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Old 09-12-2007, 11:58 PM
thechi thechi is offline
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unmountable boot volume/win xp...

hi... i am interested in purchasing SuperDuper, but want to make sure it will do what i need, first.

i have a macbook running parallels VM with WinXP. yesterday i had a problem booting into XP (BSOD/reboot loop with an error message : unmountable_boot_volume) and i'm still not able to get in. i have tried to use a few fixes, but to no avail. currently i am running another fix, but it's been running for hours and i'm not sure that is going to work either.

my main concern is my data on the VM hdd. i want to know if i were to use SD would i be able to few my files on a ext. HDD, or would i have to open the clone in another VM on another machine? also, would I have the same boot issues i am having now when i try to access the files?

i basically just want to know if i will be able to access individual files from the ext. HDD.

thanks in advance.
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