Full system image (Acronis, Easeus, Macrium, Aomei) and reflash

Full system image (Acronis, Easeus, Macrium, Aomei) and reflash

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  • #24217
    r0n
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    • Posts: 3

    Hello,

    I currently have the tablet in order, I think it will receive it in 2 weeks (I hope…)
    I have 2 questions:

    1)
    Is it possible to do a full system image.
    With system image I mean like the FULL-backup-image you can make of your pc with applications like:
    Acronis, Easeus, Macrium, Aomei,…
    Which you can restore from bare-metal (meaning: when pc is formatted). After restoring the backup-image you have your OS, settings and applications back exactly like the moment you made the bakup-image.

    2)
    I read in the CHUWI forum the official instructions for re-flashing:
    http://forum.chuwi.com/thread-15-1-1.html

    However the third step still leaves me unclear:

    The tablet connects Hub. Put the USB flash disk into the Hub, and then plug the Hub in keyboard as the picture shows:

    ….
    image: http://blog.chuwi.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/put-the-second-USB-flash-disk-in-NTFS-format-into-the-HUB-1024×685.jpg
    ….

    put the second USB flash disk in NTFS format into the HUB
    The ports in the hub are in order. The first USB flash disk should be put into the port firstly.
    Please press the power button of the tablet and simultaneously click “F7”of the keyboard continuously to enter the boot mode.
    And then put the second USB flash disk in NTFS format into the HUB.

    Choose the first row to flash the system automatically.

    If someone could clarify, I would really appreciate it.
    Or is there another place where it’s properly explained?

    #24227
    Laura
    Participant
    • Posts: 296

    yes you can backup the whole drive with such tools. you just need an uefi bootable usb

    #24233
    r0n
    Participant
    • Posts: 3

    thank you!

    #24284
    Chris G
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    • Posts: 2674

    @tester I recommend using the Windows backup image. it takes an exact snapshot of the image in its current state with the recovery intact. It’s saved me a few times from big issues. It’s under Update and System, Backup, then Go to Backup and Restore (Windows 7) It’s called create a system image.

    create a system image back up

    create a system image back up

     

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    #24286
    r0n
    Participant
    • Posts: 3

    That’s very good to know!
    Thank you!

    #35485
    gerdfranzm
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    • Posts: 7

    I made a system image with this windows option on my micro SD card.

    How do you restore it (when needed)?

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