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Event IDs 8193, 12290, and 16387 are logged when you try to perform a Bare Metal Restore on a Windows Server 2012-based computer


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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2742538/en-us?sd=rss&spid=16526When you try to perform a Bare Metal Restore on a computer that is running Windows Server 2012, the restore fails, and the following events are logged in the Application log:

 

Log Name: Application

Source: VSS

Event ID: 8193

Level: Error

Description: Volume Shadow Copy Service error: Unexpected error calling routine IVssAsrWriterBackup::GetAsrMetadata. hr = 0x80042416, System partition (partition marked "active") is hidden or contains an unrecognized file system. Backup does not support this configuration.

 

Log Name: Application

Source: VSS

Event ID: 12290

Level: Warning

Description: Volume Shadow Copy Service warning: ASR writer Error 0x80042416. hr = 0x00000000.

 

Log Name: Application

Source: SPP

Event ID: 16387

Level: Error

Description: Writer ASR Writer experienced some error during snapshot creation. More info: System partition (partition marked "active") is hidden or contains an unrecognized file system. Backup does not support this configuration. (0x80042416).

 

Note This issue does not occur when you run the computer manufacturer's Out of Box Experience (OOBE) program before you install Windows. If you run the OOBE program and then install Windows, the hidden active EISA partition is marked as inactive, and you can then perform the Bare Metal Restore successfully.

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When Microsoft introduced the 100meg hidden partition in Windows 7, this sometimes was an issue when doing a Windows Home Server Backup. Does this partition get backed up ?

 

From what I see from this post is that sometimes this hidden partition is set as active by OEM's meaning that the PC will boot from that partition 1st. If you did a PC backup that did not include this partition, then your C: is not active. Therefore when you do a PC Restore, your PC will fail to boot.

 

Vote it up if your concerned and have access to Connect.

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https://connect.microsoft.com/WindowsServer/feedback/details/764838/add-bpa-rule-to-check-for-bare-metal-restore-problem

 

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