Incremental Imaging very slow, volume missing warning


#1

Coming from an earlier version of Winclone, I had to recreate a new image of my Windows 7 Bootcamp partition. This took a while, but the image was created succesfully.

I’ve decided to use the incremental update option, keeping a copy of the image as a backup. The backup starts at the scheduled time, but there are two issues I have.

The first one is that I immediately am presented with a warning that the volume is missing. Well, it isn’t, but it’s an internal HD that spins up slightly slower than the SSD. I think it would be better if Winclone would rescan after about half a minute and only then present a warning. This is only a slight nuisance, not much of a problem.

The second is more serious. The only progression I see with an incremental update is the following screen:

It just seems to be stuck at this stage. How much time is an incremental update supposed to take? Less than a full backup I hope? :slight_smile:


#2

Thanks for the feedback. The scanning can take a bit, but should be much faster than another clone.

tim


#3

What do you consider “a bit”? I’m talking in hours, not minutes, and the progress bar doesn’t seem to progress at all. If I check Console for messages, there’s a repeating TIC Read Status [6:0x0]: 1:57 error.