Re: Backup Utility Won't Launch
- From: "db" <databaseben@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 20 Sep 2009 07:48:52 -0500
you probably have to visit
the devices homesite for
faq's and troubleshooting.
also, see if perhaps the issue
is with an external power
though usb can provide power
to usb devices,
it may be inadequate and
devices require their own
DatabaseBen, Retired Professional
- Systems Analyst
- Database Developer
- Veteran of the Armed Forces
"share the nirvana mann" - dbZen
"DL" <notvalid@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:Oqaek#XOKHA.1796@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
o/s - operating sys - winxp?.
"James SB" <JamesSB@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:4E4D8C74-5064-4AEB-A37B-3756D0424E94@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxWhat is o/s? I will try there and thanks for the info.
The Backup up utility, ntbackup? is a feature of the o/s and not Office, try
a post to the group that supports your o/s
"James SB" <JamesSB@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>I need to be able to acces my external hard drive which I am unable to >do I
> need feedback on why I can't launch the backup system program. I use > the
> backup for saving documents, pistures and so on.
> -- > James B
> "db" wrote:
>> perhaps, you should consider a better methodology to
>> preserve you data.
>> first of all, as long as the system restore feature is
>> functional, you rarely need to back up your system files.
>> one of the pitfalls of backup is the time and the space it
>> the windows system restore is an excellent choice for
>> "regular" and frequent backups of system files.
>> however, you should create copies of your personal files
>> as a backup because the system restore feature does not
>> process personal files, like docs, pics, etc...
>> therefore instead of backing up your personal files on a
>> regular basis,
>> utilize the convenience of the microsoft's sync toy to simply
>> make straight copies of your personal files onto a different
>> location / disk.
>> also, microsoft provides 25 gigs of free space online which
>> will be another method to preserve copies of your personal
>> the feature above is called "skydrive"
>> in regards to the current issue you have with your backups and
>> device, there is little we can suggest,
>> other than to review your methodologies to ensure that when
>> you are in dire need of restoring an archive or copy,
>> the system you have selected is 100% reliable.
>> one tip to making backups is to create the archive locally
>> on the same disk.
>> then copy that archive onto an external disk
>> in the future in order to restore the archive you
>> would then copy from the external disk onto
>> the internal disk and commence the restore.
>> another tip is to use disk imaging instead of
>> the standard backup.
>> a disk imaging program like drive image xml
>> in addition to barts' pe is a reliable method
>> to restore a computer from smaller disk images
>> -- >> db·´¯`·...¸><)))º>
>> DatabaseBen, Retired Professional
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>> "James SB" <JamesSB@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> > I was trying to back up my files this morning as well as look for
>> > something
>> > from a previous backup and for some reason it wouldn't launch. Even
>> > when I
>> > tried to open the external hard drive that I back up to, it >> > wouldn't
>> > launch.
>> > Any ideas-As always thanks for feedback-Scott
>> > Windows XP Media
>> > Service Pack 3
>> > -- >> > James B
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