Use the following steps
to restore from a locally-attached media device.
To restore from a locally-attached media
From the Select Restore
Method screen, select Use locally
attached media device and then click Next.
After media devices are
detected, click Next.
Depending on the level of
assistance selected, all backup sets may be automatically restored,
or you can select individual backup sets to restore.
After the restore is
complete, you can provide additional media to restore.
If a *.dr file does not
exist, or if there are no catalog entries in the *.dr file, then
perform a manual restore and select I
will provide my own media, and then perform a manual
restore by using the Disaster Recovery Wizard.
If you are restoring from a stand-alone tape drive,
insert the correct media and then click Next.
If you are restoring from a backup-to-disk folder,
If you use a robotic
library to recover your computer, the first drive in the robotic
library is used for the restore.
On the Restore Data
screen, all of the backup sets that you need to fully restore the
computer are checked by default.
On the Insert Media into
Restore Device screen, select the backup-to-disk folder or drive
that contains the required media that you want to restore.
When the automated
restore process finishes, click the appropriate response.
The Disaster Recovery Wizard prompts you to select another media
set from which to continue the restore process.
The Disaster Recovery Wizard updates the hard disk drivers and
then finishes the recovery process.
On the You have completed
the Disaster Recovery Wizard screen, you can run the following:
The Disaster Recovery Wizard lets you open a command window that
you can use to make further modifications to your computer.
The Disaster Recovery Wizard lets you edit the boot.ini file by
using the Windows Notepad application to modify the boot.ini file
on the root of the system partition. (Windows 2000/XP/2003
Click the Messages button to review messages that were generated
by the Disaster Recovery Wizard during the recovery process.
Click Finish. Remove the CD after the computer
restarts but before the start process finds the startup CD
As the computer restarts,
a Symantec screen momentarily appears while the Disaster Recovery
Wizard makes final recovery modifications. After the modifications
are finished, the computer restarts again and the recovery process