09-07-2013 10:47 AM
09-07-2013 02:14 PM
about 100 gb. I haven't read some forums where people have had trouble with restoring their backup files when they are too large. But I haven't found where people have been able to correct this problem aside from downloading the latest version of OKR
09-07-2013 03:48 PM
Wow, that's a very large file. The maximum size for D is 25 GB. What is need is to change that size but it is too complex for the common user to do.
09-07-2013 03:51 PM
09-07-2013 04:01 PM - edited 09-07-2013 10:31 PM
If that is the problem then I'd like to figure out how to fix it. I'm not and expert at computer but I don't think I'm a common user either. I can usually figure things out.
Although there is a possibility that D can be made large but it has not been tried in your case. Another problem is the OKR. As can be seen it is capable of saving a backup as large as 100 GB but as experience by you it failed in restoring such a large file. I think the best solution to your problem is to consult technical support of Lenovo.
11-07-2016 02:39 AM
One thing which may not be obvious is that the OneKey recovery files cannot be on the C: drive (assuming you are restoring the C: drive). They must be either on the D: drive (the LENOVO partition) or an external USB hard drive (or possibly a USB flash drive). Since a "User Backup" will probably be 60GB or more, the files are too large for the D: drive. Hence the external USB drive is a must. The reason the files can't be on the C: drive is that the actual restoration process over-writes the disk, including your files. Sadly it doesn't seem possible to use a NAS drive either (Network Attached Storage), even though this for me would be the easiest solution (Lenovo please note!).