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Every backup fails - please help

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Out of the blue my express HD has stopped working on my XP machine. Here is the error message:

 

Normal backup using DirectBackup at 12/2/2009 6:39 AM

To Backup Set RestorePoint...

-12/2/2009 6:39:46 AM: Copying Local Disk (C:)

Scanning incomplete, error -1127 (data error detected in file using cyclic redundancy check)

 

Can anyone tell me how to fix this?

 

I am very frustrated.

 

Mark

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Have you tried running a scan disk on the C: drive? Retrospect might be having trouble reading data from the disk.

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OK so I reformatted my hard drive and used Express HD as a disaster recovery tool. It worked perfectly. My first subsequent backup worked perfectly.

Since then I keep getting yellow dots telling me there are problems during the backup.

The latest problems are these:

 

12/6/2009 2:32:04 PM: Copying Local Disk (C:)

File "C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\195.62\WinXP\English\PhysX_9.09.0814_SystemSoftware.exe": can't read, error -1127 (data error detected in file using cyclic redundancy check)

12/6/2009 2:52:47 PM: Snapshot stored, 139.2 MB

12/6/2009 2:53:01 PM: Comparing Local Disk (C:)

An error occurred during the verification step. The MD5 digest for the file "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Adobe PCD\cache\cache.db" did not match, error -1129 (MD5 digest mismatch)

12/6/2009 2:56:28 PM: Execution completed successfully

 

Completed: 506 files, 3.0 GB

Performance: 551.6 MB/minute (403.2 copy, 873.0 compare)

Duration: 00:24:24 (00:13:31 idle/loading/preparing)

 

Can anyone diagnose why I get errors with certain files?

 

TIA

 

Mark

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My problem keeps cascading.

I had to remove the program entirely due to this error message consistently coming up on the screen:

 

Assertion Failure at tstring-cpp-2214.

 

What can I do now?

I no longer can run the program.

 

Thanks - Mark

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