NBRT FILE FAILS TO START WHEN BOOTING FROM USB DRIVE
Posted: 29-Jan-2022 | 5:22AM · 20 Replies · Permalink
There are several comments/questions on the community concerning my issue but I can't find an answer to these questions concerning the error received when a pc is booted using USB with NBRT.
Here is my situation:
I am using a hp all-in-one, 23-q140t, W10, updated to latest ver.
When booting from the USB device, an error "Unable to continue - X Error - Error occurred while accessing target disk drive partitions", is received and booting is stopped from advancing.
I have learned how to change the boot sequence from UEFI to Legacy and then to USB boot.
I have learned how to use the USB bootable to start the pc and enter the BIOS to select the USB to boot.
The NBRT starts, the big N circle appears, the countdown begins and appears to progress.
I get to the point of Selecting Language and then agreeing to the license agreement by clicking OK at bottom right of screen.
The error message then appears. I click on the OK and the computer goes into a normal boot and the pc appears to be normal and functional.
If at all possible, if a moderator/forum Gurus/contributor would provide that this is NOT fixable, I can move on and go to another program/software. We all pay Norton good money and if their tools won't work with their software, to recover our PCs, then it would be good to know now before it is truly needed and our PCs are turned to dead monitors.
Questions? What is causing the Error, and what is the fix to allow NBRT to load and perform its' intended function?
Thanks in advance for any assistance.
Re: NBRT FILE FAILS TO START WHEN BOOTING FROM USB DRIVE
Posted: 19-Feb-2022 | 3:58PM · Permalink
My simplest answer is, "image" the entire drive contents with Macrium Reflect. Those images can be "mounted" on the drive you have the backup on via file explorer, without the need to reinstall the entire backup, you can pull the files you need. And of course you can reimage the hard drive in the case of a catastrophe. It is of course simple to use.
Staying with Norton for protection is indeed a great choice on your part as well.