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Restoring a Disk Image Backup It is important to test the steps necessary to restore a disk image in the event that a hard drive stops functioning
roject 6-5: Restoring a Disk Image Backup It is important to test the steps necessary to restore a disk image in the event that a hard drive stops functioning. In this project you will go through the steps of restoring the Macrium Reflect image backup created in Hands-On Project 6-4, although you will stop short of actually restoring the image. 1. Once the backup has finished you will create a Rescue CD. This CD will allow you to boot your computer in the event that the hard drive becomes corrupt and restore the backup. Click Other Tasks and then Create Rescue CD. 2. Select Linux-Select this option to create a Linux based recovery CD. Click Next. 3. Click Finish. Figure 6-7 Macrium Reflect screen Course Technology/Cengage Learning Hands-on Projects 223 6 4. When prompted place a blank CD disk in the tray and click OK. Reflect will now create a recovery CD. 5. When the recovery CD has been created close all windows. 6. Now boot from the recovery CD. Be sure the recovery CD is in the disk drive and restart your computer. If it does not boot from the recovery CD check the instructions for your computer to boot from a CD. When booting from the Linux CD a USB mouse may not always be recognized. If you are using a USB mouse you will want to shut down your computer and replace the USB mouse with a PS/2 mouse. 7. When the Restore Wizard dialog box appears click Next. 8. In the left pane click the location of where you stored the image backup. 9. In the right pane select the backup image that appears. 10. If you were actually restoring your image backup you would continue to proceed. However, click Cancel. 11. Remove the CD. 12. Click OK to reboot your computer.