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My HDD is failing. I have purchased and installed a Samsung 850 EVO SSD to replace and tried to clone but this has failed due to the state of the HDD. The PC is still working - just. I am not sure if the Retrospect disaster disk I made long ago will still work and before I try it, I recall Robin Mayoff helpfully suggested a few years ago a simpler route via a "live restore" - installing windows to the new disk, then Retrospect, then restore entire volume. Will this work with a new SSD instead of HDD (same size), or what is your preferred suggestion, please? (I am presently contemplating a clean install to the new SSD, but would prefer not to if possible - unless I could then restore to it.) My OS is Windows 7 Pro (up to date), and Retrospect is rather old at 7.7. I have a good current backup up set on an external HDD and cat files are on a USB stick. Many thanks
Hi, The Release notes for Retrospect for Windows, version 8 (http://kb.retrospect...&fs=Search&pn=1) state that a static IP address can be configured with the Disaster Recovery CD: Bug Fix 2497: The Retrospect Emergency Recovery Disc now supports both static IP and DHCP networking I just created the CD. When I boot up to the CD, I see no option for configuring the IP address. It only seems to get an IP from DHCP. Is there some method I should follow to use a static IP? Thanks and regards, Greg