To work around this, do not select D: as a backup source. No idea how they got there. Now it gets to about 11 files and quits with a failure message?? Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS News Featured Latest The Week in Ransomware - October 28 2016 - Locky, Angry Duck, and More! his comment is here
If the backup process is retried,
Note that I cannot do a System Restore as I read a post that suggested this was down to too many restore points (so deleted them ). This is the >> first >> time this has happened - the last successful backup was on 4th February >> 2008. >> >> Running Vista Home Premium, and I back up I tried the ones on my PC (the first three). Catastrophic Failure 0x8000ffff Windows 7 These restore points can then be used to restore your computer back to the state it was in when they were taken.
There will be two volumes shown, one of which is selected and named “Missing.” Selecting C: and deselecting “Missing” solves the problem.
I'm backing up to dvds, don't know about the internal drive. Epic Fail: Ransomware Keys go for Sale to Researcher who already has Them Downloads Latest Most Downloaded PotPlayer Rainmeter Desktop Customization Tool Chrome Cleanup Tool Crypt38Decrypter AdwCleaner ComboFix RKill Junkware Removal 0x80071a91 System Restore Windows 7 Will SP1 resolve it? (I understand that there are several bug fixes for Backup & Restore centre planned). 0x80071a91 Windows 7 No need to delete anything.
Next idea? 9 years ago Reply John Edwards SUCCESS!!!! If you save the image on a system hard drive, and that drive fails, then you no longer have access to the image to restore it. That fixed my problem. http://jactionscripters.com/windows-7/windows-vista-backup-error-codes.php Can't believe I spent a whole evening yesterday trying to sort this out - this sort of thing always happens to me!
This feature allows you to create backup images of your computer so that you can do a system-wide restore in the case of complete system failure. Error 0x80071a91 Windows 7 To start the Complete PC Backup utility you need to click on the Back up computer button. The other commenters to this thread are correct: there are better backup programs but I was asked to solve this particular problem as the user believed it to be symptomatic of
I don't know how these spurious keys get created, but you simply have to delete any keys with spurious ProfileImagePaths. However, even this fails >> with >> the same error. Christine 9 years ago Reply Frans Overkleeft The solution to The parameter is incorrect (0x80070057) error in file backup does not work. Catastrophic Failure 0x8000ffff Windows 10 We’ve had customers report good results using the following blog post.
I'm especially miffed as I've just paid out for an > external HD to back up to.. > > BTW Does anyone know of good software to back up VISTA Home I'm afraid to mess around too much. This is the first time this has happened - the last successful backup was on 4th February 2008. check over here The following information might help you resolve the > error: > The system cannot find the file specified. (0x80070002)' > > Googling the problem shows others have had it, but no
This forum is fraught with problem reports for the Windows one. My new backup from "Backup and Restore Center" failed at the end with error 0x81000004. I get the error as soon as I start the File Backup Wizard and also when I try to start any of the restore options. 9 years ago Reply John Edwards Anybody has any clue? 47 years ago Reply Anonymous I found these errors in an ASR log wrt the backup error 0x81000004 i reported earlier: [ERROR] 0x1258 - mtmgrlib.cpp#439 [0x57]: Fail
In this case information is lose, however, the filter correctly handles the exception. (0xC00000EA.)
I'm beginning to suspect a registry problem. >> >> Is this a known Vista bug? So I looked at: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList and lo and behold there were two profile keys in there without profile image paths. This is the first > time this has happened - the last successful backup was on 4th February > 2008. > > Running Vista Home Premium, and I back up my Is this a known Vista bug?
However, even this fails with > the same error. As for your SFC issue, that may be something different altogether. The following information might help you resolve the > error: > The system cannot find the file specified. (0x80070002)' > > Googling the problem shows others have had it, but no Your cache administrator is webmaster.
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