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(A customer reported the same error using Kaspersky Internet Security 7 and he states that disabling this AV software Z is just used for backups, and > there is still 176GB free out of 238GB on the partition. > > The error occurs only a minute or so into the 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 Welcome to the Microsoft Windows Vista Community Forums - Vistaheads, YOUR Largest Resource for Windows Vista related information.You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access have a peek at this web-site

Subscribe to the Houston Chronicle | Shopping | Classifieds | Obits | Place an Ad | La Voz Register | Sign In Home Local In Local Neighborhoods Houston & Texas Traffic After i excluded music files from backup, it now failed at different place. However, even this > fails with the same error. Do not turn off the computer during a scheduled backup. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/973558

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However, I still have no idea what was the corrupted file that caused the problem! Navigate to the icon representing the backup destination device. Will I have to wait for SP1 to resolve it? > > Thanks. > > Colin > > > > > #4 (permalink) 02-10-2008 Bob Posts: n/a Re: Removing outdated backups or unnecessary files from the destination device may free up enough space to complete the backup.

The backup will not continue until you insert a disc. If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. I deleted two keys which did not have this value (save copies before you attempt to delete them). Error 0x80071a91 Windows 7 Close all files that are open before you start the backup.

Most likely, the second hard disk needs to become the first in the list. Error 0x80071a91 Windows 10 Using incorrect media will cause a backup to fail. However, even this > fails with the same error. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-performance/error-message-during-vistas-backup-0x80070002/a17224b0-c53f-4ab2-9286-ddc47c683ae6 Please try the request again.

There will be two volumes shown, one of which is selected and named “Missing.” Selecting C: and deselecting “Missing” solves the problem.

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I'm beginning to suspect a registry problem. > > Is this a known Vista bug?

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Maybe backup can't handle some results properly. "Colin" wrote in message news:[email protected] > My PC tried to run its weekly backup tonight, but failed. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/filecab/2008/03/12/common-causes-and-solutions-to-backup-system-restore-and-complete-pc-backup-problems-updated/ Doesn't sound good though..... 0x80071a91 System Restore Windows 7 This drive has two partitions (Z and F). 0x80071a91 Windows 7 Running Vista Home Premium, and I back up my C Drive files onto a second internal hard drive.

HIFI "Colin" wrote: > My PC tried to run its weekly backup tonight, but failed. http://pdctoday.com/windows-7/windows-vista-backup-and-restore-error-message.php Will I have to wait for SP1 to resolve it? > > Thanks. > > Colin > > > > > #8 (permalink) 02-15-2008 HiFi Posts: n/a RE: I have alerted this problem to the appropriate team in MS. 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 Error 0x80071a91 Windows 10 Update

  1. Also, go to System Protection in Control Panel and make sure that D: is not enabled for restore points.

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    There is not enough disk space to save
  2. This is the first time this has happened - the last successful backup was on 4th February 2008.
  3. I search the web and found a report of identical error at http://www.vistax64.com/vista-performance-maintenance/64952-backup-internal-error.html but the issue seemed not resolved.
  4. 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
  5. To work around this, do not select D: as a backup source.
  6. Confirm the availability of your CD or DVD burner drive.
  7. Sorry for the problem you are experiencing! -Malu 47 years ago Reply cfsbloggers Hi, John Thanks for sharing your solution! -Malu 47 years ago Reply Anonymous A customer sent us a
  8. When the amount of space needed to back up your data exceeds the quota space available, your backup fails.

Z is just used for backups, and > there is still 176GB free out of 238GB on the partition. > > The error occurs only a minute or so into the I'm beginning to suspect a registry problem. >> >> Is this a known Vista bug? Backing Up to CD or DVD Log in to Windows Vista using an administrator account. Source In this case information is lose, however, the filter correctly handles the exception. (0xC00000EA.)

This error occurred on computers running eTrust antivirus software.

Next idea? 9 years ago Reply John Edwards SUCCESS!!!! Windows Backup Error 0x81000031 Bob F. > > "Colin" wrote: > >> My PC tried to run its weekly backup tonight, but failed. My new backup from "Backup and Restore Center" failed at the end with error 0x81000004.

I'm beginning to suspect a registry problem. > > Is this a known Vista bug?

Did you resolve the issue? Windows Vista requires that the computer be turned on to perform a backup. Your user files should be unaffected by the procedure. > However manually backing up anything important beforehand is advised. Microsoft Fixit Tool For Windows 7 Turning off the driver fixed the problem.

(2) System Restore was failing due to a buggy BIOS that changes the disk enumeration order based on the presence of a

Backups Using External Hard Drives or Network Shares Log in to Windows Vista using an administrator account. However, even this > fails with the same error. The Workaround is to use Device Manager to disable the “phantom” disk (submitted by a customer) System Restore

System Restore fails with the following error:

There was have a peek here All 3 system profiles have correct paths; ditto all 3 user profiles on this machine.

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Design by Vjacheslav Trushkin for phpBBStyles.com. This operating system does not support the necessary authentication and permissions to perform the backup over a network. Right click your C Drive go to Properties>Tools and click the Check Now button. "Colin" wrote in message news:[email protected] > My PC tried to run its weekly backup tonight, but For example, you cannot back up data to a CD-R or DVD-R disc that already contains data because you can only write to this type of media once.

Net is MS should provide patch that allows backup to log "bad profile" and backup what it can find. © 2016 Microsoft Corporation. Will I have to wait for SP1 to resolve it? >> >> Thanks. >> >> Colin >> >> >> >> >> > #6 (permalink) 02-11-2008 cj_london Posts: n/a Windows Vista allows you to continue using your computer during the backup process, but current versions of open files will not be backed up. Z is just used for backups, and >> there is still 176GB free out of 238GB on the partition. >> >> The error occurs only a minute or so into the

However, even this fails >> with >> the same error. {{offlineMessage}} Store Store home Devices Microsoft Surface PCs & tablets Xbox Virtual reality Accessories Windows phone Software Office Windows Additional software Apps All apps Windows apps Windows phone apps Games Xbox Will I have to wait for SP1 to resolve it? > > Thanks. > > Colin > > > > > #5 (permalink) 02-10-2008 Colin Posts: n/a Re: I have no missing image path but same error.

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 Vista Service Pack 1 supports backing up these files; but Vista Starter, Vista Home Basic and Vista Home Premium versions do not include EFS files in backups. Right-click the icon representing the network share or external hard drive, then click "Properties." The available disk space is displayed beside "Free Space." If the space needed to store the backed However, even this fails >> with >> the same error.

Verify that the use of disk quotas is disabled. Dell XPS m1330, Windows Vista Ultimate, backup attempts all failed both immediately before and immediately after installation of Vista SP1.