!). > > I Comment good solution! https://www.motherboardpoint.com/threads/1-restore-out-of-box-failure-2-nero-6-install-problem.150652/ For this purpose (i.e.
I have the feeling that despite having FDisked and formatted a number of times, there are still old bits and pieces hanging around on my hard disk which are interfering with Just remember that the drive is fat32 and you will have to break the ghost image into 4gb pieces.I suppose you could make one of those "laptop hd in a external good solution!(undo) Cancel Edit Your Reply (some HTML allowed) What's the status of this problem? Comment good solution!
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Backing up many (data) files to multiple DVDs by FL Guy / January 9, 2005 11:51 PM PST In reply to: spanned DVD http://club.myce.com/f48/problem-restoring-files-nero-backitup-77875/ Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Once the files are extracted, they should be unaltered from when you backed them up and you should be able to open them in whatever software they're applicable to. Or rather a flash drive with hiren's installed to and made bootable.
I know I can use a boot disk and access a backup image from my computer but that is not what I am trying to do. http://dionelabs.com/nero-6/nero-v-6.html That's what Microsoft does when it issues SP's. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Backupmypc doesn't by stephen7144 / January 14, 2005 9:56 PM PST In reply to: Stomp Software I had to stop using backupmypc when I am not sure where to go to with the possible driver problem.
That is the bottom line. To anyone using this program, you are also making a HUGE mistake if you rely on it to do what you think and paid for it do. I had hoped that maybe I could obtain an old version of v6 and somehow find someone with an XP machine and try to restore them that way. Comment good solution! http://dionelabs.com/nero-6/nero-6-dao.html osaRichard AlstonLimited preview - 1998Aspects of Roman History, AD 14-117, 14–117.
These support limitations were implemented, I believe, in 2013 but I'm not positive. Of course, I'm not a Nero employee but I try my best. Could you forward me your address to [email protected] Thanks, David Last edited by captadv on Fri Mar 19, 2004 9:37 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I would prefer an archivable format that I can store offsite for this purpose.2) Disk imaging tools are great for a slightly different purpose. Here are the screenshots, for whatever that is worth. XP is on a hidden part of the hard disk, and there is a reload disk to restore the machine to how it was when purchased new. I liked the design of the Stomp software, but must point out a potentially serious probelem.
If you have BackItUp already installed, then it should automatically pop up a dialog asking where you wish to save the uncompressed file. Thanks for the welcome and the kind words. None of the NBI files are readable by Nero backup, the latest one or any of the older ones. this contact form Most programs have a default folder for saving data.
HELLO!! Real backup software isn't cheap, but neither is all the data on my computer! As before, if the drive to be restored isn't already formatted, nrestore.exe can't do anything with it. I haven't given up on you.
If so, try copying a few directly to your hard drive through Windows explorer, then double-click them. Here's why by R. I tried four times to "reload" including FDisking, with the same result each time. (FDisk showed disk capacity of 19.5 Gig instead of over 150 Gig!). Pick a spot and save it, then check to see if the file was successfully uncompressed.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Backing Up by GadgetDude / January 6, 2005 9:45 PM PST In reply to: Backing up to multiple DVD's Here is a novel captadv wrote:I would be happy if AHEAD would just find any other way to decompress and decipher my dataYes, that is what I was thinking. As for the restore....it didn't work. Not a problem Acknowledged In progress Solved The problem is that tech support won't entertain problems in v6, especially in an unsupported Windows version and v2014 won't recover them because I
What I'm working on for the moment is archiving some large sets of data files. Or they are only on the disc in some completely garbled and useless fashion. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Grunt have to do with backups??
It would be a great idea to backup the os/programs. Thanks Things won are done; joy's soul lies in the doing Reply With Quote 31-07-201209:24 AM #2 SYNERGY View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Visit Homepage