jdjdjd Posted March 28, 2003 Report Share Posted March 28, 2003 I am getting an compare error on about 11 .BMP files. All the messages report the same offset (176) and the same stream name. I have never edited or changed any of the bitmap files that are being reported (in fact, if you look at the error message below, you'll see that the error is from a retrospect bitmap file). I have no idea why these files even have streams associated with them (I've run an anti-virus check as a precaution and it doesn't report any problems). I have seen a Dantz technical note on this issue but I don't think that it applies here. I'm not running on a Mac, and I don't see why a SCSI problem would produce this kind of regularity. Here's an example of an error: File "D:\Programs\Retrospect\drsupp\drbk016.bmp": didn't compare at offset 176 in stream ":Q30lsldxJoudresxAaaqpcawXc:DATA" Any ideas on what might be causing this? Does Retrospect have problems with streams? I am using Retrospect 5.5 for Workgroups. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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