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System Restore Indicates: Not Enough Free Space To Restore The Disk?

This should be a warning that I can ignore but it WILL NOT allow me to proceed. Then defragment the drive. I wonder if it will work with Windows 10?! Then restore your backup. http://webcomputerrepair.com/system-restore/system-restore-point-not-enough-disk-space.html

With more than 10% free space on target TIH 2011 should work. 2) if you can't allow enough space on your target device, move some files to another partition of the Could you both please post the brand of HDD you are using, in case there is some clue there as to what is causing the problem. Our management team welcomes your comments and suggestions on how we can improve the overall support we provide to you. The backup you have now is just about as complete as it can be since it includes every sector and the unallocated space.

My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell 15R Laptop OS Windows 7 Home Premium CPU Intel Core i5 Memory 6 GB abredt View Public Profile Find More Posts by abredt 31 Will I need to make a new back-up first? Since then, once a month when backup was scheduled to run she would get this disk full message. Every movie and TV show you’ve downloaded and many of your own home videos are easily some of the biggest space hogs.

It is where I place my Acronis Backups. TI2016:5518 Acronis Backup Advanced:43994, DD12:3223, vmProtect 7.0:5173, SnapDeploy 4 On a clear disk you can seek forever

Top Login to post comments Mon, 2011-01-03 00:32 #11 Arbalest Offline Beginner Joined: 2010-09-10 What can I do? Top Login to post comments Sat, 2011-01-08 22:36 #20 Colin B Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2009-08-15 Posts: 9259 @Mitchell, Are you restoring a partition or a disk?

Your system specifications are very scant, some more information there would also assist... Using 2014 6.Help 2016 2015 2014 2013 8.Stop Scan for Backups 8A.ATIH Video's 3.Create new disks-Guides.9.Register/Downloads 10.Mustang's New Guides11.Les Seiler's Backup Video

Top Login to post comments Sun, 2011-01-02 16:24 It doesn't helps :-( See attachment 2. check it out In the past, the answer used to be pretty simple: yes, as long as you take an image backup of them before you do so.

First I tested the target machine by making an image of a similar configuration. If you are able to make a full disk or partition image (I'm actually suggesting full disk) but not selecting the sector by sector option, if the same problem occurs on Top Login to post comments Sun, 2011-01-30 21:40 #50 Colin B Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2009-08-15 Posts: 9259 Arbalest, Are you using a Dell PC? The drive that needs to be restored, with the recovery disk, is 500GB.

Topics: Apps and Software, Hard Drives, Microsoft, operating system, Tech, Windows 10 Image: Mashable, Miles Goscha About UsJobsAdvertiseSubscribePrivacyTerms Mashable is a global, multi-platform media and entertainment company. https://forum.acronis.com/forum/15720 Also, have you only tested using the Plus Pack version? OS Vista Home Basic 32 Bit Reply With Quote New 21 Mar 2013 #6 Brink View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Administrator Join Date : Apr 2007 Are you using IE?

So, I click OK and instead of treating this as a warning message and proceeding, the Recovery Wizard just sits there waiting for me to do something else. news Top Login to post comments Sun, 2011-01-02 17:14 #8 GroverH Offline Legend Joined: 2009-08-15 Posts: 11298 Arbalest, Your question 'would it matter" depends upon what your are attempting to do. Performance & Maintenance Allocated System Restore space holds far fewer restore points nowI have 8gb of space allocated to System Restore, all monitoring my C partition only. Open a support call?

Top Login to post comments Thu, 2011-01-27 19:33 #47 MudCrab Offline Forum Star Joined: 2009-08-15 Posts: 4308 B&R 10 should be able to read and restore the TI 2011 image. On the other hand, if you want the new drive to be a standalone bootable drive, then yes it could matter and will certainly matter if the empty partition was a OS Vista Home Basic 32 Bit Reply With Quote New 20 Mar 2013 #4 Brink View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Administrator Join Date : Apr 2007 have a peek at these guys In other words, do not accept the defaults and try various sizes.

What I'm wondering is if this problem is only manifesting itself when sector by sector images are made or if indeed it is happening when standard used sector only images are I have then backuped then restored my system with TIH 2011 without any problem. Here is the longer story:1) I went to do a backup via iTunes and was prompted to install an updated iOS version, so I clicked OK to proceed.2) iTunes (fortunately) backup

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I want to restore to an earlier date, but I get a message: "There is not enough free space to restore the disk" even if I try to restore it to Hope this helps, Shawn Thank you, Shawn. In most cases where I've seen this problem, changing the partition size just a bit usually makes a difference. Testing Environment VirtualBox VM.

After "retiring" in 2001, Leo started Ask Leo! After I boot the target system with the bootable CD I do the same procedure and on the screen where I select the destination drive I click NEXT, and I get I'd really appreciate any advice, and sorry if this isn't... check my blog What backup program should you use?

As far as the location of the buggy code in ATH, I still think that the warning about "maybe not enough space..." is a valid "warning". You shouldn't need to include the unallocated space. It is on the machine that will not boot. The tib file is a little larger than 9Gb.

You are never sure how much space you need to free up as iTunes does not indicate this Not a long-term solution as sooner or later you'd need to free up When I make a similar image from the machine I really do want to restore to different hardware I get the error/warning "... Thanks General Discussion Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums is an independent