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Macrium Reflect Free BSODS


kado897

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W8CP 32bit in VMPlayer. Macrium Free installs correctly and apparently does an image of system and c correctly but when you reboot you get a BSOD.

Page fault in a non paged area. The system reboots and tries again. Fails with the same BSOD then reboots into system recovery and recovers to an earlier point in time.

This may be a VMPlayer problem but is probably Macrium. It might be worth someone with a real machine trying it.
 

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I had BSOSs on normal install W8Cp 32bit aswell.

I wasn't sure what caused it, as I had done tons of change without reboot.

But I refreshed it and traced back all my work with frequent restarts and system restore points.
Had no BSODs this time.

The only thing different was Macrium Reflect free. As I used cold Clonezilla backup this time.

So, now I am quite sure it is problem with Macrium.
 

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OK thanks for the confirmation.
 

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I think macrium was ok in WDP - so it appears to be an issue with WCP.

The wcp setup.exe thing told me paragon wouldn't work.

It is working ok so far ( that is paragon v12 - also a beta ) probably the earlier v11 paragons won't work.

You could try Easeus - I haven't tried it yet - but my guess is it will be ok.
 

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Yes. I managed to run Macrium OK on WDP also.
 

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I've just retried the latest version of Macrium Free in a clean install in VirtualBox this time. This time I had no problems either with the backup or a subsequent restore so whether the original problem with the BSOD was due to Macrium is debatable.
 

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I am running Win8 CP 64bit on dual-boot and on March 4 installed Macrium Free version 5.0.4286 64bit with no problems. Last week I used it to do a restore on Win8 with not problems. Just got a new update yesterday to 5.0.4354 and all is well. Do you remember what version you had a problem with?

Jim :cool:
 

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It was 5.0.4286 32bit. I wonder if that was it. My VBox installation is 64bit and VMPlayer was 32bit.
 

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I think macrium is ok.

As long as you haven't chosen X as your os drive letter - then you will be in all sorts of trouble.
 

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I think macrium is ok.

As long as you haven't chosen X as your os drive letter - then you will be in all sorts of trouble.
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If you are using X as your o/s drive letter (instead of the usual C ) , Macrium thinks it is running in windows pe - very strange but there you go.

As you know, PE uses X as the default letter - nevertheless, it is an odd way for macrium to determine where it thinks it is.
 

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Thank you Gentlemen for coming to a consensus and better results than on previous tests. PHeww. Just system imaged with Macrium yesterday. Haven't desired to run a restore to find out. Maybe I should. I know the Windows Seven Backup lets you create a disk that is to be called Windows 8 Consumer Preview and the actions are different than the WinPE startup actions.
Thanks for keeping us updated!
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If you are using X as your o/s drive letter (instead of the usual C ) , Macrium thinks it is running in windows pe - very strange but there you go.

As you know, PE uses X as the default letter - nevertheless, it is an odd way for macrium to determine where it thinks it is.
Ah yes I wondered if it had anything to do with the PE but thought just the PE might be confused. Indeed it is an odd way to determine if the PE is running.
 

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The latest version of Macrium claims to support W8CP.

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    The Splash screen was momentarily shown during scheduled task startup. This has been resolved.
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    A ReDeploy issue was reported where certain RAID Controllers would not be correctly catered for. This has been resolved.
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    If the XML View tab was selected and an XML file was deleted from the list then a 'Page cannot be found' error was displayed. This has been resolved
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