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i have make a window 8 recovery image, but when i used to restore window. it have error. i attached screen pic. any help?
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Are you recovering this to a different size drive than the one from which it was created?  If so, how do the physical sizes compare?
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Is there any changes happened in the partition or number of disk you had.
Restore is looking for the disk which you would have specified while creating the image and now it is not available.
 Another reason would be the disk configuration [ SATA/PATA] would have changed or need to be changed so that the image can recognize the disk
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