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Does the error show up for multiple clients or just one client? Does it show up during the Copying phase or the Comparing phase?

 

Files/folders not being found may mean that some running application created a temporary file or folder that Retrospect noted during the scanning phase for the client, but which was deleted by the other application before it could be copied or compared. Such errors can safely be ignored.

 

It can also indicate directory corruption on the source volume, where, for example, a folder that was deleted is still listed in the directory. If the error appears for the same client and always in the copying phase, it would suggest that directory corruption is a likely suspect.

 

A bit more information about your backup setup, including syetem and software versions, number of files being backed up, and the extent of the problem would be helpful

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