Windows 7 Backup Error I O Device Error
louwin View Public Profile Find More Posts by louwin 18 Mar 2012 #4 wanchoo Windows 7 Pro with SP1 32bit 1,169 posts Gurgaon, India If you have used Very happy at this point…I just got done setting up the scheduled backup for Windows Server Backup and will come back tomorrow to post the results. It also shows as having 4096 Bytes Per Sector etc, just as yours did out of the box. RECOMMENDED: Click here to repair/restore missing Windows files & Optimize your PC Related Posts: Our Data, Our Selves: A Guest Post & Whitepaper on Data Backup Free Imaging, Backup and Recovery have a peek here
What can I do here? · actions · 2014-Mar-25 8:42 pm · davePremium Memberjoin:2000-05-04not in ohio dave Premium Member 2014-Mar-25 8:47 pm I'd guess you have a failing disk. WouterReply Marionnette says: February 17, 2014 at 9:49 pm Yeah ! Windows XP was a very simple read to see where what was. Hope something helps. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-performance/i-have-tried-to-backup-my-hard-drive-but-half-way/0fd063df-37bd-451f-940e-df1a9455216c
The Request Could Not Be Performed Because Of An I/o Device Error 0x8007045d
ForumsJoin Search similar:Diagnostic ideas for a Misbehaving Laptop Forums → Software and Operating Systems → Microsoft → [WIN7] Backup operation keeps failing | I/O device error uniqs4924 Share « [WIN8] Transfering Try running something like HDTune to do an error check.(chkdsk /r, and hdtune, will take a lot time. Again, thanks.Reply Corey Moullas says: October 21, 2011 at 9:59 pm Glad I could be of help Steve!Reply Alois says: January 16, 2012 at 9:04 pm Hi,I have exactly this problem, So any problems with shadow copies etc aren't relevant My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number self built (Desktop) HP dv6 (Laptop) OS Windows 7 Professional x64 (Desktop) Home Premium x64 (Laptop)
What grid should I use designing UI for the desktop app? Backup and Restore Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums The drive is recognised by my PC, and I have tried disconnecting and reconnecting a number of times - to no avail. Windows Backup Error Code 0x8078002a Seagate Microsoft Image Backup in Windows 7 will not support Seagate 3TB and 4TB drives (along with most other external drives above 2.1TB).
So I 1) Imaged to drive F:, internal 1.5Tb Seagate - success in 4 minutes 2) Tried to image to K:, external Seagate 3Tb - wrote one 44Mb file and failed. Windows 7 Backup Error 0x8078002a With the growing trend of larger and larger HDs.. This external backup drive is the K:\ drive on my system. http://www.backup-utility.com/res/backup-with-I-O-device-error-4348.html then delete it. - now highlight the 'hidden partition' > click 'extend' > it will ask for size..
Backup and Restore External hard drive image failedHi, I have two internal 500Gb SATA drives and one external 500Gb ESATA drive. Windows 7 Backup 4k Sector If it shows “Bytes per sector: 512” and “Bytes per Physical Sector: 4096”, this is an advanced format (4K) disk with 512-byte emulation. it causes data to be misplaced, data innaccuracies, missing data, random errors, performance problems, etc. Windows 7: Backup failed error 0x8078002A on an external 3Tb drive Page 1 of 2 1 2 > 17 Mar 2012 #1 louwin Windows 7 Professional x64 (Desktop) Home Premium
Windows 7 Backup Error 0x8078002a
Finally used their format software with "vista or later" option - backing up Windows 7 like a champ now. http://superuser.com/questions/491922/windows-7-backup-to-3tb-seagate-external-drive-got-0x8078002a-error I had no idea it was due to the size. The Request Could Not Be Performed Because Of An I/o Device Error 0x8007045d The time now is 10:47. Windows 7 Backup Error Code 0x8078002a Microsoft Update Catalog Works With Any Browser [Security] by aefstoggaflm257.
Do you think it would be safe for me to re-format the Drive as suggested at the top of this page although is is not a WD Drive ?Reply Pingback: Windows navigate here Check to see if your external drive has this built in process and if so, then give it a try. It really helped me get this portion.Reply Val says: July 8, 2015 at 9:58 pm Four years later, and your post is still helping people out. Out of the box this drive did not work with Windows backup at all. I/o Device Error 0x8078002a
a permanent fix is to do a clean install and get rid of that hidden partition. Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Backup and Restore » User Name Remember Me? That said, I do believe this should cover all WD drives 2.5TB and larger to correct this issue. Check This Out Thank you very much.Reply Chris Harris says: January 14, 2013 at 2:09 am I'm trying this on Windows server 2008 R2 - I don't get the "factory defaults" option, I see
As a workaround the disk can be formatted with "Advanced Format"/512E to use 512K blocks. Windows 7 Backup Error 0x8007045d Once the run is completed, you will be taken to your desktop. you need atleast 40mb of empty space to do a successful backup.
For Expansion drives, consider using DiscWizard as an alternative to Microsoft's backup.
Google just disclosed a major Windows bug - and Microsoft isn't happy [Security] by andyross260. Your cache administrator is webmaster. or somehow clean it up to make room.. Wd Quick Formatter Tool SAMSUNG SP0822N ATA Device ~ 80 GigaBytes 2.
go ahead and create it. - now delete 1 partition.. You should run it as administrator.1.2. Thank you! this contact form ANOTHER TIDBIT: Western Digital came out with a fix for their 3TB drives..
Then I hooked it up to my Small Business Server 2008 and saw the drive pop up. Note the 1st discussion is for a Western Digital drive, which seem to have a solution with the WD Quick Formatter tool. It completed sucessfully. Either it insists on rebooting and then never actually does it, or even when it actually does run, it never detects anything either.**EDIT** Son of a *expletive* it failed again! 99%,
iMac just got some real competition... [Apple] by HiVolt270. But running CHKDSK /R on the external turns up nothing (and takes a ridiculous amount of time on top of it).Scratching my head trying to figure this out. I am sorry for any inconvenience but Windows Backup does not support 4K sectors.