Windows Vista Backup "Q&A"

There were a lot of comments in my post about Windows Vista backup I made in the summer and I wanted to follow up to some of the questions that I'd received having spoken to the guys who developed the features over in Redmond. Here are some of their responses: 0x8007001B: Please check the firmware […]

There were a lot of comments in my post about Windows Vista backup I made in the summer and I wanted to follow up to some of the questions that I'd received having spoken to the guys who developed the features over in Redmond.

Here are some of their responses:

  • 0x8007001B: Please check the firmware of the the DVD Drive is up-to-date
  • 0x8007001B: The software knows how to swap DVDs
  • My recovery drive: don't touch it, it is perfect the way it is. Do NOT delete files - this thing is a life saver
  • 0X8007045D: please get the etls files from under c:\Windows\Logs\WindowsBackup and c:\Windows\Logs\CompletePC and we will take a look
  • My recovery drive is almost full: exactly the same thing: Do NOT delete files, do not put files, this thing is a life saver.
  • 160GB: depends on the source drive. Backing up 500GB on 160GB usually doesn't work. I recommend 2.5 times the size of the source disk.

Hope this helps with some of your queries.

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