I recently upgraded a couple pc's from Win7 64-bit to Win8 64-bit Pro. I created a System Image in Windows 7 before the upgrade and planned on creating another System Image in Windows 8 after the upgrade, once the system was stable. One system was able to create the before/after System Images just fine but the other is receiving the following error in Windows 8 when trying to open Windows 7 File Recovery:
An internal error has occurred
The specified resource name cannot be found in the image file. (0x80070716)
This system was a Windows 7 64-bit Pro prior to the upgrade and I had performed a network file backup at one time. I'm thinking that this may be the resource it is trying to access but this resource is no longer available and I cannot get far enough into the Windows 7 File Recovery to see what the network path was to see if I can try and create a temporary resource that matches the path.
I have made sure that the Windows Backup, Volume Shadow Copy, and dependent services are running and set to automatic. I have ran a chkdsk and sfc /scannnow that several forums suggest. I feel like I have a good Windows 8 install but was wondering if anyone knows how I can edit the registry or something to remove the reference to this old resource. Or maybe I'm way off base by thinking that old network resource is the culprit and was hoping there is some way to repair/reset just the Windows 7 File Recovery without going back to Windows 7 and starting over.
Thank you in advance for any help that you provide.