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  1. Hello, Can you help me with the following problem: I get an end of file error ("-39") when backing up an xp partition through a Mac client. It's always the files perfc007.dat, perfc009.dat, perfh007.dat, and perfh009.dat. Running chkdsk on xp before retrying from the Mac didn't help. Virus scans found nothing (it's a freshly installed XP). Backup Machine: MacOS 10.5.8; Retrospect 6.1.230 with driver Client Machine: MacOS 1.6.7; Retrospect Client 6.2.234. Is there a way to fix that? If not, are these files vital for XP? I understand they have to do with some performance measuring tool that I could survive without. Any ideas are greatly appreciated.
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