Restoring from Secondary Disk

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Introduction:

This technical document will explain how to back-up or restore data from your secondary disk back to your primary disk.

Background:

Secondary storage, often recognized as auxiliary storage or external storage, in theory is non-volatile storage that is not under the direct influence of a computer's central processing unit (CPU) or does not directly interact with an application.

Environment:
This is applicable for all environments.
Instructions:

1.)        Open a serial connection (BAUD 115200 8N1)

2.)        Reboot the GateKeeper

3.)        During the reboot process, hold down <Delete> to enter “Setup”

4.)        On the “Setup” screen, arrow down one item to <Advanced BIOS Features> and press <Enter>

5.)        Arrow down one to  <Hard Disk Boot Priority> and press Enter

6.)        Use the ‘-‘ key to move Ch0 down, changing the boot to begin with Ch1

7.)        Press the <F10> key to Save this change

8.)        When prompted to “Save CMOS and Exit”, select the y key for <Yes> and press <Enter>

9.)        GateKeeper will restore the Backup file from the Ch1 drive to the Ch0 drive and reboot

10.)      During the reboot process, hold down <Delete> to enter “Setup”

11.)      On the “Setup” screen, arrow down one item to <Advanced BIOS Features> and press Enter

12.)      Arrow down one to  <Hard Disk Boot Priority> and press Enter

13.)      Use the ‘-‘ key to move Ch1 down, changing the boot to begin with Ch0

14.)      Press the <F10> key to Save this change

15.)      GateKeeper will reboot with a Restore of the last System Backup from Secondary Disk