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You'll have to restore this 100mb partition and also restore that older version of the C drive at the same time. However, WHS dumps the 64bit drivers into the "Windows Home Server Restore Drivers" folder. The troublesome one is also a Realtek adapter.) Meanwhile I use for these restore scenarios a external SSD with Windows to Go (created via Windows 10 Enterprise edition 1511) as boot I think the point is having to troubleshoot, come up with a work around, invoke an MVP...lol. have a peek at this web-site

Do not assign a drive letter or drive path, remove it if it defaults you one. Hello,   Thanks Drashna for your help   I will try your WHS Client Restore v1.4 version   My PC client  motherboard is an Asus P4P800 deluxe with an integrated Lan Which I have done on numerous occasions. Unfortunately, there is no way to figure out if there is a network connectivity issue while in the wizard that I could see.

Windows Home Server Restore Cannot Find Server

It truly is that easy. Regards Mike Regards Mike Wednesday, January 19, 2011 3:27 PM Reply | Quote  © 2016 Microsoft Corporation. So I thought I would restore the whole system from WHS (HP MediaSmart with PP 3). It may be a problem with my WHS 2011, as I tried running Client Restore from the server and it wouldn't open the image, just saw the spinning circle, but never

This Xfiles disk can see my server but locks up when adding my RAID drivers. Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Drashna Jaelre (WGS) 314 Tinkerer Lead Moderator 314 11640 posts Gender:Male Location:San Diego, CA, USA Interests:Computers, Home Server (obviously), math, Open WHS console, open a previous backup from the client you want to recover.

What I do is back up my Hyper-V server to a share on WHS using the Server 2008 R2 built in backup program. Now Windows Home Server will restore your drive. Best greetings from Germany Olaf Wednesday, June 29, 2016 7:23 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Thank you Olaf for your response. I have recovered a notebook, desktop, and my single domain controller (what a trip that last one was!).

Privacy statement Community Resources O365 Technical Network MSDN Forums UserVoice Stack Overflow Follow Us Twitter Facebook Office Dev Blog © 2016 Microsoft United States - English Terms of Use Trademarks Privacy I am considering building a Bart PE boot CD using Server 2003 files, then running the restorecdinit.exe file. Any advice you have would be welcome! What NIC are you using?

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I have the WHS Client installed on it and backups are running nightly with no problems with the EX495. In this case, make very sure you have the right driver for your NIC chipset, and the Vista x86 version of that driver. Windows Home Server Restore Cannot Find Server Note: For this process to work you need to verify the PC you want to restore is connected to your network via Ethernet. Driverpacks Net It's an ISO.

so we will be starting to see driver issues go away…. Check This Out Now insert the CD that came with the PC you want to recover into the working client. I'm pretty sure this is a driver issue, you shouldn't have to change anything on the router if things was working before. The network adapter involved here is Atheros AR8121 which apparently has the same problem as the Realtek drivers mentioned in this FAQ: http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/whsfaq/thread/b14e3cf2-7b02-4569-8c26-c75b7a58d6e7 How to update Realtek NIC drivers during Bare Realtek Network Driver

So to go around this, you'll have to put your home server on a router or dhcp network. THough, even if you grab those, and put them on a usb thumb drive, you'll still probably need to create a "drivers.lst" file (text file with full path to all the Back to top #18 ikon ikon HSS Elite Genius Donating Member 16,090 posts Posted 10 June 2012 - 10:31 AM Recently I have seen probelms at home with a new router Source It has to have 32-bit drivers to work.

Any help would be appreciated. No article I've found mentions about the "hidden system partition" of a windows 7 installation. Thank you so much for your hard work and time.

I am running Win 7 64 BIT and all I wanted to do was restore to a larger hard drive.

If at first you don't succeed, do it like your mother told you. We will call this USB Thumb Drive #1. THANK YOU!!!! It seemed to me then, that the issue had to be more fundamental and probably lay in network connectivity as mentioned above.

I had to do it earlier today. If no, please try it. Thank you!!!!!! http://macinstruct.net/cannot-find/windows-7-image-restore-cannot-find-image.html What will make this machine find the server???

If yes, we are down to the interaction between Windows PE (theoutdated version, which comes from he server) and the network card driver (not each one will work in Windows PE). The problem is, when I get to the server using Client Restore, and I select the backup I want to restore, it never gets to the screen that offers me the Thanks for all the help. Next you will need to find out what motherboard you have (if your network interface card is built into the mother board as all of mine are.

Is there something that first must be done to the flash drive before I copy the files in the RAR to the flash drive? Same as everyone above. Reply ToddM says: 13 Apr 2011 at 7:41 am Unknown on UnknownDrashna, I am trying to restore backup from a Windows7 64-bit Gateway SX-2800 and I was able to load a I finally downloaded Drashna's XFiles ISO posted above...   That worked like a charm!!!

I may have to look at the server essentials in place of WHS. Our router (wrt54gl Tomato) uses static DHCP so all our devices get assigned as static address. Best greetings from Germany Olaf Thursday, June 30, 2016 12:47 PM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Thanks for your suggestions. everything will be 64bit..

I click INSTALL. Any other thoughts? APIPA isn't a workaround, it's a standard way to deal with dynamic addressing in the absence of a DHCP server.