If your system fails completely, you will need to do what is called a system recovery (also known as System Restore). This process calls for reloading the operating system, programs and restoring the data. With the aid of disaster recovery software like DiscWizard you can restore an image backup (.TIB file) that is stored on a backup drive.
- An image backup created with DiscWizard can only be restored to the same computer on which it was created.
*When booting to the DiscWizard CD, you will be prompted to boot normally into your Windows operating system or into DiscWizard. Select DiscWizard.
- From the home screen of DiscWizard, click Recovery on the left and then click Browse for backup.
- Under Computer/File Explorer, browse for the drive on which the image (.TIB file) is stored. Once you have selected the image, click OK.
- Right-click on the backup and click Recover.
- Select to Recover Whole Discs and Partitions.
- Select the disc you wish to recover (a checkmark on the source disk will populate all the partitions), then click Next.
*This step is very important. Be sure to click the box next to the Disc number. Do NOT select each partition box individually.
- Choose Destination Disc, then click Next.
- This message will appear if the destination drive has been partitioned, click OK to allow DiscWizard to erase the drive of all its partitions before performing the Image Restore.
- At the Summary screen, click Proceed to begin the restore.
- A window will display the status of the restore.
- Once the operation has been completed disconnect the external drive on which the image (.TIB) was stored, then remove the DiscWizard CD and boot from the newly restored internal drive.