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Acronis 8162: Restoring from a system-specific recovery disk image on E: Type I

Use this task to restore a server using an image made from that particular server. If restoring from a generic factory default image, use the appropriate task.
  1. Disconnect the AC power cabling from the bottom CPU/IO module.
  2. Perform the steps in this procedure on the top CPU/IO module.
  3. Make sure that media access is stopped and that the system on which you are working is not being used.
  4. Startup and in BIOS setup disable OS Boot Monitoring. Refer to related topics in this Topic Library.
  5. If you have not already done so, connect keyboard, monitor, and mouse.
  6. Do the following:
    1. Insert the Recovery CD.
    2. Restart the machine. If there is a problem restarting, hold the standby button down for five seconds to force a hard shutdown. Then press the standby button again to startup.
    The system boots from the Recovery CD. The Acronis program loads.
  7. At the startup screen, select True Image Server OEM (Full Version). The Acronis main window appears.
  8. In the Acronis main window, click Recovery. The Restore Data Wizard opens.
  9. On the Welcome page, click Next.
  10. On the Backup Archive Selection page, in the tree view expand the node for the E: partition and select the image file, then click Next.
  11. On the Restoration Type Selection page, select Restore disks or partitions and then click Next.
  12. On the Partition or Disk to Restore page, select (C:) and then click Next.
  13. On the Restored Partition Location page, select (C:) and then click Next.
  14. On the Restored Partition Type page, leave the selection at Active and then click Next.
  15. On the Restored Partition Size page, leave settings at their defaults. The size reported in the upper pane is the size detected of the actual C: partition. This should be the same as that reported in the Partition size field in the middle of the page. Free space before and Free space after should both be reported at 0 bytes. Click Next.
  16. On the Next Selection page, select No, I do not and then click Next.
  17. On the Restoration Options page, do not make any selections. Click Next.
  18. On the “…ready to proceed…” page, verify that you are restoring the correct image to the correct location. Click Proceed.
  19. On the Operation Progress page, observe the progress report.
  20. When a message appears indicating a successful recovery, click OK.
  21. Click Operations | Exit to exit the Acronis True Image program. The machine restarts automatically.
  22. Remove the recovery media while the machine is shutting down.
  23. Wait until startup processes are complete on the top CPU/IO module. Leave the module running.
  24. On the bottom CPU/IO module, connect AC power cabling. The module starts up.
  25. Restart and in BIOS setup enable OS Boot Monitoring. Refer to related topics in this Topic Library.

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