Do youhave any idea why it's telling me the discs are write protected? Cheers James Reply james says: November 20, 2016 at 3:42 am Hi Richard Thanks for letting me know - I'll get the problem passed on to the relevant team within Microsoft Rgds Reply Mary says: November 20, 2016 at 3:42 am any update to jamessenior's 7/21 troublshooting comments above for hp dvd/rw error of ‘the drive cannot find the sector requested. (0x8007001B)' When trying to set up the backup I get a username/password prompt when I select the network location, but no matter what I put in it always fails with this message, this content
The need is to "burn" across multilpe DVDs (e.g. 2 to 6) !!! For devices that use AC power, unplug the device from the electrical outlet or power strip, wait 30 seconds, and then plug it back in. I have an HP Pavillion Dv6000.The backup starts just fine, backing up a bunch of stuff that I would not want backup, but then after seemingly writing to a portion of Using above method will surely resolve your entire issue of Windows Vista error 0x81000008. weblink
I need to access data in Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus external drive. Now, I am trying to restore the files using the advanced option. Heres hoping someone finds a solution soon - cheers !
Help! Thank goodness! The problem that I experienced was with the Restore process built into Windows Vista 64 Ultimate. Turn on the device power switch, and then plug it in to your computer.
I have an HP Pavillion Dv6000.The backup starts just fine, backing up a bunch of stuff that I would not want backup, but then after seemingly writing to a portion of James Reply james says: November 20, 2016 at 3:42 am Hi Geechang, Thanks for your feedback, I'll pass this on to the backup team. Reply patricia says: December 11, 2008 at 12:42 am Help! http://problem-windows-installing-software.blogspot.com/2014/04/fix-windows-error-0x81000008.html 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.
An error occurred. Can you help? At first I had Documents, Pictures and Email marked for back-up. They suggest to connect the Maxtor drive to another Windows XP PC and get the data through a network sharing method.
Yes, I have brand new hardware (ASUS, NVIDIA, CORSAIR, Q6600, WD Raptors) with latest drivers and service packs. It is VERY frustrating that the Vista BackUp/Restore function DOES NOT work! Seemed to be backing up to DVD, then error: "The drive cannot find the sector requested. (0x8007001B)" Please post the solution to this problem on this site,James from Microsoft. thakn you for your help Reply Larry E.
However it is not clear if the Complete PC Backup does a complete sector based copy of the entire disk, or just the Vista Partition. news Reply Glenn Shirley says: December 4, 2008 at 6:35 pm I have Vista Ultimate. Well, if so, mark the 10th and 11th July in your calendar because the team who brought you Backup in Windows Vista will be available to chat. Then last night Backup ran at 3 AM and somehow found another 40 GB of files to add to the USB backup disc.
Does this mean that Vista cannot do a automated back-up of emails? It has a problem of backing up many GB of files that have not been touched in years. and it demanded the bad disk again so i put it in it proceeded to burn a disk then ask for a new disk but would not open the drive,not w/ have a peek at these guys For more info check out the team blog, entitled "The Filing Cabinet".
Please post the email address of the product manager for this program, apparently he needs to hear directly from the customers whose satisfactions is supposedly important to him/her. Backup appears to run properly and then at the end says "The drive cannot find the sector requested 0x8007001B" I'm going to try with an external drive tonight. it wont read seagate external drive.
I haven't installed/uninstalled anything on it yet and thought I'd make a complete PC backup before i start. I need to backupmy harddrive to my external Maxtor hard drive because my new Dell laptop has a harddrive problem and it is being replaced. SmartPCFixer is an instrument intended to bestead you solve error 0X81000008 on windows vista computer.. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
In other forums they say that "My hard disk is NTFS and my external drive is FAT32"and hence the answer to this problem is to format the external HD and turn Thanks Al Reply Al Kovalick says: May 23, 2008 at 8:04 pm James This my second attempt to leave a comment. Steps to fix error 0X81000008 on windows vista computer. check my blog The following information might help you resolve error.
No error log, just informational. Thanks, Neil. These zip files are contained inside the backup folder on the destination hard drive. Email [email protected] Dick Spires Reply Anonymous says: November 20, 2016 at 3:42 am I changed directions a little on this problem today.
Can you tell me what type of computer you have? So the resolution was quite simple, to remove all the additional backup folders other than the main one for the PC and put them in another directory elsewhere on the drive, When you try to perform file backup process in your windows vista then you might have received this error Error: 0x81000008 "The backup disk has a corrupted file system. vista is not intutive.
James Reply Anonymous says: November 20, 2016 at 3:42 am There were a lot of comments in my post about Windows Vista backup I made in the summer and I wanted