Question System image error

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I’m trying to create a system image back up and keep getting this error (0x807800C5) under additional information I also got (0xC03A0014) I have also got a EFI error but only once
 
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3080 10850 or 800k idk which windows 10 and I don’t know how to send pictures also this pops up when you I’m trying to do a system image
I’m trying to create a system image back up and keep getting this error (0x807800C5) I have also got a EFI error but only once
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Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS information.

What/how are you going about creating the image?

Software, procedure, where the image is being sent (destination) etc.?
Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS information.

What/how are you going about creating the image?

Software, procedure, where the image is being sent (destination) etc.?
Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS information.

What/how are you going about creating the image?

Software, procedure, where the image is being sent (destination) etc.?
 
Mar 17, 2022
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Motherboard is evga Z490 sorry had to go check and idk if you need my ssd name and if you do I have to find it cause idk what it is
Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS information.

What/how are you going about creating the image?

Software, procedure, where the image is being sent (destination) etc.?
 
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Tell me how to send pictures and I can send them to you but system image can be found by going to settings on windows no software is involved then going to updates and security then going to backup then backup and restore them on the left there system image which is where my problem begins
A "system image" with what software and procedure?

And we need a FULL parts list, of everything in this system. Make/model of everything.
 

Lafong

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no software is involved

You ought to get some software involved if you intend to image. That's Microsoft's own advice.

Something other than Windows own imaging capability....it is the dullest knife in the drawer and no longer under development. Fussy, inflexible, not easily understood unless you are familiar with its quirks and how to work around them. Why bother with it?
 
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Windows 10 also a system image is supposedly designed to back up practically everything and will be back up on a 2tb external hard drive .
Windows 7 OS - correct?

What folders are to be backed up and where is the target/destination for the backed up folders and their respective contents?
 

Ralston18

Titan
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The window image presented in Post #10 is showing Windows 7....

= = = =

Target drive is an external 2 TB HDD - USB connection?

How is the 2 TB External HDD powered - USB from host computer or does the HDD have its' own power supply?
 
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USB connected also windows is just dumb and it says that it works for the same 4 windows 10 here’s a tutorial on what I’m trying to do
View: https://youtu.be/UKeEBEtuz1E
The window image presented in Post #10 is showing Windows 7....

= = = =

Target drive is an external 2 TB HDD - USB connection?

How is the 2 TB External HDD powered - USB from host computer or does the HDD have its' own power supply?
 

Ralston18

Titan
Moderator
@USAFRet - thanks.

@Bcawesomer :

My recommendation would be to try Macrium Reflect free.

I had been using Macrium Reflect for quite awhile and now have the paid version.

There may be other imaging software recommendations posted.

However it is very easy to download and test free Macrium Reflect in the meantime.
 

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