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Windows 7: Format of a disk issue code

17 Feb 2013   #71
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

WMPNetworkSvc - What is it and what is the default services.msc
Dear Community,

I went onto to Google thinking that I would be able to avoid embarassment by going on here and ask why that I have WMPNetworkSvc has access to some of my documents.

I know that I am a silly sausage. I even have been ditched on MS Communities for my supposed 'filddling".

I just wish to finish this back up and know what the default of the above is as I was told to do a workaround for my back up on Microsoft Communities and disable it.



In my experience, the backup fails with the 0x80070002 error because of two things:
1) The built-in administrator account is disabled (it is disabled by default in Windows 7)
2) The Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service is enabled


2) Disable the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service , this also can be done several ways. The two most common ways are:
msconfig
click the Start Menu
type msconfig in the "search programs and files" entry box (or from Run dialog box)
select the Services tab at the top of the window
un-check the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service
click Apply
click OK (you may see some warnings or notifications, click OK)
restart the computer
OR
services.msc
click the Start Menu
type services.msc in the "search programs and files" entry box (or from Run dialog box)
select the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service fro the list at the right
right-click it and select properties
set Startup type to disabled
click Apply
click OK
restart the computer
3) Backup the computer

Windows 7 Backup Error 0x80070002 - Microsoft Community

Thank you

So there is no need to have it on Automatic - delayed start.

When do you ever use it?

I did not do it after a clean install. I just did it for an error in back up.

Is it normal for your libraries to look like the following afterwards?

I also saw that there was an extra permission on my documents.

Not allowed to 'fiddle' with any settings anymore




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17 Feb 2013   #72
gregrocker

 

Why are you continuiing to try to use Windows Backup? Did you learn nothing after having a backup program lose your files? I told you already how to back up your files, more than once. Sort all of them into the appropriate User folders, then drag those User folders to external. Simple. If you want it automated I will help you set up SyncToys on a schedule or whenever you want it.

The problem is that you don't learn. You don't listen to any advice or even respond to it, just bring up the next problem as though you didn't even read what we wrote. So it is hard to help you. When you begin reacting to our specific advice - asking all the questions needed to get it done correctly - then we can progress.

Please try to focus now: Can you use the backup method I have outlined just now and several times before?

If you insist on using Windows Backup, did you remove the entire C and external drive from being backed up?
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17 Feb 2013   #73
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Dear Greg,

Thank you for your email -

I am trying to focus

-

With regards to the backup - I am having trouble still with the skydrive.

I will try it once more with the C: and external, so then I can try and tick that off my list to do.

Can you please clarify what you mean by sort them into all the correct User files?

I am listening - maybe you do not understand how ill I really am. Also how scared and hopeless I really feel.
I do not know what you mean by User?
I also do not know how to drag the contents out - will it leave the an imprint in the folder and not cause any errors?

I am currently running the back up - hopefully I got the settings correct. I thought that I could just put the file back in place - as I may have dragged it and then re do the Windows back up. I did not even get an explanation on why it would come up with the code.

Could you also assist me with the above WMPNetworkSvc settings as it becomes distressing to me - my other computer has it as started and enabled? I do not want to loose the internet or any work?

I hear what you are saying.
I apologise.
I am upset. I am dying. I have limited function also. I wish that you could see me in my hospital bed at the moment.


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17 Feb 2013   #74
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

I have tried running the back up again with the same error and I know what you are going to say.

I tried my best.

I am doing the best I can and it is tough to tell you that I am struggling with stamina and brain health.

I received theh same message back on my Back attempt.

I guess what is getting to me is that I never had any issues prior to me having a look at public folders etc. I should have just left it alone.

Then the crash of external hard drive - it has woken me up.

With the back up - I want it perfect before I can move forward.

If you wish to tell me to get it done physically - as it must be tough having me - who is not good on a computer - trying to relay poor communication to the forum.

You have been more than helpful and I do wish to take you up on your offer. It is 02:00 am - so I must go.

Will try again tomorrow.
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17 Feb 2013   #75
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

This is the log from the back up.


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File Type: log Backup Files 2013-02-18 011047_error.log (336 Bytes, 0 views)
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17 Feb 2013   #76
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Dear Greg,

Before I go, I went to previous versions of Skydrive and found the following:

I do not know what to do.

I guess I am too sick and ill and stupid to own a computer.

I want the security changed also on the Word document that I posted - I have no idea how it got access.

I give up.

Going to rest for the night.

I am very upset. I understand where your post was coming from too.


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17 Feb 2013   #77
gregrocker

 

Which backup method would you like to use? Let's help you decide that first then we can proceed.

- Windows automatic file and image backup
- Manually dragging User folders to external as often as you want
- Scheduling SyncToys (with out help) to backup User folders to external on a schedule or defining another trigger.
- Rooting your User folders in Skydrive so everything stays sync'd from MS Servers: Sync, Backup and Store your Files to the Cloud with Skydrive - Windows 7 Forums
- Other?
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17 Feb 2013   #78
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Windows Automatic file and image back up.

I will then drag manually the files I require to external.

I also found this in my computer -

Is it fixable my problem or very big? I know that I am silly and I am so sorry. You have been kind - extremely kind.

I will look at Sync Toys tomorrow


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17 Feb 2013   #79
gregrocker

 

OK you just chose three out of the four options I mentioned. Please focus on one backup method first and then we can discuss secondary backups.

If you are reinstalling Win7 then it isn't necessary to try to undo the mess that's been made of the file System, backup of the backup drive, etc. What's needed is to decide how you plan to proceed, settle on ONE method, then go ahead and back up to external to get ready for reinstall.

Even more important is that you promise to stop messing with everything once you get a perfect reinstall. We will support you getting that reinstall and even help you set it up perfectly. But if you start fiddling with everything again we cannot help you. Are you able to control yourself?
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17 Feb 2013   #80
Melissa

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Windows Back Up and that will do me at the moment.

Can you please assist me with the backup error or not?

I promise not to do anything else to my computer - ever
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