Next, you select the drive you want to restore.
Warning: All current available data will be lost forever.
If you need any
data from this drive, please save them before restoring the drive.
If you want to restore to a different drive then the original one, the
partition size (PartSize) has to be larger or equal to the drive size; currently
there is no resize of the disk.
First, you select the disk image file to be restored.
To aid you, all known
properties about the image at creation time are shown.
After selecting the drive, please click [Next]
Additional, you have (by using the right mouse click) the following options
for managing the disk:
Right click on [HD1]
Restore Partition Structure: deletes the existing partitioning, and
repartitions the disk like the original one; includes restoring the MBR
Restore MBR: restores just the first sector of the disk
CheckBoot: unfortunately, even 2007 some boot sector still use
If the original CHS translation is different from the new one,
these leads to a non-booting disk.
Detects and corrects some problems with not
Clean Disk: effectively erases the complete disk by cleaning the
disks first sector (MBR).
Clean Disk Signature/Restore Disk Signature: a 32 Bit number in
the MBR, which is used by some Windows components to re-identify disks.
to some random number by disk manager.
Right Click on a volume (C:)
Restore: restores the volume
Assign Drive Letter: if the volume doesn't have a drive
letter, you can assign one (useful for Windows 2003)
Open: starts the volume in Explorer
Properties: starts the drive properties dialog
Grow Partition: (only available for NTFS) if the file system is
smaller then the partition, or there's free space behind the partition, you
can increase the size
Delete Partition: deletes the partition
Activate/Deactivate Partition: sets or clears the active flag
right click on free space: creates primary/extended/logical partitions