|19 Apr 2014||#1|
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Backup "silly" issue - won't backup
Trying to backup on an newly formatted exterior 1.5TB drive and I get this message:
"The service cannot be started, either because itis disabled or because it has no enabled devices associated with it (0x80070422)"
OK, so I keep trying and I get this:
"There is not enough disk space to create that volume shadow copy on the storage location. Make
sure that, for all volumes to be backed up, the minimum required disk space for shadow copy
creation is available. This applies to both the backup storage destination and volumes included in
the backup. Minimum requirement For volumesless than 500 megabytes, the minimum is 50
megabytes of free space. For volumes more thon 500 megabytes, the minimum is 320 megabytes
of free space. Recommended: At least 1 GB of free disk space on each volume if volume size
is more than 1 gigabyte. (0x80780119)"
But what is weird is that I DO have enabled (external) device and it is 1.5TB
Anybody can offer suggestions?...thanks
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|22 Apr 2014||#3|
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Thanks for your input, but been there & done that. I did a complete format for the backup drive (1.5TB) and it tells me there's not enough space. I think the issue comes from my backing up the SSD drive (Samsung 750MB) to a "normal" HD (WD Black) have been unable to locate anything on the Samsung site to see how to backup their drives - weird....maybe they just expect you to merely make a copy of it; maybe they think their stuff is so good it doesn't need tobe backed up......anyway...still trying
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