In the Search box type: msconfig and wait for it to find it then right click on msconfig. This though did not resolve the problem even though after running the script my system responded that one file was changed successfully. Understood your comment on the tmp file remaining is well taken. I suggest you try the following forum to get assistance. Otherwise, is there some way of getting your Office installation to stop creating this virtual Q drive? Our free businesses to focus on their work while we maintain your I. You might want to right click the drive icon and see who the onwer is and if it is bitlocked Let us know if you need any help with this Ken J I've never used BitLocker ever and when I right click on C: and go to security, I see that I have full control with everything when I highlight my name.
Thanks again for your assistance. That should open a new window. First, I followed the instructions in the following link to correct what was causing the 8194 error on my computer: This got rid of the 8194 error, but the client backup's still wouldn't work. In order of top to bottom they read: 12,328 K 9808 K 72,632 K 44,688 K 8,800 K 17,344 K That looks like a huge drain on the system. Check security on the volume, and try the operation again.
The really frustrating thing is that the image file is right there as a tmp. It would not be absolutely the end of the earth to uninstall that and see if it made any difference On the computer hosting the location of the backup files I have put the folder hosting the backup files as an exclusion although not ReflectBin. Check security on the volume, and try the operation again. However, I'm not sure whether there are any other places that also consume the filters that would need to be similarly updated. The error I get is: Error: The shadow copy provider had an unexpected error while trying to process.
A problem was encountered while attempting to copy Disk 1 to Disk 3. Due to this, the method that normally parses the --default-filters flag isn't called for backups run that way. And I have no idea what governs whether they complete or not. Check security on the volume and try the operation again. Details: AddLegacyDriverFiles: Unable to back up image of binary Microsoft Link-Layer Discovery Protocol. When running from the command line, I'm not able to reproduce the error System Volume Information, etc. I am able to run Casper when I am in safe mode.
So I think it's also a good idea to switch the ports and, if possible, use a different cable. I found this Microsoft help page: Should I run the solution on both drives, or only the C: drive? I left it running and opened Google, and there are these things I've never seen in there before, and seven instances of Chrome. I don't want to uninstall Office obviously. Rich On the client computer from the Start Menu, select Run The Run dialog opens. Might it have anything to do with my backup application Jungle Disk. Each time I attempt the command I get: Access is denied. Have liberalized the antivirus priveledges.
Saving the backup components document. Those events may not even be related to the shadow copies used by the backup but were triggered while the backup was running by another process. Checkmark the following checkboxes: List last 10 Event Viewer log List Installed Programs List Users, Partitions and Memory size. Hope this helps you out. It is a shame there is not a way to manually append an incremental to a set just renaming it from tmp is no good, of course, as Reflect has no knowledge or record of it after the process fails.
Regards Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help, and unmark the answers if they provide no help. Check with the publisher to see if a new signed version of the kernel module is available. You just have to use msconfig to add one start up item at a time till you find which one is giving you the grief. Run Autoruns which I assume you still have from our last post. It is a shame there is not a way to manually append an incremental to a set just renaming it from tmp is no good, of course, as Reflect has no knowledge or record of it after the process fails. Check the Application event log for more information. Waiting for the asynchronous operation to finish.
When scanning is done, go Edit, Select All. Waiting for the asynchronous operation to finish. I have been getting dozens, if not hundreds, of these warning statements in my event viewer. Check the Application event log for more information. Click Start , click All Programs , click Accessories , right-click Command Prompt , and then click Run as administrator. Disk 1 is the boot and i'm trying to clone it to 0. If you still have your Office 2010 installer, it may be worth a shot, although your next Windows Update session will probably include a wall of Office updates.
Check security on the volume, and try the operation again. Operation: Removing auto-release shadow copies Loading provider Context: Execution Context: System Provider Anyone have any idea? Each is running very high memory. I'm guessing it's the C: drive, but I can't figure out how to determine which drive corresponds with the alphanumeric string listed in the error code. It is a shame there is not a way to manually append an incremental to a set just renaming it from tmp is no good, of course, as Reflect has no knowledge or record of it after the process fails. Check security on the volume, and try the operation again. Please let me know if you are still working on this for me.