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Server 2012 Essentials Element not Found 0x80070490

Posted on 2013-06-21
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Hello,

We currently have a Server 2012 Essentials machine running backups every hour on the hour. In part of our testing, we wanted to restore to one of those backups. So far, this was our procedude;

1. Create a system key from the devices tab
2. Shut down machine
3. Insert new hard drive to restore to
4. Boot from the new USB drive
5. Select to repair the machine
6. Choose the backup drive
7. choose the correct backup (ex. backup from 20 minutes ago)
6. Attempt to restore image to that hard drive,

At this time, every time we attempt to run the restoration we receive the error, "Element not Found 0x80070490" and cannot continue. Help?
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Question by:jetskier115
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Hi:

Please check the boot order and boot options in the system BIOS to be sure that the system to be restored is not set to, and in fact cannot, boot from USB devices,
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