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Finally got there !!!! I got a back up error: The drive cannot find the sector requested (0x8007001B. I have not seen any comments on the latter? Anyone got resolution on this? have a peek here

Reply greg huffman says: January 12, 2008 at 9:12 am hello gents well im having the same problem here as my new gateway mt-3705 notebook started backing u files and putting The notebook is usually resting on a flat surface so ventilation should not be an issue.   Thanks in advance for any guidance to help me resolve this.   Bill

0 The Back-up files will be written to the "D" drive 3) close up everything and take a look at "D" It should contain your back-up files, which in my case, Contact at [email protected] Reply Agnes says: January 2, 2008 at 6:56 am I have been able to make backups on my HP Pavilion with the Vista operating system, but now they

Performance & Maintenance FULL disk space in recovery AND drive c is lowmy recovery is full and my drive c is low recovery drive information windows 78.33% USER 6.41% PROGRAM FILES The first never was published. I just need to copy the recovery partition and make it work, and then reinstall from scratch... I then backed up just the documents and photos & the backup was sucessful.

  • i just want my new computer to work as well as my older xp model.
  • WhenI tried to do an incremental backup later on the same DVD, it failed.
  • I tried pressing escape key and then f9 (boot options menu) but i cant find the usb stick to boot from it   What i am doing wrong...  


Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Computer Help forum 7 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions icon I know this is a motherboard fault causing this, can some one please give me the code to get into this so I can reset the password in bios? In this utility you can easily see your drives and their partitions. I own a HP Pavilion Elite m9050 and while backing-up to a DVD-R got the error message: the parameter is incorrect (0x80070057).

Oooops!! Then I tried backing up just the emails & got the error message again. Here's how it breaks down: July 10th - Offline Files July 11th - Backup, Complete PC Backup, System Restore and Shadow Copies I know there are some things I would like James Reply james says: March 22, 2017 at 10:58 pm Hi retexan Sorry to hear you had a bad experience with the Backup and Restore feature in Windows Vista, I'll let

im not a tech geek. Rgds Reply Mary says: March 22, 2017 at 10:58 pm any update to jamessenior's 7/21 troublshooting comments above for hp dvd/rw error of ‘the drive cannot find the sector requested. (0x8007001B)' Then again using Acronis cloned this older drive onto the new drive that failed windows setup originally. It has a problem of backing up many GB of files that have not been touched in years.

reply Synergy Solutions replied on June 25, 2013 - 9:19am Permalink The initial instructions worked for the most part. This time I got an error in Ubuntu, when it came to copy the recovery partition. Check out this post for a link to error messages and resolutions: http://blogs.technet.com/james/archive/2008/02/06/vista-backup-errors-and-apologies.aspx Best Regards James Reply james says: March 22, 2017 at 10:58 pm Hi Asaf Have you tried looking Why not put in (Local disk properties, properties, change settings) a button to cause a second HD to be recognized as a backup device.

Reply Paul Rodenhuis says: November 18, 2007 at 12:52 pm Like many others, I get the 0x8007001B error on my Toshiba A200, writing to a duallayer DVD+R 8.5GB. http://hamlookup.com/hp-pavilion/hp-pavilion-recovery-error-and-inability-to-get-past-hp-recovery-manager.html Rats ….. I have made 2 attemps to back up. My next attempt will be to assign a network path to the HD I want to use for backup within the same machine but I am getting in a little over

Reply Steve Blevins says: February 27, 2008 at 7:03 pm I successfully backuped up Vista business to a WD Passport USB HD. Do I have to delete the entire Backup Set? I just typed "sudo gparted" to run it. Check This Out I do not know what this means.

Reply jfs says: July 11, 2007 at 1:47 am I recently purchased an HP pavillion a6040n desktop with vista home premium. Is only workaround at this point to backup to external hard drive or to recovery partition? Sounds drastic, but if you are in no danger, you should be OK. 3) Once you clear ouot all that space, just make one Brand New Backup, and then tell your

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Just a tip. Yes I am running the Vista search query indexer but no anti virus or other file checker. It was already installed by default. As soon as I touch the HP RECOVERY partition the recovery isn't working.

Called HP and was told no record, no free discs and it will cost a lot to make the discs. however this is a year old, I have installed Intel(R) Driver update utility. I am afraid that this could be a warning of something to happen. this contact form Start the backup to DVD-R and then "The drive cannot find the sector requested. (0x8007001B)" I've got a Vaio N38E running Vista Home Premium.

Parameter is incorrect (0x80070057) Reply ozarka says: November 2, 2007 at 11:48 pm Vista Busi Trying "complete PC" C drive - vista volume 200GB partition D drive - xp volume 50GB The time now is 17:58. I kept the third (RECOVERY) partition intact and then placed the new disk back on the Notebook. The second partition (the main C drive in Windows), was corrupted, so it died during that part. 4) Knowing that the third partition is the restore partition (and the fact it

it crashed my photoshop cs3 and i cant complete the wedding i was working on. You got me out of a complex harddrive switching nightmare. The exact procedures will vary depending on the individual drive setup i.e. reply use3r replied on March 21, 2012 - 5:34am Permalink Great info, I need to copy a functional recovery partition, I have just downloaded acronis but will try ur way first.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Anti-Virus by xspainx69 / August 20, 2008 3:36 AM PDT In reply to: Nothing I am using Norton Internet Security 2008 & Norton Reply Cindy says: June 16, 2008 at 12:43 am I just went to get me a WD 250GB USB HD to backup my files on my ACER Aspire 5100 Vista and Moving HP Recovery and HP Tools partition the the "end" of the disk results in a black screen with an errot that due to a recent hardware or software..... Since the important pieces of data are exactly the same, the recovery software can run correctly.

When trying to set up the backup I get a username/password prompt when I select the network location, but no matter what I put in it always fails with this message, HOW DO I DELETE OLD FILES?? I'll try and raise a service request for you after that.