|16 Nov 2010||#1|
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trouble with Windows Backup (hope I'm on the right board)
So in backing up my hard drive, everything seems to go off without a hitch, until it's finished. I always get the same notice:
"The backup completed but some files were skipped."
When I check which files were skipped, it's always the same four, with this file path:
and then the name of one of my document folders. And then it says:
"ErrorThe system cannot find the file specified. (0x80070002))"
Now, in the interests of science, I've checked that location, and those folders do indeed not exist. My question is this: is the absence of those folders in any way interfering with the backing up of my document folders (the ones under C:\Users\Me\)? If so, how do I fix it, and if not, how do I make Windows ignore those folders so it will stop giving me an error?
tl,dr: backup doesn't work, folders missing.
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