E7C3000F when backing up with Ghost 9

  Bruz 16:32 26 Apr 06
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I have been using Ghost for a long time and this is the first time it has failed to make a backup. It got to 25% and stopped.

The full error is ________________________________________________
"Backup of C:\ did not complete successfully. Error E7C3000F:Device\\.\PQV2iSnapshot0 cannot read 4,096 sectors starting at LBA 83,440,640. ERROR 00000017: Data error (cyclic redundancy check). (0X7C3000F)
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I have used chkdsk and it says that there are four numbered files that it cannot read,
they are
64772
64773
64774
64775
for some reason XP pro 2 sp2 only runs DOS in read only mode on my PC so I cannot delete them.
Can any please explain this error and a possible solution to it?

  Marsh Warden © ™ 17:39 26 Apr 06

click here is your hard drive getting short of space?

  Bruz 22:39 26 Apr 06

No I have 47gig of free space on it.

  woodchip 22:43 26 Apr 06

You have Hard Drive Errors. Go to My Computer double click on it right click C:\ drive and tick the box to auto fix errors then run the program, it will need to restart computer

  Bruz 13:21 27 Apr 06

Thanks Marsh & Woodchip for your input, the auto fix did the job and a complete backup proves it.
It is good when you can get help.
Thanks to you both again.
Regards Bruz

  woodchip 15:39 27 Apr 06

Can you pleas put a tick in the resolved box so others can find and sort similar problem

  Bruz 21:08 27 Apr 06

I did put a tick in that box and then I submitted the thank you.
I have done it again.

  woodchip 22:04 27 Apr 06

You have to do them separate, So that the green tick appears

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