edit asr file

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by kitno, Jan 25, 2005.

  1. kitno

    kitno Guest

    Hi,

    My ASR files keep on pointing to a backupset I don't have.

    I used the article stated below to the letter. Get the ASR files from the
    repair dir on the backup of 15/01/2005 but in the asr file it keeps on
    asking for "Backup.bkf created 31/10/2004 at 17:04","F:\Backup.bkf"

    wich is an older backup an I don't have it.

    Is there a way to edit the asr file?


    ;
    ; Microsoft Windows Automated System Recovery State Information File
    ;

    [VERSION]
    Signature="$Windows NT$"
    ASR-Version="1.0"

    [SYSTEMS]
    1="HEKS2003","x86","5.2","C:\WINDOWS",1,0x00030112,"-60 0 -60 0-10-0-5
    3:00:00.0 0-3-0-5 2:00:00.0","Romance Standard Time","Romance Daylight Time"

    [BUSES]
    1=1,3
    2=1,7

    [DISKS.MBR]
    1=1,2,0,0xe2ce2589,512,63,255,320171008
    2=1,1,1,0xaaaaaaaa,512,63,255,39070080

    [DISKS.GPT]

    [PARTITIONS.MBR]
    1=1,0,0,"\??\Volume{e59f2861-b61c-11d8-a852-444553547777}",0x80,0x07,0x07,63
    ,320143257,0x0
    2=2,0,3,"\??\Volume{e4ec4e44-c8d5-11d7-aca6-806e6f6e6963}",0x80,0x07,0x07,63
    ,19454652,0x1000
    3=2,1,0,,0x00,0x0f,0x0f,19454715,19615365,0x0
    4=2,4,0,"\??\Volume{e4ec4e45-c8d5-11d7-aca6-806e6f6e6963}",0x00,0x07,0x07,19
    454778,19615302,0x0

    [PARTITIONS.GPT]

    [COMMANDS]
    1=1,3000,0,"%SystemRoot%\system32\asr_fmt.exe","/restore"
    2=1,4990,1,"%SystemRoot%\system32\asr_pfu.exe","/restore"
    3=1,2000,1,"%SystemRoot%\system32\asr_ldm.exe","/restore"
    4=1,4000,1,"ntbackup","recover /1"

    [ASRFMT.FIXEDVOLUMES]
    1=1,"\??\Volume{e4ec4e45-c8d5-11d7-aca6-806e6f6e6963}","\DosDevices\E:",NTFS
    ,"data",0x1000
    2=1,"\??\Volume{e59f2861-b61c-11d8-a852-444553547777}","\DosDevices\F:",NTFS
    ,"Portable Drive",0x1000
    3=1,"\??\Volume{e4ec4e44-c8d5-11d7-aca6-806e6f6e6963}","\DosDevices\C:",NTFS
    ,"",0x1000

    [ASRFMT.REMOVABLEMEDIA]
    1=1,"\Device\CdRom0","\??\Volume{e4ec4e42-c8d5-11d7-aca6-806e6f6e6963}","\Do
    sDevices\D:"
    2=1,"\Device\Floppy0","\??\Volume{e4ec4e41-c8d5-11d7-aca6-806e6f6e6963}","\D
    osDevices\A:"

    [ASRLDM.VOLUMESTATE]
    0, 34, 1, 125,"LDM Configuration","Microsoft0"

    [NTBACKUP.RECOVERYMEDIA]
    1=1,1,2,828344489,25617,6811924,,,"Backup.bkf created 31/10/2004 at
    17:04","F:\Backup.bkf"
     
    kitno, Jan 25, 2005
    #1
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