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Error restoring nda files

I bought a USB 3.0 disk with Nero BackupIt free on the package. I used it to backup my 5 disk partitions. It create 1 file .nda for any partitions on the real disk.



The first and sercond .nda files are the system boot and the windows recovery. The third and the others are the disk C:, D: and F: . The disk C: is the original windows partition of the notebook that it contain widows7.
I've crashed my notebook disk C: than I have removed the 1TB disk with C:, D; and F: and I've conmnected it tho another usb3 adapter on a windows 10 PCto restore the partition from the baclup disk with the 5 .nda files.
When I try to restore the disk partition from the .nda files nerobackupit show me the destinations partition but the C: is not selectable because it say "it's not possible restore a windows disk from a computer running windows". The original disk partition is windows 7 and the running PC is windows 10.

How I can restore my partition if there isnot a nerobackupit version for othe os as linux ?
Ather problem is that if I go on the disk with the 5 .nda files and I set in the list filters .nda NERO don't see the files and I need to copy with copy and paste the file name.
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  • Open Nero BackItUp and click on Help, About....... What is the version number shown?

    When you do drive backups, you can only restore one partition at a time. For the version you have, restoring the C: drive apparently isn't possible with Windows running. Normally, one can create a bootable disc with the Nero ImageTool but that requires BackItUp 12 or earlier. Since you have an OEM version, you probably can't create that disc, even if you have one of the versions I mentioned.

    If you can restore the C: to a different partition, you might be able to use the Computer Management to change drive designations as a run about way to restore your system as it was.

    We can talk about it tomorrow.
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