I made a system image backup of my PC approxemately 2 weeks ago because my PC was to be reset due to some licence stuff at my School. The thing is that when I try to go through the wizard to restore my PC, this error pops up saying "the selected system image cannot be restored in this recovery environment."
The description says that I need to insert a system repair disk or a Windows installation disk and boot the computer from the disk, but the problem is that my PC doesn't have a CD-Rom, and even if it had, I don't have any of these disks.
My question is if it's possible to go through this process without a disk? Is it possible to have this boot file from the CD located on a seperate storage unit like a USB drive and boot from there?
I have an image of the error here in Norwegian (sorry for the quality, I had to use my phone since I couldn't do a print screen at the time): http://i.imgur.com/045Ed2D.jpg
My PC is an HP ProBook 4330s (300GB internal HDD and no CD-Rom), my external hard drive is a Seagate Expansion Portable Drive 500GB, the system image is approxemately 270GB.
Help is incredibly much appreciated. I'd really like to be able to get back to my old PC setup as soon as possible. Thanks :)