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Windows 7: backup crash

30 Nov 2009   #1
gisxer

 
 
backup crash

this problem is mostly my fault, but i can't seem to fix it. i don't like the backup functionality and wanted to use a third party one. i was using it and had it on a schedule. i deleted the backup files on my backup drive, but forgot to turn off the back up. now the action center in the sys tray says a backup is in progress all the time. it was crashing frequently for a while till i disabled the back up in services. so seems stable for now, but the sys tray still says a back up is in progress. any ideas?


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30 Nov 2009   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gisxer View Post
this problem is mostly my fault, but i can't seem to fix it. i don't like the backup functionality and wanted to use a third party one. i was using it and had it on a schedule. i deleted the backup files on my backup drive, but forgot to turn off the back up. now the action center in the sys tray says a backup is in progress all the time. it was crashing frequently for a while till i disabled the back up in services. so seems stable for now, but the sys tray still says a back up is in progress. any ideas?
Hi and welcome

So you now dont have a backup to restore from, right? Is the system working ok besides the backup services?

Ken J+
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30 Nov 2009   #3
gisxer

 
 

yes. there are no windows backup files. yeah, it's seems ok except for the darn notification that i can't get rid of
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