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Windows 7: Help with Error Code 0x8100002F and phantom path to backup item

08 Jul 2012   #1

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Help with Error Code 0x8100002F and phantom path to backup item

A 2 week old drive ( D: ) died on a machine I built so I rebuilt the machine with new drive (G: ). C: is the system drive (SSD) and D: was the variables (My Docs etc) which are now on G:. The computer appears to be working well but some place I have an invalid path. It only shows itself when I attempt to back up (to a NAS) and get an action centre message “ Windows Backup skipped D:\Searches because it cannot be found on drive D:\.” It true I don’t have a drive D: but for the life of me I can’t find where this path is set. Can anybody point me in the right direction?

Cheers
Mark

I have tried manually setting back up paths and then going back to "let windows decide" and the error remains. D drive no longer exists so could not try setting a new folder as suggested in one thread. Any thoughts ?


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