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Restore either system image backup or data backup.

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acooperator
Posts: 123

Could you please concentrate with me?

I don't have any problem with my resotration
it has recovered my computer very well.
However,
could you confirm that you receive this window while your Windows boots after restoring your image by WinPE CD.
I, When I have restored my Windows via WinPE CD from image created by Macrium installed, then I exited from WinPE CD. I see my Windows while booting showed me this:
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Windows Error Recovery
Windows didn't shut .........................
Select one option from ......
1-Safe mode
2-Start Windows normally.
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When I clicked on Start Windows normally
I see Windows booted correctly

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acooperator
Posts: 123

could you confirm that you receive this window while your Windows boots after restoring your image by WinPE CD.
I, When I have restored my Windows via WinPE CD from an image created by Macrium installed, then after the rstoration completed successfully, I exited from WinPE CD. I see my Windows while booting showed me this:
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Windows Error Recovery
Windows didn't shut down correctly.........................
Select one option from ......
1-Safe mode
2-Start Windows normally.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
When I clicked on Start Windows normally
I see Windows booted correctly

However, when I have tried restoring from another image, I didn't see this window.

Posted 1 year ago
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Xhi
Xhi
Posts: 6298

It all depends what is in the image.

One way to accomplish this is to shut down the system incorrectly causing the Safe mode flag to be set. Then take an image of that system. That system when restored will go to the safe mode question.

If you take the image from a normally shut down or active system you will not get that screen upon restore.

Don't know how you did it, but those are some of the ways it could happen. In either event there would be nothing wrong with the restored system.

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acooperator
Posts: 123

Yes, I would contentedly quite agree with you, even though I didn't realise that I have created the image while Windows shut down incorrectly, which might be causing the problem while image was imaged.

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