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Macrium Reflect error BEX64 (Win error?) on MR startup

Q: Macrium Reflect error BEX64 (Win error?) on MR startup

Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft


Try to start clean boot Troubleshoot Application Conflicts by Performing a Clean Startup
Same problem?


I'm having same problem, but this solution didn't work for me.

VSS is autostart and running.

I've been running Macrium Reflect (free) for months on this system with no problem, but seem to remember it updated a few days ago.

Any other ideas?

BTW, I notice this thread is marked 'solved' so should I open a new thread?

Thanks, J.

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A: Macrium Reflect error BEX64 (Win error?) on MR startup

Confused.

This problem got solve with update of macrium reflect few days after this problem started. But again few days ago got other next update from macrium and now same problem happen again.

Think I'll change to Comodo backup, its free too.

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After installing win7 64bit home premium I cannot rum Macrium Reflect (free).
On startup of MR I get this msg:

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BEX64
Application Name: Reflect.exe
Application Version: 5.3.7109.0
Application Timestamp: 53ccfa37
Fault Module Name: StackHash_511e
Fault Module Version: 0.0.0.0
Fault Module Timestamp: 00000000
Exception Offset: 0000000171af0000
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Data: 0000000000000008
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 511e
Additional Information 2: 511ea21ce31ca5b9d66e08a72b3f15b4
Additional Information 3: 41bf
Additional Information 4: 41bf1755a6f43c010a107e904eb3c9eb

Searching MR forum the only lead I got was Win VSS. (MR won't let free users register for forums)
VSS is autostart and running. I re-registered VSS componentsand that didn't work.
Any ideas or help?
Thanks,
Frank

A:Macrium Reflect error BEX64 (Win error?) on MR startup

Try to start clean boot Troubleshoot Application Conflicts by Performing a Clean Startup
Same problem?

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Hi all.
I tried to do a backup with Macrium reflect from within windows 7 and I get an error and it will not finish. So I tried to do this by booting with the Macrium recue CD, same thing. It only says CRC error. After that I used windows backup and got some better info:
“ Backup encountered a problem while backing up file C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Live\Contacts\svexxxxxxxxxx.com\15.5\Failed\1CEE2F472DA531F\LogFiles\edb.log. ErrorData error (cyclic redundancy check). (0x80070017))”

I looked for that folder and found 15.5, but there was no file in it.
I am stuck. What can I do to get a backup that I can use?
Thanks
Sven

A:Macrium reflect & CRC Error

Welcome
The most common cause of a failure to back up is a failing hard drive. I would back up my stuff, NOW. I would then run a chkdsk, to fix errors and then hope that it works. Even if it does your drive may be failing, take appropriate action.
In step 4, chose correct errors
Disk Check
Then edit your first post, remove the email addy. If curious, we do not want the spambots reading it.

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I tried with my usb drive.It came as follows.I couldnot take screen shots so i'm explaining the steps dat came in the blue screen wizard.Pls help me.
Wen i opened ithe rescue.iso during booting from pendrive,a window opened As
1.Restore Wizard V5.0.4286.
2.Press next to continue.I pressed next,den
3.It said to locate the image.It showed two portions.In upper portion i selected the C drive image file wich i had stored in another drive.In the lower portion it showed my C drive(type:NTFS) and the disk space as 29.491GB.
4.Next
5.Select partition in lower section
6.I selected C(type:Primary)
7.Next
8.Choose the target disk(Select a disk to be used as the restore target)
9.Next
10.Select the drive from the following to start restoring.
But i could not see any drive there.It was fully white with no drive to select in it.Den wen i pressed next it said Please select the drive to restore or Select the target drive.But i did not find any drive in it.It was totally blank white screen.Pls help me wat to do.I'm not understanding y its not showing my C drive in it.

A:Macrium reflect usb booting error

Hi Kumaranil. Did you do what I posted here? Imaging with free Macrium

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I am attempting to use Macrium Reflect to clone my harddrive running win 8. When it starts the clone, it immediately creates a vss shadow copy on the c drive. Later when it is actually copying the drive, it fails when trying to read the shadow copy.

Is there a way in Win 8 to change the location of the shadow copy to another drive not being cloned?
 

A:macrium reflect clone error

I use Acronis, and as far as I know, you cannot Clone your drive to the same drive. The whole purpose of Cloning the drive is to have a separate drive, either internal or external ready to go in the case of a HD failure. So, if your trying to Clone onto your same drive I would think this is the problem.
 

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Have been using Macrium successfully for about a 5 full backups but ran into this VSS error this time and haven't the slightest idea what to do now. I am a fairly computer literate until it gets into these kinds of problems.

I am running W8.1 fully updated but modified with the Start 8 program on an HP Envy desktop and have been using this set-up for about a year w/o a problem and have been using Macrium Reflect for just over a month doing a full backup to an 750Gb external HD each week.

I am sending the following information but there is a very long log also if you need that.
ThanksVSS problem.docx

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today I restored an image created by macrium reflect

but now I checked event viewer and I find this error
The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first .
why ?
no power loss was done
so why that error after I restored the image with macrium reflect ?

any one of you got the same error after restoring a windows 10 image with macrium reflect ?

the pc did NOT restart or shut down unexpectedly
so why that error in event viewer every time I restore my windows 10 from an image ?

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today I restored an image created by macrium reflect

but now I checked event viewer and I find this error
The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first .
why ?
no power loss was done
so why that error after I restored the image with macrium reflect ?

any one of you got the same error after restoring a windows 10 image with macrium reflect ?

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So I was running Macrium Reflect after I did a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate on my friends laptop and I got a BSOD BAD_POOL_HEADER.

A few weeks ago, on my grandmas laptop it got a BSOD BAD_POOL_CALLER.

Is this in error in Intel systems because both are Intel and both have had an issue with ndis.sys?

When Windows was installed it installed the most up to date network driver.

Dump is attached:
Attachment 240828

Thanks for help!

A:BSOD; Macrium Reflect backup, error 0x00000019

Does look like a network related crash:

Code:
STACK_TEXT:
9808b1e4 8b0c49a5 00000000 00000018 646e5344 nt!ExAllocatePoolWithTag+0x682
9808b204 966089f7 85310a58 00000010 00000000 ndis!NdisAllocateNetBufferListContext+0x52
9808b2a4 96608c6d 86054008 85310a58 9808b2cc nwifi!MP6SendOneNBL+0x113
9808b2d4 9660923b 00000000 85000302 868f6d60 nwifi!MP6SendNBLInternal+0x51
9808b2ec 9660c3df 86054008 85310a58 00000000 nwifi!MP6Send+0x67
9808b304 8b09d4ef 871c5c08 85310a58 00000000 nwifi!FilterSendNetBufferLists+0x19
9808b324 8b09d45f 85310a58 85310a58 00000000 ndis!ndisFilterSendNetBufferLists+0x87
9808b33c 8fa76c20 868f6d60 85310a58 00000000 ndis!NdisFSendNetBufferLists+0x38
9808b3b8 8b09d62f 868f4718 85310a58 00000000 pacer!PcFilterSendNetBufferLists+0x256
9808b3e4 8b101bad 861db0e0 85310a58 00000000 ndis!ndisSendNBLToFilter+0xf2
9808b414 8b2a47b1 871dc510 85310a58 00000000 ndis!NdisSendNetBufferLists+0x162
9808b460 8b2c6e24 871dca70 00000000 00000000 tcpip!FlSendPackets+0x416
9808b4b4 8b2c5e96 8b32afa8 00000000 00000000 tcpip!IppFragmentPackets+0x2e2
9808b4ec 8b2a3889 8b32afa8 8660f1a0 85ef1df0 tcpip!IppDispatchSendPacketHelper+0x266
9808b58c 8b2a4374 00ef1d54 00000000 87fbfb80 tcpip!IppPacketizeDatagrams+0x8d6
9808b60c 8b2a1471 00000000 00000004 8b32afa8 tcpip!IppSendDatagramsCommon+0x67f
9808b62c 8b2a9cee 85efce00 9808b6b8 00000000 tcpip!IpNlpSendDatagrams+0x4b
9808b808 8b2a1b29 00000000 00000000 85fdb4b0 tcpip!UdpSendMessagesOnPathCreation+0x7c0
9808b9... Read more

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Hello,

Has the "Event 513 error" issue been solved in the latest version of Macrium Reflect (Free)?
This version: 5.2.6433 (11 November 2013)

Event 513 errors in Windows 8.1

Possible Macrium Issue?

In any case, is it currently safe to use Macrium Reflect (latest free version), from the point of view of operating system integrity (with Windows 8.1)?
I'm a little scared that this "Event 513 error" issue could corrupt Windows 8.1 in some way.
Are you using Macrium Reflect Free with no problems?

Thanks.

A:Macrium Reflect: Event 513 error issue fixed?

Macrium says that the error does not affect the backup process.

I have not had any problems running manual backups using Windows 8.1.

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Windows works fine and has been working fine, but a small nuisance has recently developed. When I empty the trash can and then right click the desktop to refresh, I get an error saying Explorer has stopped working and needs to restart. The screen then flashes and is OK. I can't be positive this is the only case, but I know I can duplicate the error when I do this.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BEX64
Application Name: Explorer.EXE
Application Version: 6.1.7601.17567
Application Timestamp: 4d672ee4
Fault Module Name: ShellExt64.dll_unloaded
Fault Module Version: 0.0.0.0
Fault Module Timestamp: 4cd9c3ec
Exception Offset: 00000000055228dc
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Data: 0000000000000008
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 1e37
Additional Information 2: 1e373e69fff075aed81f57003e66ce10
Additional Information 3: cd01
Additional Information 4: cd01fd51b304614886fd0565a29f4c85


The error persists in safe mode--I do not get a message but the screen takes a few seconds to refresh.

I have read that a virus scanner can cause this. I recently loaded ClamWin but didn't like it and uninstalled it. I also get the error even when my regular Bitdefender is turned off.

I ran "sfc /verifyonly" from command prompt as another thread suggested but there were no errors.

Could this be related to DEP? I recently moved pagefile.sys to my second drive and this worked... Read more

A:Another BEX64 Error

Make sure you make a system restore point now so you can at least get back to that if you try any upcoming suggestions...

Can you explain in more detail what you mean with a refresh of the Desktop? Why is that needed? Doesn't the trashcan property screen that you probably use to empty it, dissappear by itself after choosing to empty?

I know you did not have a full BSOD... but could you upload the info according to http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tructions.html anyway? It gives us all the info we need, including what drivers and software you use...
Thx!

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Hi there, 
I am getting a random IE crash every so often with IE 11. Here is the error. 
I have reinstalled IE 11, added it to  Data Execution Prevention, switched on software rendering instead of gpu rendering, tried to rename ntdl.dll (blue screened my pc), all to no avail. 


Internet Explorer 11 version 11.0.9600.19129.
Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name: BEX64
  Application Name: iexplore.exe
  Application Version: 11.0.9600.19130
  Application Timestamp: 5b7f2616
  Fault Module Name: StackHash_1dc2
  Fault Module Version: 0.0.0.0
  Fault Module Timestamp: 00000000
  Exception Offset: 0000000000000000
  Exception Code: c0000005
  Exception Data: 0000000000000008
  OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
  Locale ID: 6153
  Additional Information 1: 1dc2
  Additional Information 2: 1dc22fb1de37d348f27e54dbb5278e7d
  Additional Information 3: eae3
  Additional Information 4: eae36a4b5ffb27c9d33117f4125a75c2

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The title says it all: I installed the new Trial version of Adobe Premiere Pro CC and the "starting Image" appeared
but then there is an error and the programm shuts down. Im sorry for my english and my Computer is also set up in german so the protocoll of the error is also in german:

Problemsignatur:
Problemereignisname: BEX64
Anwendungsname: Adobe Premiere Pro.exe
Anwendungsversion: 7.0.0.342
Anwendungszeitstempel: 5176598d
Fehlermodulname: StackHash_1dc2
Fehlermodulversion: 0.0.0.0
Fehlermodulzeitstempel: 00000000
Ausnahmeoffset: 0000000000000000
Ausnahmecode: c0000005
Ausnahmedaten: 0000000000000008
Betriebsystemversion: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Gebietsschema-ID: 2055
Zusatzinformation 1: 1dc2
Zusatzinformation 2: 1dc22fb1de37d348f27e54dbb5278e7d
Zusatzinformation 3: eae3
Zusatzinformation 4: eae36a4b5ffb27c9d33117f4125a75c2

hope you can help me and i already thank you =)

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This is how I do it.
Works good.

First install it.
I have the paid Standard version:

Then create the recovery environment:

Then image all local drives.



I use maximum compression:

On usb:

This is how I do it.
It works good for me.

A:Using Macrium Reflect

Good tutorial for those who want to use Macrium. Acronis is more to my liking though but that's me.

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Dell computer with Intel Celeron cpu, 2.0 GHz and 3.0 gb memory.

Prior to installing Windows 7 Pro I had Vista Home Premium (came preinstalled on the pc, and had not be partitioned). I had made the rescue disks was prepared to restore to factory conditions. I even had Macrium Reflect image.

Try as I might, after Vista became very unstable, I could not get factory conditions restored. Macrium image from an external hard drive took over 24 hrs to restore the image (which would not boot either).

Finally I decided to install Windows 7 Pro. That went very well and has been activated. I then partitioned the hard drive as shown below.



I have installed the latest version of the free Macrium and created a new restore disk (and checked it). I then made an image and placed that image on drive J. I am not going to put that image on an external HDD. BTW when I booted up from the restore disk Macrium does not see drive J, it sees it as drive F.

This my question: why did it take so long to restore the Macrium image (with vista) and can anyone give me an idea why after it was restored it did not actually work.

Can I reasonally expect Macrium to work since installing Win 7?

Thanks in advance

A:Macrium Reflect

Which restore disc?

Linux or pe?

Dunno about the Linux disc , but the pe disc should show you the same drive letters you see when you are booted into windows.

Macrium is unique in doing that.

Quite useful for the average punter who only has one o/s - bit of a pain for everyone else.

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Has anyone else ever had issues with this program not finding the "start" point for the image restore? It says to use the last disc, but when I put it in, no image file shows up from within the program
 

A:Macrium Reflect

Bump. Anyone have any ideas?
 

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Hi ,,,,I took David Baileys advice and installed Macrium Reflect Free to try out.
It showed me my drives, but there is some I have not seen before,, Could someone tell me what they are and
do I need them and how can I see whats on them,, or do I need them.
Here they are:
1 WINRE (none) NTFS Primary 400 MB
2 No name (None)Fat32 (LBA) Primary 260MB
3 (None) Unformated Primary 128 MB
4 (C) NTFS Primary 674 GB
5 (none) NTFS Primary 450 MB
6 Recovery (D) NTFS Primary 23GB

I guess number 4 is the c drive with all my system and prog files and number 6 is the drive to do a boot installation recovery with but its the other 4 I am at loss with.
I do hope you can help please.
Len

A:Macrium Reflect

1,2,3,4 are partitons from Windows UEFI installation. Apparently, you updated from Windows 8 -> 8.1 and the update created an extra partition 5. 6 is your recovery image from factory.

Macrium just shows you what you have on the HD. If you open Disk Management, you would see the same thing.

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Hi everyone!

Thanks for all the prior assistance!!!

Now that I got Macrium (standard paid version) downloaded and installed.....

(see my prior discussions of how this was done on::

Macrium etc Free Software--How to avoid CNET Virus/Adware/malware prog

and

Need a new Backup & Storage program

I need help in using it for the first time....

Yes, I'm confused........

Yes, as first time is the most critical saving time....

If I do NOT make the right choices..... what happens next is not the fault of the program as the computer will automatically follow whatever commands I tell it to do.....

INCLUDING! Copying from the Empty External HDD back over and replace the "not saved for one year!!" Original HDD inside the Laptop!

That is not the direction I want the backups to be made in...

Again (to beat a dead horse----I know mjf sounds like your "broken record" phrase too), I do not have instant phone help with Macrium, where someone can walk me slowly... carefully through the various menus until I get the hang of it (not just once I usually need several calls to get it right and committed to memory or notes that I can read and follow)

Yes I read the Macrium online manual a few times...

Yes I saw whs? or who he directed me to view, You Tube video a few times.....

Somehow its not what I'm seeing... as this is the first time.... I have not set up any preferences in the list of tasks for Macrium, so its showing me ALL the possible choices...

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A:Macrium Reflect How Do I Use It?

You need to learn how to pay attention (not to mention stop writing tedious to read small novels in most of your posts) as well as get over your extreme paranoia. As several people have already told you, there already is a thread for this—Image your system with free Macrium—and there was no need to start another. Also, here is a another good tutorial on how to use Macrium Reflect (you have also been told about this).

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I had been using Macrium Reflect without any problems then about a month ago or so u couldn't use from within windows on the free edition u had to boot from a cd (windows PE) this worked if u didn't need it in a crisis .... but twice now I need it and it wont work, good alternatives any advice am I doing it wrong ?, run program in windows it tells u cant use anymore so select to run in pe after reboot, I hit F8 select the drive with disk in but windows just restarts

A:Macrium Reflect

I can still run Macrium free from within Windows ...
I'm using the latest MR free 5 version, but it worked even before updating to the latest ...

Start with a System File Check:
SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

If that doesn't find and fix issues, I'd start scanning for malware ...

Do you have a System Backup Image or Restore Point from before the problem started ?

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I have Macrium and have restored with it a couple of times with no problem. What I am wondering is that if my HD were fried and I had to get a new one, would Macrium backup to a new formated drive just as easy?

A:Macrium Reflect

In my experience yes.

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Hi.

I have a Belkin USB Network HUB F5L009, that I have set up on 2 computers.

I shall drive a 2TB SATA HDD for backup, and I use Macrium Reflect for it.

The backup works ok, nor problems.

I then would try a restore.

I booted on the PE CD disk, but now the issue came up.

The Belkin needs to be started up after boot, but this cannot be done with the
set up I use above.

Then the backup cannot be found from the restore.

How can I solve this ?

A:Macrium Reflect.

Sorry I didn't see this before ...

MR provides an option to download a utility to your PC, so that then you create the WinPE CD, it includes all the drivers from your PC on that disk. That ensures that when you boot from that CD, you will be able to access all the connected hardware. It's a utility named ReflectDC and it can be downloaded for free from the MR website.

Once installed, you will have to create and burn a new WinPE CD -- but then, it will have your drivers.

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i am looking to use macrium reflect to perform an image or clone of my system

but am new to creating back ups and bak up software. (have never used any back up software before)

also i understand i have to create a recovery cd or dvd and i have no cd drive on my pc and no external but understand it is possible to create a bootable usb version .

but as i am completely new to all this could do with some help advice info and instruction on the whole procedure.

if anyone could help it would be much apreciated.

many thanks

A:macrium reflect

Hi. In addition to asking here I'd sign up on
support.macrium.com

They may have changed it so that only licensed users may sign up. But you still should be able to search there. I know there are tutorials for making bootable USB with the rescue disc and with WinPE. Since you want basic usage info most of your questions are likely already answered there. But there are many Macrium users here and I'm sure some will chime in.

I'm still using Macrium 4.2 on my Vista machine since its tried and tested through restores. I imagine you're using 5.x.

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I have a question regarding this software. I use this for imaging my computer files its seems to work ok but I have ended up with 3 drives showing that I don't have they show to be on the computer. The only drive I use is "E" these are labeled H,I and J I want to remove them off my list I try and format them but it says they are "Write Protected". Can anyone tell me how to delete them
Thanks
Ben

A:Macrium Reflect

Can you post a screen shot of diskmanager showing all drive and partitions so we can see. Are you imaging the drive to a file or cloning drives?

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I have installed Macrium Reflect Pro to take advantage of being able to backup not only drives (or partitions) but also Folders and Files.

When I created an image of my OS drive (C), with compression set to medium, the original size was 20.2gb and the compressed file was 7.23. The ratio is 35.8%. Does that seem fairly reasonable?

When using the Folder and File option shown below:



NOTE it say it "will compress to a virtual FAT32 drive". I am not sure exactly what this means and what I would get if I had to restore it. I would appreciate it if someone can enlighten me on this.

Before I made the image, I took ownership of the folder and set permissions to maximum. I also made sure that I was showing Hidden Files and Folders.





Note the folder size is 5.74 gb before compression and the compressed image is 2.70 mb. The compression was set to medium as before and the ratio of compression is .04%. This seems very unrealistic to me. I would have expected the ratio to be 35-50%.

I was wondering if anyone else using the pro version had sees this a typical.

Thank You.

A:Macrium Reflect Pro

Hi Huffman. It's early morning and my math. might be off but - going from 5.74gb to 2.70gb appears to be 47%.

Am I missing something.

Cheers
JohnnyA

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When I was trying to install Macrium Reflect, my antivirus canceled the install and counted it as a threat. Does anyone know why?

A:Macrium Reflect

Hi,
Have you contacted Norton ?

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I just had a complete crash on a laptop running Windows Vista Home Premium (I had already checked it for spyware/viruses/etc with a computer expert). Luckily, I had imaged it earlier with Macrium Reflect (free edition - latest release). After I successfully restored the image (which was a problem in and of itself), I noticed that I'm missing files and folders. I know all about folder options and I can see all hidden files/folders. With important files missing (like every .dll in C:\Windows\system32\drivers\ or custom/personal folders), I find myself seriously wondering whether I should continue to use Macrium, since I use it on all my desktops and laptops. I've checked Macrium's forum, which you can only post to if you bought a paid version, and it seems no one over there has this problem. The only reason I would till use Macrium is because I can mount disk images and navigate via explorer. Is this problem only happening to me? Should I switch to Paragon Backup and Recovery (which narrowly outranked Macrium on Gizmo's Best Freeware website)?

A:macrium reflect

Are you still able to access System restore If so are your Restore points Missing if Not could you Run System Restore to a Point before you did the Recover

See System Restore - How to For More Information

Hope This Helps,
Josh

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I have downloaded and used Macrium Reflect Free Version to do a backup of my system, then I created a boot disk and done a restore.
I found it quite good and easy to use but was wondering if I can restore single folders or files with this software.
If anyone has any information on this I would be grateful of any info on how to do it.
Thanks

Jack

A:Macrium Reflect

Yes you can. Easiest is to double click on the backup image, Macrium will then open/mount it in a virtual drive (will look just like your C drive, only with a different letter) and you can pick and choose what you want to copy from it there.

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When you buy this program you get a Windows PE recovery download. Is Windows PE compatible with Windows 7 64 bit or is it only good on 32 bit systems.

A:Macrium Reflect

Looks like it is,

Windows Preinstallation Environment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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I have made a query on this before but my memory is getting very short these days.
Its regarding the Macrium Reflect software.
I accidently deleted a section of Microsoft Office OneNote and I want to restore it from the backup file using copy paste.
I go into the drive where my backups are stored and double click the backup file,a box comes up saying:
Select the backup or image that you wish to browse and associate a drive in explorer.
Underneath is listed the original location of the backup.
I would like to know what to do next.

Many thanks for any replies.
wallie

A:Macrium Reflect

Quote:
Select the backup or image that you wish to browse and associate a drive in explorer.


When it gets to there select the image you want to browse and it will put up a small drop box where you can choose a drive letter,

which if you do nothing will be the next available letter. Then just click OK and Reflect will start/create a virtual drive and mount the image, and you can browse/copy/etc to your heart's content.

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When I was trying to install Macrium Reflect, my antivirus canceled the install and counted it as a threat.

Does anyone know why?

A:Macrium Reflect

Where did you download from and what av are you using?

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Hi,

I have created a restore disc and I am attempting a system image to save to my external hard drive (e drive).

I am not sure which partitions I would be best to check/include - see attached photo.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

Andy

A:Help with Macrium Reflect

I'd say check the first disk and it will backup the 3 partitions (System Reserved, C, Lenovo_Part).

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Anybody tried installing Reflect ?

Back up your registry Hives first. LOL

A:Macrium Reflect

Originally Posted by SIW2


Anybody tried installing Reflect ?Back up your registry Hives first. LOL



Macrium X64....with boot recovery menu...Works GreatYep.. works fine...backed up my C drive on SSD first in case i want to return to windows 7....Booted into Macrium Recovery and using the command prompt formatted the C drive ready for clean install. Installed Windows....tweaked it up...installed my Wifi Driver using the Devicemanager..Update Driver option...fine......RAID drivers a no no...had to restart ....rebooted using External Macrium Recovery CD (my DVD slotis now a second HDD) and formated C again...Clean install without Raid Drivers and all is fine....full back up of C completed...and Added theMacrium Boot Recovery option..worksfine

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Hi I need a bigger HD and am looking to upgrade to an ocz vertex 3 to an ocz vertex 4.

Given that the hardware is similar should i be able to do this transfer? I'm only switching the HD not the mobo or anything else.

A:Macrium Reflect to new HD?

Looks pretty straight forward.

Macrium Support Forum - Restoring image to new Hard Drive

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Gday

I have been having trouble of late backing up my entire PC with Vista Ultimate, getting various errors ranging from catastrophic failure 0x8000ffff to I/O error 0x8007042D. I have tried everything from Chkdsk to erasing the shadow copies then restarting the whole process again.
Now I have heard of two good backup programmes Acronis and Macrium Reflect, both are free. However I don't mind putting my hand in my pocket and paying for the full version. (more so with Macriumm it offers a lot more for the paid version).
So I am after some opinions, which is better bang for the buck? which is easier to use etc. etc. etc.

A:Acronis or Macrium Reflect

I tried Acronis and Paragon Backup utilities (which recently gave a way a free FULL version online) both seemed a little more bloated Macrium and are at a cost.

Macrium is simple and easy to use. I truly love Macrium, but I use the free version. I too thought about paying for the full version, but from what I read and for my purposes, it doesn't serve me any point.

Macrium has SAVED me the nightmares of reinstalling Vista. If I have any problems and need to reinstall, I just used the recovery CD and replace the OS with my initial image of Vista which includes all updates, drivers up to SP2.

Secondly, I created a separate partition for User Date/Programs and created an image of those once I installed all my necessary programs and user files. These system images created on a monthly basis.

I think the paid version allows you to backup individual files and folders and also has something called "Integrated VBScript generator" which I can't answer whether its necessary or not.

Here's a great tutorial on how to use Macrium and the features the free version offers.
Imaging with free Macrium - Windows 7 Forums

Good Luck and Happy Imaging!

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Sorry, it's me again!

I started my Macrium imaging experience today with the Tecra R840 laptop (Win7 Pro 64-bit).

1- After installation, I created the Rescue disc with sucess
(I already had the 1.7 GB WAIK stored in one of my USB 3.0 external hdd, so it was done in a breeze. But...I still do not understand what is the WAIK!!! There was an option to delete the WAIK after the disc creation...I do not checked that!)

2- I imaged my entire SSD to one of my external USB 3.0 hdd (used only for backup images) (see pic) (70.4 GB in 11 minutes and the resulting image file occupied only 50% of that ).



Everything occured with no trouble at all and very friendly .

If anyone could answer these questions I would appreciate:

a- I imaged to a folder that I created (named "MacriumReflect Images) in my external hdd. Is this ok, since with windows backup I need to image directly to the root directory of the hdd ?

b- Instead of a DVD could I create a USB flash rescue bootable media?

c- Was everything in my laptop imaged?

d- In a worst scenario case (almost) like I cannot boot from windows, neither in safe mode, how can I restore my laptop to a previous imaged state?

e- I saw (via autoruns) that a service was created "ReflectService.exe" ! Is this necessary for...? What will happen if I disabled it?

f- May I backup my images? I mean, may I copy/paste the image for another external hdd just in case?

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A:Macrium Reflect Free ...I'm in :-)

Bom dia Paulo - please see some comments below.








  
Quote: Originally Posted by paulobao


If anyone could answer these questions I would appreciate:

a- I imaged to a folder that I created (named "MacriumReflect Images) in my external hdd. Is this ok, since with windows backup I need to image directly to the root directory of the hdd ?


Yes, its perfectly OK to use that folder structure.









  
Quote: Originally Posted by paulobao


b- Instead of a DVD could I create a USB flash rescue bootable media?


Yes, you can do that. Here is a tutorial that shows how to use the Linux rescue disk from USB, but if you use WinPE its exactly the same. Tip: for the rescue ISO, make sure there are no spaces in the name, or the USB will not boot.
MACRIUM REFLECT - Create Bootable Rescue USB Drive








  
Quote: Originally Posted by paulobao


c- Was everything in my laptop imaged?


Everything on the SSD was imaged.








  
Quote: Originally Posted by paulobao


d- In a worst scenario case (almost) like I cannot boot from windows, neither in safe mode, how can I restore my laptop to a previous imaged state?


Boot from the rescue iso from the USB, then browse to the image and restore it. See this:
Imaging with free Macrium








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Hi,

I have been using Macrium Reflect for several years. All of a sudden UAC pops up to get permission to run the application. This also happens overnight when my backups run. This causes the backup to just sit there waiting for me to allow. I have been running Windows 10 for several months, but this problem just began. If I set the UAC to the lowest position everything runs fine (without UAC popup) but I would rather have a higher setting in UAC or is this the way it should be?

JustDave

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I recently got a SSD and did a clean install of Win 7. I currently have a 100 MB active partition on it. My old HDD did not have the 100 MB active parttion. == When I did the image of my SSD, I have only imaged C: drive. I am thinking that I am not capturing the 100 MB active partition in my image. What do I need to do to capture the active partition? Thanks,

A:Macrium Reflect Question

Do you have a check in the box on the system reserved and C?

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I sent a query to Macrium Reflect Sales using this Form and got a reply to my question. A bit later I got an email telling me that Macrium Reflect 6 would be released "in the next few weeks." Also there was a coupon code for an additional discount when upgrading from 4.2 to 5.3.

Here's why I mention it. Once Reflect 6 comes out there will be no upgrade path from 4.2. But they are saying if you upgrade to 5.3 when 6 is released you may upgrade from 5.3 for free.

So I urge those of you who are committed to Macrium Reflect to use the form to contact sales and tell them you have heard about a discount for upgrading to 5.3. Chances are good they will email you the coupon code. I suggested this same thing on W8 forums and a forum member there said he was indeed contacted by Macrium and given the coupon code. In my case I have Macrium Standard and the regular upgrade price was $33 and change. The coupon reduced this to $20.24.

I haven't been able to find out what features will be in Reflect 6 Standard but it was a good time to upgrade anyway since my Laptop is W8 with UEFI and GPT.

A:Macrium Reflect 6 to be released soon

Thanks for the heads up!

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I want to add a SSD Drive SAMSUNG 850 PRO 2.5" 256GB SATA III 3-D Vertical Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) MZ-7KE256BW to my computer. I have done a system image of my WD drive,will I be able to install the image to the SSD drive? The WD drive has a partition on it that is not part of the image,will this be a problem. Not sure how much faster the SSD will be over my WDC WD5003AZEX-00RLFA0 ATA Device. Right now my WD drive only uses 40 gigs,so thinking the SSD 256 will be ok. I can always store fire on the WD if needed. Just trying to get a little more life out of this build.

A:Macrium Reflect and SSD drive

Originally Posted by zplugger


I want to add a SSD Drive SAMSUNG 850 PRO 2.5" 256GB SATA III 3-D Vertical Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) MZ-7KE256BW to my computer. I have done a system image of my WD drive,will I be able to install the image to the SSD drive? The WD drive has a partition on it that is not part of the image,will this be a problem. Not sure how much faster the SSD will be over my WDC WD5003AZEX-00RLFA0 ATA Device. Right now my WD drive only uses 40 gigs,so thinking the SSD 256 will be ok. I can always store fire on the WD if needed. Just trying to get a little more life out of this build.



Yes you should be able to use your Image of your C-Drive on to your new SSD, BUT....you also said that 1 partition is NOT on your image made by Macrium Reflect? This seems strange to me, because unless you un-checked that missing partition MR ALWAYS copies ALL of your partitions when you do a Complete system image.

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Recently I started having trouble creating a system image on my Dell Win 7 Laptop. I get what appears to be a common error message about being unable to find some weird file. My C: drive is 1 T, and it is close to being full, i.e. only 90 GB Free. So I downloaded Macrium Reflect Free and find it to be very confusing. I tried looking at some online videos, but none of them seem to be using this newest version that I downloaded yesterday, or at least what the videos show is not the same as what I am seeing when I run the program. The terminology used by the program seems very strange. I did what I thought was the right thing and ended up, after 4 hours, with a single file named CBF9B2FF21709F7E-00-00.mrimg. How do I know if that is really an image file of my C: drive? Now when I open Reflect again, the "bar" under what I think is my C: Drive (labeled by Reflect as "3-OS (C") shows up as red, whereas the bars under the other things (Labeled by Reflect as "MBR Disk 1") is clear and the bar under the second block (Labeled bu Reflect as "2 - RECOVERY (Y") is blue. I don't even understand the labels on the 3 blocks, much less do I understand if a useful image file has been created. I have tried looking for online help, but I haven't found any site that explains all of this. I would appreciate any advice that anyone can give me about this.
 

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Hi Folks,

I'm new to Windows (via Sony Vaio laptop with 32/64-bit Windows 7 Professional) and would like to set up a backup scheme. I have been reading the docs for Macrium Reflect which I downloaded, free edition for now to give it a try before purchasing the full edition.

I have a couple of questions first if I may. My main question is about clone vs. image. If I make a clone backup to external drive, is this backup bootable should my laptop's drive die?

By way of example for this, I've been using a iMac for the past few years. I use a backup program on it called Carbon Copy Cloner. It can make a bootable full backup to (supported) external drive. When the iMac's drive died, I simply rebooted via the external drive's bootable backup. Basically no down time and very convenient.

So I am curious if that is capable with Macrium Reflect; i.e. bootable fully functional backup to external drive.

My other question pertains to external disk size. When I create the backup to the external, can I use the extra space to store files? I'm thinking of buying a 1TB firewire or eSata external as I do video editing and need the storage space whereas my laptop that I'll be backing up has only around 80MB being used.

Thank you for your input.
Bob
Los Angeles

A:Cloning with Macrium Reflect

Cloning is not a backup. You don't restore from a clone. You transfer from drive A to drive B with a clone, but it is not a restore or backup. It's a move, in real time, from one good drive to another good drive---typically when you have run out of space and must buy another drive.

Imaging may be what you are thinking of. That is a backup and is a restore--normally after a major problem, such as disk failure or severe Windows issue.

An image is just another file. It takes up space--typically about half of the size of the occupied space on the drive represented by the image. You can put anything else on the same external, providing you have enough space.

I have a 80 GB C drive, with 30 occupied. The images of that partition range from 11 to 15 GB, depending on which app I use to make the image.

You can't boot from the image file. It must be restored to become bootable.

Direct your sights toward imaging if you are thinking about "backup" as the term is normally used.

In all likelihood, you will not need the paid version of Macrium. The free version is excellent.

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This probably belongs in the Security section because system image/reimage is probably the second most important thing after your AV.



Macrium Reflect v6.1.1225

29-Mar-2016

What's New 6.1.1225 - 29th March 2016

Server Plus - Support added for Exchange 2016
Server Plus now fully supports MS Exchange 2016 granular backup and restore

Bug Fixes

Encrypted image file access
In rare circumstances encrypted images could fail to open with v6.1.1196. This has been resolved
Out of memory error not reported for consolidation failure
On 32 bit Windows installations an 'Out of Memory' error would report 'Unknown Error'. This has been resolved
Server Plus - Email export problem
If an email had no subject, Reflect was previously unable to export it to EML or MSG file. This has been resolved.
Server Plus - Deleted email restore problem
On Exchange 2003 and 2007, if an email's content had been deleted from the Exchange server but it still had an allocated row in the Exchange database, then that row would still be visible in the Mailbox Restore wizard. When restoring folders, Mailbox Restore would try to restore these non-existent emails. This has been resolved



LINKS:

Macrium Reflect v6 Home Edition

Macrium Reflect Free

Macrium Reflect KnowledgeBase

Macrium Reflect v6 User Guide

FYI: Setup Macrium Rescue to boot from an Internal/External USB HD/SSD

A:New Macrium Reflect Update

I got that one today. I was shocked to see it since V6 out now. I'm waiting a while to see if there are any major problems before deciding if I want to shell out the shekels to upgrade my four license pack to v6.

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Looking for a Macrium Reflect Guru (such as whs for example!)

My Dell XPS Studio 1640 laptop currently has installed Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit.

I have a project this weekend to set up my PC with triple boot (XP/7/Linux)

Partly to ensure I can go back to my original setup, I purchased a full Macrium Reflect licence to make a back up of my Windows 7 installation. I bought the full version so that I could have the Windows PE restore facility as well as the standard Linux based one.

I will be using the following guide as a starting point: http://www.bl0g.co.uk/install-and-tr...nd-ubuntu.html

However, if at all possible, I would like to use Macrium Reflect to restore my original Windows 7 system to the second partition rather than having to install Windows 7 from scratch and then re-installing all my (many) applications!

Qusetion - is using Macrium Reflect like this actually possible?

Many thanks in advance!

-- white were wolf

A:Macrium Reflect question - whs?

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However, if at all possible, I would like to use Macrium Reflect to restore my original Windows 7 system to the second partition rather than having to install Windows 7 from scratch and then re-installing all my (many) applications!




Hmm, there are a lot of variables that we have to look at:

1. do you have the 100MB active partition
2. do you want to reinstall when XP and Linux are also on the system
3. what do you mean by "second Partition"

In principle you can reinstall to any partition. But you may have to fix the bootmgr (if in the 100MB partition), especially after Grub got in the middle. Let's discuss it.

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A week or so ago I was getting an error when trying to create a System Restore point. I tried a couple things and it didn't help. It then hit me that I will just do an image restore from Macrium. I had never done a restore before, but I have been faithfully backing up my docs everyday and my OS once a week. My backup OS partition will only hold six backups so when it gets full I delete the oldest three. As luck would have it I only had three backups at this point, but no problem. One is all I need. I tried the newest image and a prompt came up that it was corrupt. No problem, I had two more. The next one came up corrupt also. Well I was beginning to worry now. The third one restored OK. After thinking about this I did do one thing different with the third one. == On the first two the restore disk ejected from my DVD, I closed the drawer with the disk still in it. On the third one, I took the disk out and closed the drawer. Would this have been the reason that the first two did not restore properly? Thanks,

A:Restoring Macrium Reflect

  
Quote: Originally Posted by bigmck


Would this have been the reason that the first two did not restore properly? Thanks,


I wouldn't be surprised.

Imaging is very very touchy and not always explainable.

A couple of months ago, I made a new image with Macrium and thought I'd make a new Macrium rescue boot disk as well. I had to make 3 different boot disks to get one that would in fact boot my PC. I had to use "debug" mode in the making of the disc.

It doesn't inspire confidence, but I don't know what you can do about it.

Just accept it for what it is, expect to have problems, and plan on reinstalling Windows. If you don't have to, good, but I keep my expectations low and back up my data in other ways.

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I had been running Reflect for a while using v6, being able to schedule backups without having to enter a password but then I (foolishly?) updated my Windows 10 to the Anniversary build. Now, whenever I try to schedule a backup it keeps saying either my login or password is incorrect. I researched the Macrium forums and it told me I'm supposed to enter my Windows password but using that still didn't fix it. I reset my Windows password and tried again, Still no good.

I understand that the Anniversary build has fouled up the relationship between the MS scheduler and Reflect scheduler. I installed the latest Reflect build which is supposed to fix the problem but it hasn't! I'm not allowed to post a question in the forum as I'm using the free version.

Anyone had this problem and how can I fix it? I don't want to use it if I can't schedule backups. I don't want to buy the full version just so I can ask a question either!

Thanks for any help.

I have read the blurb put out by Macrium but to be honest, I don't understand it!

A:Macrium Reflect keeps asking for password?

This was an issue with Reflect, not updating their software to work correctly with known changes to the windows scheduling system, macrium released an update a few days ago that solves the initial issue with their software. if you have applied the update and still have the issue then it's different from the reported one

Solved New Macrium Reflect Update - Page 43 - Windows 10 Forums

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hi

will macrium reflect recognise hidden partitions?

also i was given a Macrium WinPE 5.0.4995 file from a forum member on here would that work wiith the macrium free edition download Version: 5.1.5396

also i have no cd drive so when i create the bootable usb recovery tool does it need to be made on the pc i intend to use it on? or could i create on another pc?

here is the screen shot

A:macrium reflect imaging

You can find most answers if you search their forums

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