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07 Oct 2011  

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1

OK guys, here are two snips, Disk Management and Disk Backup. Drive "G" is a clone of drive "C" which I made with Macrium Reflect. Drive "D" was used in the past to make an image of "C" with Win7 Backup, but I formatted it after some experimenting with some other backup software. (Macrium Reflect and Acronis.)

Since I uninstalled "D" with Device Manager and rebooted so Windows would re-install it, what additional benefit would be derived from physically removing and re-installing it? I really don't want to take the box out of the cabinet, open the case, disconnect the drive, etc, etc, unless absolutely necessary.

Pressing any key on the Backup page results in the Server failed to connect 0x80080005 error. Create an image on the left panel or trying to change any setting, etc. all result in the error message. Edit: Actually anything that needs to start Backup fails. I can turn on and off the schedule, look for another backup image, etc.

Thanks for all of the help, Jim

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