ANKulin Posted March 27, 2015 Report Share Posted March 27, 2015 Personal user here who bought the product to have backups of my external hard drives with all my photographs stored on them (80,000 +/-). The drive became corrupted and so I had to reformat the drive and restored my back-up files overnight and into the early morning. Before leaving for the office (~ 7AM), I checked in on the progress and the ETA for completion was another 1:45 min (so ~ 8:45 AM). On return home, restore had completed and I checked the logs. At 8:50 AM there were tow errors reported: Can't Access volume Photos X: - error 1102 (drive mising/unavailable) Script "Backup X-->Q" incomplete Running version 22.214.171.124 (Desktop version) as ver. 10 update came while we were on vacation and so I havenot yet upgraded I have noticed that some photographs from the last couple of subdirectories seem to be missing on my restored drive (the subdirectories are present, but empty of contents). I am in oporcee of checking other subdirectories to see if anything else may be missing too. My question is - Is there a way to get Retrospect to restart the recovery so that it only checks for and adds back any missing files to my photos hard-drive, or do I need to start over from the beginning again and hope everyhting transfers over again without error? Thanks Andrew Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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