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- Windows 2000 Professional SP4/XP Professional SP2+
- Windows 2000 Server/2000 Advanced Server/Server 2003/Server 2008/2008 R2*
- Windows MultiPoint Server 2010
- Windows SBS 2003/SBS/Foundation 2008*
- Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows Server 2003/2008/2008 R2* x64 Editions
- Windows Vista - all editions except for Vista Home Basic and Vista Home Premium
- Windows 7* - all editions except for Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Premium
Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Advanced Server SBS Edition
- Windows SBS 2003/SBS 2008* /SBS 2011
Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Server for Windows
- Backup to network is not available in Windows 7 Home Premium or Home Basic.
- Only NTFS formatted partitions can be backed up. Make sure if you’re saving to USB sticks or portable hard drives they are NTFS formatted.
- Imaging is available in Vista Business, Enterprise and Ultimate but not in Home Premium or Basic. Go to Control Panel -> Backup and Restore Center -> Back up computer. You cannot backup to network in Vista.
Windows should be activated:
Installation of System Drivers and 3rd Party Software
The whole point in installing Dell Backup and Recovery and creating a Recovery Partition is that the Recovery Partition is an image of your Clean Installation which includes all the drivers and programs you have installed. Otherwise you have a Recovery Partition which is useless and has no advantage over generic installation media.
You should install Microsoft Office and 3rd party programs.
Note the more 3rd party programs you install and files you copy over the larger the factory partition….
- Install paid programs which need some form of product activation like Microsoft Office as it will save you the hassles of reactivating them.
- You can avoid installation of an assortment of multiple free programs which update every month or so like VLC Player, Adobe Reader etc. You can get the latest versions of these when your restore to your factory image.
- I also tend to avoid installation of a security suite, it’ll be out of date by the time you restore to the Recovery Partition.
- I advise not setting up OneDrive otherwise the files downloaded offline will be incorporated into your Recovery Partition, This can cause hassles later on, for instance if you reorganise your OneDrive and then a year or so later Factory Reset, all your old files will be re-synced and this might create a mess.
- I also advise against copying over your user files (Documents, Music, Pictures, Videos) to the system until the Recovery Partition is made otherwise they will be incorporated into the Recovery Partition.
To look at the programs you have installed, right click the start button and select Program and Features:
All of these programs you have listed here will be incorporated into your Recovery Partition:
Theres no point in creating a Factory Image unless you have all the necessary system drivers installed. Right click the Start Button and open the Device Manager:
- Digital cameras
- non-iPAQ Handhelds/Smartphones
- Keyboards, accessories, and options
- Monitors and flat panels
- Printer supplies
Choose what to do with any preexisting copy of the file.
If you restore a file to a location that already contains a file of the same name, you’ll be asked to choose one of the following:
Even Action Center notifies you about the backup
Once your backup process is over, your file is ready to be restored
Windows includes a set of tools that you can use to troubleshoot and revive your system should a serious error ever occur. Collectively, these tools form what is called the WinRE (Windows Recovery Environment). Since we already have a guide on creating a recovery disc, lets take a look tools the WinRE includes.
Note: You can also boot into the WinRE without creating a disc by holding the F8 key while your computer boots, then choosing repair your computer from the advanced boot options screen. Alternatively you could also access it using your installation DVD.
- Startup Repair: Fixes certain problems that are preventing Windows from starting. For the most part it does this by verifying the integrity of core Windows files.
- System Restore: Allows you to restore your computer’s files to an earlier point in time.
- System Image Recovery: This is the option we will use to restore a system image.
- Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool: Scans your computer’s memory for corruption.
- Command Prompt: Opens a new command prompt Window from where you can run command line utilities.
In the event that your PC won’t even boot, you will want to restore your data using the system image that is included in the Windows backup. To do that, select the System Image Recovery option.
You can continue working as you back up.
Система:Windows 7 64-bitWindows 7Windows Server 2003 64-bitWindows 2000Windows XPWindows Vista 64-bitWindows Vista