I recently downloaded and installed WHS2011. I setup a usb flash drive via Win 7 usb/dvd download tool to install the WHS2011 on a HP EX487. Install went perfect.
However, when I tried to create a PC restore CD the iso icons were not present on the CD. But the restoring PC booted OK from the CD anyway!
When I tried to greate a restore usb flash drive as I had done successfully with the install.iso, the win 7 usb/dvd download tool give an error 'the selected file is not a vaild ISO file. Please select a vaild ISO file and try again'. I prepared the usb flash drive with diskpart per technet instructions and redownloaded the PC restore.iso for final attempt. I prepared the install.iso on same computer w/ win7 ultimate OS 32 bit. Problem seems to be win 7 usb/dvd download tool does not recognize the PC Restore.iso file! Has anyone tried this? If so, please comment!
Posted by on Jun 25 2012 (updated on Aug 12 2012) in • • I recently had a nasty brush with Intel's SSD caching dropping a drive after a firmware upgrade, requiring me to recreate my 3 drive RAID0 array, restore from my last backup, then turn on SSD caching again in the Intel Rapid Storage Technology UI. Oh well, that's why I have backups: So I dug up my restore DVD to recover, only to be greeted by this nasty error that I also get on my ThinkPad W520, so I was motivated and determined to get to the bottom of this problem. Previously, I had only been bitten by this bug when using USB boot devices. Apparently, this issue was now happening when booting from CD/DVD as well only because I had just updated 's UEFI BIOS to (previous restores earlier this year using DVD worked fine). So that left me fresh out of ways to get this system restored easily, not without solving this problem first anyway. The error I got is shown here: RestoreCDInit.exe - Application Error The exception Cannot Continue Windows cannot continue from this exception. (0xc0000025) occurred in the application at location 0xff21b477.
Click on OK to terminate the program The location number 0xff21b477 will likely vary. For example, this user reported location 0xff43b477 in this article: Failing full client restore (CD or USB key), RestoreCDInit.exe - Application Error, 0xc0000025 at location 0xff43b477 but instead, I sometimes see location 0x00680229 when trying to boot from either the: Windows Home Server 2011 or Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials recovery CD/DVD or USB key, from either: • using the Dashboard, Additional client computer backup tasks, Tools tab, Computer recovery 'Create key.' Use a computer recovery key to restore a client computer from an existing backup 2. Using the ISO files to create a CD/DVD from MSDN called: Client Restore Disc: Windows Home Server 2011 (x86 and x64) - CD (English) en_client_restore_disc_windows_home_server_2011_x86_x64_cd_658475.iso or Client Restore Disc: Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials (x86 and x64) - CD (English) en_client_restore_disc_windows_storage_server_2008_r2_essentials_x86_x64_cd_658474.iso So what is the workaround? Simple, just override the default boot for that recovery boot, choosing the UEFI version of the USB key at boot time (as concludes in the Microsoft discussion, thank you richsmif!) What does this look like? Screenshots below!
Sep 02, 2016 Need restorecd.iso for Windows Home Server. Who is using a Windows Home Server to backup. Trials Fusion Keygen For Mac on this page. But only find references to a WHS 2011 Restore CD. Point I am trying to make here is the Windows Server Backup and Recovery. ISO to a DVD and booted form the CD. Restoring Windows 7 64 Bit from WHS 2011.
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