When I tried to update the latest Macrium Reflect Free I got a message saying”Verify that you have sufficient privileges to start system services”
I have tried again running as Administrator with the same message.
Anyone else had this problem and solved it?
I don't see any great need to keep updating such software. If the version you have works (for you), why update? I'm currently using V5.2 Build 6354 (with Win7), I use it frequently and never have any issues.
And I still use ATI v8 on my XP PCs and it has never let me down. The only reason I switched to Macrium for Win7 was that I wasn't certain that ATI8 would work under all circumstances with Win7 as it was never developed with that in mind.
Verify: click on the Restore tab, then against each image listed there should be a number of options, one of which should be Verify Image.
True enough but I was intending to restore to an early image, hoping to regain performance. The only saved downloaded exe file that I have is for Reflect V5.0 build 4033 which is much older than V 5.2 6354, my current version. For some reason the exe file for the latter hasn't been saved. I would have preferred to install the latest version on a restored image.
Incidentally I have replaced the main HDD since backing up the image. Will the change in hard drive size create problems in restoring?
Given the choice, I would choose Filehippo every time over CNET, as I have fould them very prone to sneak unwanted stuff with their downloads. I have taken to downloading the programmes and, prior to running it, do a scan with malawarebytes. Only yesterday I found one in a downloaded programme and deleted it (think it was conduit search)
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