New user and no luck with viBoot


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Hello Forum!  Newbie user here, migrating over from Acronis Smile  and very impressed with MR so far.
I've been trying out viBoot for fun and have had no success on two W10 Pro PCs.  C:\ProgramData\Macrium\viBoot\wmiboot.txt shows this:

Mounting image file 1 of 1...
Scanning disks...
Setting disk online...
Processing volume 1 of 3...
Assigning mount point...
Injecting device drivers...
Removing mount point...
Processing volume 2 of 3...
Assigning mount point...
Injecting device drivers...

and then viBoot hangs.  C:\viBoot.log looks ok until this:

10/07/16 18:17:06 RegImport.cpp(133): Deleting key MacriumImageBoot\ControlSet001\Services\pciide
10/07/16 18:17:06 RegImport.cpp(254): Deleting key MacriumImageBoot\ControlSet001\Services\viaide
10/07/16 18:17:06 RegImport.cpp(90): Deleting key MacriumImageBoot\ControlSet001\Services\viaide
10/07/16 18:17:06 RegImport.cpp(263): RegDeleteKey(MacriumImageBoot\ControlSet001\Services\viaide) failed with error 2
10/07/16 18:17:06 VirtualDeploy.cpp(469): Updating CrashDump...

I then can't cancel out of viBoot and both PCs hang while shutting down.  After powering off I have to delete manually the contents of C:\ProgramData\Macrium\viBoot\.

Any advice would be appreciated.
Thanks, BlackCat


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BlackCat... you may have better luck posting in the special viBOOT THREAD...


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Hi Froggie. 
I tried using a "viboot feedback" link yesterday when trying to report the problem but for some reason ended up here:  http://forum.macrium.com/Default.aspx.  I just tested your link and it works properly so I'll repost in the right place.
Many thanks, BlackCat

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I'm not sure what's going on here.  Like yesterday, whenever I go to http://forum.macrium.com/Forum17.aspx I end up at http://forum.macrium.com/Default.aspx.
It does this whether I use IE, Firefox or Chrome.

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That viBoot Feedback forum is only accessible after logging in, BlackCat.  Same for the Water Cooler and Backup Scripting forums.  Whenever you click on any inaccessible link on this board, it just takes you to the main default page with no explanation or error message.  We both found that out the hard way.  In my case, it was clicking on post attachment links which does the same thing.  It took me quite a while to figure out why I could download forum post attachments sometimes but not others. Wink


Regards, Richard V. ("Arvy")
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Edited 11 July 2016 1:49 PM by Arvy
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Ah, thank you Arvy - I thought I was going bonkers!
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