05-07-2012 01:09 PM
strange behaviour of windows 7 prof 64b (programs wouldn't start, no network access) after trying to unlock my mobile phone led me to attempt to restore drive C:
Restore process by boot-CD starts fine from external USB-drive but after 2/3rds of completion it stops and causes this message: "error EA390013: At end of something"
I tried different backup sets (backup was every 2 hours), with and without deletion of the target drive.
Computer is a Sony Vaio notebook with double SSD drive in RAID 0 configuration.
I really hope, someone can give me some good advice.
I need my computer urgently.
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05-08-2012 03:45 AM
I managed to restore my backup set to an empty external USB-drive.
So the backup set doesn't seem to be faulty.
But why isn't it possible to restore it to the original drive???
05-08-2012 10:54 AM - edited 05-08-2012 11:29 AM
While booted to the restore disk, wipe the disk you are restoring clean. Open the command prompt and follow the instructions here, starting with step #3. When you get to #11, don't worry about creating a new partition as the Ghost restore will do this.
ENSURE THAT YOU ARE WIPING THE CORRECT DISK AND THAT YOU DO NOT WIPE THE DISK WITH THE IMAGE FILE ON IT!!!
Once done, reboot the computer back into the SRD, and attempt the restore.
05-09-2012 02:31 PM
Thanks for the hints.
After successfully restoring I found out that all my backup sets were corrupt.
I hadn't realized, because at the end of the working day I always close the lid of the NB, what means 'standby' in my configuration.
Now I have a clean new installation.
For all the data and configuration the backup was essential though.
Now I reboot more often...