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  1. Due to huge corruption issues with Microsoft Outlook, their tech support told me to erase and reformat my Windows installation. (Windows 10 64, latest updates.) I used this change as an opportunity to resize the Windows partition and another partition on the same volume. My Backup 2017 volume is a separate 4 TB HDD. Before erasing the old Windows installation, i copied off the \ProgramData\Retrospect folder and restored this folder after doing the new Retrospect installation. I am running Retrospect 11.5 Professional. As a result, I was able to preserve all my scripts, subfolders, and Source Groups. However, whenever I tried to do a Backup operation, Retrospect complains that it cannot find the target Backup Set member: So I selected the backup drive, which is G:. Notice that I can actually see the target Backup Set member. Doing Properties on this member, everything seems OK. So I drilled down through the directory structure to that specific backup Member, but I still can't select it for backup. So I have no way to run the backup, it seems. I even set Configure > Devices to ignore the driveID of the backup drive. WHAT do I do now? I'm even willing to upgrade to Version 12 if that fixes the problem. x509
  2. I've got a backup set on LTO4. When I check the stats on the members the last one used shows a size of 2162 GB which is impossible for LTO4. The next member is new and empty which makes no sense. I considered recreating the catalog file, but I am concerned that might screw things up more. Any suggestions? Retrospect for Windows
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