Hi, I'm not really sure where to put this thread, as it is kind of a cross-platform question... It mainly involves Windows 7, but on Apple hardware (and thus Apple Boot Camp drivers and software).
The issue is this. My hard drive was disgustingly partitioned and the Boot Camp Windows partition was unreadable from the OSX side, so I saved a system image, erased the Boot Camp partition, and reinstalled Windows, thinking I could simply re-image the partition once I was done.
...Wish I had known about WinClone before all of this. But what's done is done, and now I have a problem. Windows 7, in repair mode, doesn't detect any external hardware, which means it doesn't detect my external hard drive and thus can't see my backup image. I can see the external drive just fine when I'm booted into Windows, but not in repair mode. So I can't seem to re-image the partition. I'm a little worried about using alternative software to the Windows default software, too... I only want to image the partition, not the whole drive, and I know from others' experiences that the built-in image restore only restores the partition.
Edited by hamluis, 19 July 2016 - 05:58 PM.
Moved from Win 7 to BackUP/Imaging - Hamluis.