Auto Verify: N
Verify File System: Y
Q1: How do I verify the image file? From the report, it seems that it verified the source internal drive before imaging but not the resulting image.
For any future image: you can make a change in the Macrium configuration so that images are auto-verified immediately after creation.
For this image; here's how to do it on my version of Macrium, version 7.3.5672. You probably have a newer version, so this may not apply to you.
Open the Macrium interface
I see 2 rows of tabs
top row has file, view, backup, restore, other tasks, help; IGNORE THIS ROW.
second row of tabs has backup, restore, log
Poke "restore" in this second tab.
A pane should appear on the right half of the screen, showing that .mrimg file you just made.
Highlight it if it isn't already highlighted.
You should see several options near the right side of the screen, including "other options" with a drop down arrow. Poke the arrow and you should see "verify image". Poke it.
Your image file is over 700 GB. It might take an hour or more to verify. Mine is about 30 GB and takes under 5 minutes.
"Verify" means it is readable and not corrupted. It does NOT mean you will have a happy restoration experience.....although I have NEVER had an unhappy experience.
I think there is also an option to verify when you attempt to do a restore.