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TCPFileLoc, winerr 99 etc.

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Since a few days I get these errors during normal backup or during duplicate.

 

 

 

Retro 6.5.350 german version on W2000 Professional

 

Retro runs as "Administrator" with all rights, it happens only on local Volume C:, all other local volumes and all clients backup and/or duplicate fine.

 

 

 

Nothing was changed on the systems, especially nothing with the users in common or "Administrator" in special.

 

 

 

Check of the drive C did not show anything and not change anything. Free space on C is 180 MByte.

 

 

 

The backup goes on two different external hard drives (two day rotation), the problem happens no matter on which drive.

 

 

 

a sample (one of about 35000 for this volume during one run!!)

 

Code:


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TPCFileLoc::GetInfo: UFindFirstFile failed, \\?\0:\WINNT\system32\dllcache\wamps.dll, winerr 999, error -1001

 

MapError: unknown Windows error 999

 

TPCFile::BackupReadOpen: UCreateFile failed, \\?\0:\WINNT\system32\dllcache\wamps.dll, winerr 999, error -1001

 

> Datei "C:\WINNT\system32\dllcache\wamps.dll": Sicherheitsinformationen können nicht gelesen werden, Fehler -1001 (Windows: unbekannter Fehler)

 

MapError: unknown Windows error 999

 

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And it ends up with the message the snapshot cannot be stored. Means, that backup is unusable!?

 

 

 

Any further ideas?

 

 

 

Thanks in advance, best regards

 

Matthias Mansfeld

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Hi

 

What type of drive is this? PATA? SATA? SCSI? RAID?

Be sure you have the latest drivers for the hard drive controller installed.

 

Thanks

nate

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> Free space on C is 180 MByte...

 

I would assume you might be simply running out of space for temp etc. stuff. Are you locking Windows page file, or its size on peril of the OS?

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