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If drive C was all that your system had then you would have a EFI partition, a drive C partition, and a recovery partition. Selecting a system backup would automatically include each of these partitions which would be a complete and bootable backup…
If the file has already been deleted the task will still appear on the main screen, however since it no longer really exists it can't be deleted. Perhaps that is why you can't delete the files. If that is the case then simply delete the task.…From the main page click on the 3 horizontal lines and choose the delete option. Doing so will display an option to delete only the backup listing and the other option deletes both the listing and the actual files.<…No you do not need two EFI system partitions. You should be able to use Aomei's Partition Assistant to delete the unneeded EFI partition or you could merge it with your drive D data partition. Just to be on the safe side remove your Samsung 8…The simplest way would be to use the Disk Management tools that come with windows and extend the partition to include all of the space. Or you could use Aomei Partition Assistant or one of the other disk utilities such as Mini-Tool Partition wizard…Not trying to butt in, but here's my two cents on the subject. If you have a dual booting Windows XP system and a Windows 98 system then both …I would recommend that you create the AOMEI recovery media on the machine you intend to use it on. I have a machine with a Intel processor…Once you select the type of backup you want (System Backup or Disk Backup) you will progress to the next screen where you select the backup scheme to…@Chuckiecham, Aomei is not involved in creating a Windows 10 Home recovery disc. Microsoft is responsible for that. The only way that I can get it to work on my syste…@Chuckiechan, When you boot up on the Aomei recovery media what you see will depend on what program you used to create the WinPE recovery media. If you used Aomei PE b…Let me see if I understand what you did. Was Aomei Backupper used to make your backup? Did you select the Disk Backup option to make your backup? If you selected the Disk Backup option then did you include the EFI partition, the MSR partitio…Essentially you have three options. 1.) you can elect to choose the option to clone the disc. With this option the operating system, all of the files, serial numbers and registry entries are copied from the source disk to the destination disc. Wh…Did the computer specialist examine the blue screen of death information and tell what the indication was of the problem causing the crash? I have used Aomei Backupper for years and have updated it numerous times and I have never encountered the pr…I had given up on trying to burn a recovery disc to CD because it never worked for me. What I had to do was to create the rescue media and export to a ISO file. Then I would use Nero, or some other 3rd party program, to burn the ISO file to disc. …@Witty, First let me describe my understanding of what constitutes a viable UEFI bootable system. If you examine the partitions on your boot drive you should see 3 part…Did you boot up your machine on a WinPE media and was the WinPE recovery media created on that particular machine? I have had this happen when I used a WinPE media on a AMD machine where the WinPE media was made on an Intel machine. My assumption …Have you tried MiniTool Partition Wizard? It has a tool called Partition Recovery that looks like it will do what you are asking.