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Disk image validation insures that a data storage disk image or a logical drive disk image is consistent internally and can be opened. We advise you to use this wizard to validate disk images created by third party applications.
1. Run the Verify Disk Image menu command from the Tools menu, or click the Validate Disk Image button on the disk image tab in the command bar on the left side.
2. When the Restore Partition wizard starts for the first time, the first screen describes the process. Clear the “Show this page next time?” check box to avoid seeing this screen the next time you run this wizard.
A Disk Image configuration File is a file, used to store all information about a created Disk Image including disk geometry and annotation labels. A Disk Image configuration File is created during the Create Disk Image procedure. You can select a Disk Image to be opened by specifying its Disk Image Configuration File. Type in the full path to this file in the edit box or use the browse button to open a 'Browse for file' dialog and to select this file.
You can skip this step in order to assemble a Disk Image manually from chunks supplying all necessary options yourself.
Skip this step if disk image was opened using a configuration file (information is already entered), otherwise specify all parameters here manually.
Typically, a Disk Image Configuration File is used to open a Disk Image. This file contains necessary information about the Disk Image geometry, labels and other information. Nevertheless, a Disk Image can be open by specifying actual files (chunks) of an image and other options. This dialog can be also used to open raw Disk Images created by third party applications (such as WinHex for example)
Click Next to continue.
Verify and confirm parameters for the disk image to be opened.
Click Verify Disk Image to read the Disk Image structure and initiaite verification process.
When verification is completed you will see verification report indicating current integrity of your Disk Image.
Click Finish to close the Wizard.