Uninstall True Image Agent or CDP Backup Agent on Windows 2008 Server (BlueScreen 0x0000007B in crcdisk.sys)

Today I uninstalled True Image Agent on a Windows 2008 Server and I ended up with a BlueScreen. You can actually boot up with a windows CD and edit the registry or even better you remove this entries in advance.

HLKM\System\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E967-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
HLKM\System\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{71A27CDD-812A-11D0-BEC7-08002BE2092F}
In the UpperFilters key remove the text:
snapman for TrueImage
r1fltr for r1soft CDP Backup

I could imagene that this causes also trouble with other systems. So the same solution should work for this as well.

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admin on May 25th 2011 in IT, Windows, Windows Server

See all Volume Shadow Copy Providers installed

Command Prompt Command:
> Vssadmin List Providers

In the registry you will find them here:
HK\LM\System\Currentcontrolset\services\VSS\Providers

I had some trouble with our Backup System today and noticed that that another VSS was installed. After removing the Acronis Registy entry it worked like a charm.

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admin on February 24th 2010 in IT, Windows, Windows Server

Create Hot Disk Images for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003

Today I want to introduce to you a great tool with which you can make disk images during the time your OS is running. It is just about 250 KB big and you don’t even need to install it. It’s a dream. It belongs to all administrators pocket.

The name of the program is snapshot and can be downloaded here:
http://www.drivesnapshot.de/

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admin on October 28th 2009 in IT, Windows, Windows Server

Backup and Restore MySQL Complete

I had to backup and restore a MySQL database on a debian linux machine to another server at work. First I tried to do it trough phpmyadmin which is not very efficient when it comes to big db. So I decided to do it through the MySQL command prompt.

Backup all dbs command into a dump file
mysqldump -u root -p –all-databases > xxxxxxx.sql

Restore all dbs command from a dump file
mysql –f -u root -p < xxxxxxx.sql

Of course you need to replace x with the filename you would like to use.

As always… it worked for me but there is no warranty. You need to decide yourself if you want to use it!

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admin on May 4th 2008 in MySQL




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