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System Image Recovery Can't Find System Image


I am trying to restore a backup system image to my repaired pc. It is wiped clean. I have the "repair disc windows 7 64 bit" that i created in windows 7. Using windows 7 backup i have a system image backup on an external wd essentials 1tb usb hard drive. I insert the repair disc and start the system. Get to system recovery options. I have the external hard disk with the system backup image connected. Select system image recovery option. Says "windows cannot find a system image on this computer. Attach the backup hard disk or insert the final dvd from a backup set and click retry. Alternatively, close this dialog for more options.

Retry gives me the same message. Tried starting with drive attached, not attached, same result. Click cancel. Next option selected is "select a system image. " No system image listed. Hit refresh, still nothing. Top of screen says "click advanced to add a network location or install a driver for a backup device if it does not show up in the list below. "  I click on the advanced tab.

Option to "search for a system image on the network" or "install a driver. " I select install a driver. Find the right driver for the wd essential hard drive (disk.sys and partmgr.sys) and when i click on them i get "the specified location does not contain information about your hardware. "  Click ok. Can't find how to load these drivers i am being asked for. Funny thing is that on the screen where i search for driver i can see the wd essential hard drive connected to the system. I can also see the system image files but when i click on them i get the same error message, "the specified location does not contain information about your hardware. "


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Try this :

Open services (click start and type in services. Msc) and scroll down to see if there is a " windows backup " service currently. If the service is present, you can try this before trying to repair (which i do not think will be succesful!)

Backup your whole registry before you try this

1) click start and type in regedit
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4) look in each of the controlset - services folders for the "wbengine" folder. You may be missing "wbengine" in one or all of the folders but should have at least one folder with wbengine in there. You must get "wbengine" in all of the controlset folders including currentcontrolset. You cannot copy and paste keys in regedit

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5) once you find a wbengine folder. Right-click on the folder and click export.
6) save the export file as wbenginefix. Reg to your desktop, or somewhere convenient.
7) go to your desktop and right-click on the file and click edit. The file will open in notepad.
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[Hkey_local_machinesystemcontrolset001servicesw bengine]

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Registry edit disclaimer:
Important this section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click the following article number to view the article in the microsoft knowledge base:
322756 how to back up and restore the registry in windows :http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756

To back up registry : http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/back-up-the-registry

Hope it helped
Azeez nadeem - microsoft supporthi azeez , i have just purchased a dell inspiron with win 7 last week . While i was going to create system image on dvd+r the first day this computer was received , it kept on pop-up a box with message "label and insert a blank media bigger than 1gb . Please write the following label on blank media and insert it into e:" using the same disc number "1" despite numerous disc were inserted. This is exactly the same situation what tlee2microsoft had encountered, excepted that i don't need to power-down to cancel backup process.
After read through your solution above, "wbengine" file may be missing in some controlset folders. If i am not mistaken from step 13 , you want to make sure that "wbengine" is in all of the controlset folders. However , i find out that all my controlset folders " (ie controlset001 , controlset002 & currentcontrolset) already have "wbengine" file in it (with correct key location name matching the controlset folder). This mean that i am supposed to create system image to dvds with current registry of my computer , should your solution works .

Please advise if there is another solution . Or it is like what tlee2microsoft have mentioned :" according to the tutorials, my only options using the backup scheduler to create a system image are: a separate disc partition or a separate internal (or external) hard drive. It will not let me create a "system image" to a _set) of dvds using the backup scheduler. "


Posted On: 2010-08-04 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

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