BMR restore sources of error
+ Too few plates?
+ Too small plates?
+ Lack of disk drivers (RAID)?
+ Original Windows / PE-Windows incompatibility?
(The ASR service in the PE may not interpret the XML disk layout information of the backed up machine if it was created by the ASR service of another version of Windows).
Therefore, it is advisable to always use the appropriate AIK / ADK for creating the PE media.
+ BIOS mode of the PE recovery session unlike the BIOS mode of the backup session?
You can find out that
a) in a "normal" Windows using the tool msinfo32.exe.
b) in a PE-Windows as follows:
1. Boot into the PE recovery
2. Cancel the automatically starting DC BMR Wizard (key, a ')
3. wpeutil UpdateBootInfo
4. reg query HKLM \ System \ CurrentControlSet \ Control / v PEFirmwareType
- A value of 0x01 means that the machine is running in BIOS mode
- A value of 0x02 means that the machine is running in UEFI mode
5. In addition to step 4, it may be helpful to dump the entire registry key into a file to allow Support to perform the analysis:
reg query HKLM \ System \ CurrentControlSet \ Control> boot.info