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  1. Well, I think I should've read your post more carefully, butthe error is still there, even if I am trying to rebuild from the first member of the media set. So the problem is not Retrospect 8.2 not recognizing the 6.1 catalog, the problem is that I still can't get to choose the destination folder for the new catalog file. Thanks, playersons
  2. duh, I should have waited with rebuilding the 30+x members media set in 6.1. Now I have to do it again, only this time it will take not just a couple of days. Thanks for enlightening me and ruining my week ;-) Regards, playersons
  3. I go to Media Sets, choose Rebuild, define type of Media Set (Tape) and click Next. Then I select the device (AIT4) that was used with this Catalog and click Next again. Then I get to select the folder for the new (rebuilded?) Catalog which doesn't work. Whatever volume or folder I select, I get an Error "An Error occured" when I hit the Rebuild button. What am I missing here? It's a Power Mac G5 DP, Retrospect 8.2 and Mac OS X 10.5.8 Thanks for any help.
  4. Thank you very much for your replies. I will try the suggested procedure and report any issues. Regards, playersons
  5. I am trying to restore backup content from 32 tapes using Retrospect 6.1 on Mac OS X 10.4. After processing data from tape 30 the next tape was requested but could not be found immediatly. So it was marked as missing and restore went on with next tape. Now that tape 31 is found again how can its content be restored without repeating the whole procedure that took more than a week? I could not find anything in the Retrospect user's guide and appreciate any hint. Thank you very much. playersons
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