But sometimes when you try to perform a file backup process on windows vista then you get error 0X81000008 and backup process gets failed. This is a new laptop with very little data on it. James Reply james says: November 20, 2016 at 3:42 am Hi Dick, Let me speak to the backup team and I'll try and get a response to your question. you cannot apply most of the knowledge you reaped by applying the old techniques to the new program and layer that knowledge with the new. his comment is here
If this is the case, you must go to your device manufacturer web site to download or request the most recent drivers for your device. I am getting the error 0x8007045D too when I try to copy files to my Sumo 500Gb USB drive. I haven't found a way to catch the error when it occurs on WindowsBackUp. (yes, errors occur 🙂 All i found was the directory : c:windowslogswindowsbackup the log there is encrypted? have tried for over 12 hours to copy and do a back up on dvd and cds and they all fail.
Device Manager opens with your computer name at the top and a list of devices that are installed on your computer beneath your computer name. HERE FOR ABOUT 6 hours downloading discs. VISTA BACKUP = ANOTHER BUG What a joke. I also would like to be able to nominate which folders can be excluded.
James Reply Anonymous says: November 20, 2016 at 3:42 am James -- My computer is an HP Pavilion d4890y. Stay logged in Toggle Width Home Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Top Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. It has a problem of backing up many GB of files that have not been touched in years. Stay logged in The PC Zone Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma.
I can explore to the drive just fine. Where do I find the disk error checking tool to fix my external hard drive? Bottom line is that Vista Backup is backing up files that have not been changed for years. http://problem-windows-installing-software.blogspot.com/2014/04/fix-windows-error-0x81000008.html Fix windows error 0X81000008 How to fix Windows Update error FFFFFFFE? "Missing operating system"- How to fix?
The program indicated a successful backup. Incorrect function (0x80070001)". Clearly there is a problem here that is not limited to DVD/CD backups, and I'd like to be able to backup without having a usb drive dangling off the back of Reply Carol says: July 17, 2007 at 3:48 am My recovery drive has only one file in it that takes up almost all of the space.
In the command prompt type the Chkdsk.exe /F /X m: ( m: is the driver word for the backup destination) command and then press enter. http://www.howtofixwindowserror.us/guide-to-fix-windows-vista-error-0x81000008/ The Backup program says it needs to Format my Sony DVD-R and runs for a few minutes then it gets an I/O Dev error 0x8007045D. My D drive is FULL due to backups. Your cache administrator is webmaster.
Reply Jon Whiteside says: December 24, 2007 at 4:45 pm I receive the following error message when I try to back up my Vista laptop to a share called ‘Backup' on this content Anyone got resolution on this? I then did a successful full backup to an external hard drive in April 2008. vista is like trying to figure out a program as complex as adobe photoshop cs.
I have tried only backing up a small portion of my files and still the same. Using above method will surely resolve your entire issue of Windows Vista error 0x81000008. I now have it connected and Vista Complete PC Backup locks up while searching for backup devices-the progress bar keeps painting, but nothing happens. weblink A list of available matching items appears above the search box; click Device Manager.
Fix it using the disk error checking tool, or choose a different backup location" and unable to back up your file. I have tested the external harddrive using Vista and it has given the all clear. it didn't work because both ends of the Esata cords are different than standard sata HD connections.
It may also happen that file which you want to backup might have corrupted or damaged. I have a HP pavilion s3020n, vista home premium. what was this backup about?! When checked npow probelems are found.
Cheers James Reply james says: November 20, 2016 at 3:42 am Hi Retexan, Can you send me your ETL files which should be located in C:WindowsLogsWindowsBackup ? Nothing works properly or as advertised in this OS without some issue, registry hack, or workaround! I would have thought Microsoft could have found a solution to this problem by now. http://beforeoverclock.com/disk-error/disk-error-80-hex.php I've also got a HP Pavilion dv6000 running Vista Home Premium, same problem: "The drive cannot find the sector requested. (0x8007001B)" (I'm burning to a DVD+R) Documents, pictures and videos burn
Is there a patch that can be downloaded to solve this common problem or can someone please advise a quick fix.