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Plug "event 2155348010" into google. I'm no expert on sector sizes, but it seems that's the issue.
Mostly with Samsungs, but with others too.
This is recent
Backup Fails With Error Code "2155348010"
Don't let "server backup" throw you. I've read that Win 7 uses the same backup software.
Anyway. that's where I'd start.
Or, if you can successfully do the backup to another drive, that would settle the question.
BTW, using a different backup utility, such as Macrium, could also be the fastest solution.
You can search this forum for very good info on Macrium.
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