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NTBackup and Task Scheduler
Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 comes with a basic tape backup program (Ntbackup.exe). It can back up mapped network drives, local drives, and the registry. Backups can span multiple tapes. However, the NTbackup may not work with some removable medias.

0x1f NTBackup
Backup generated 4104 error "Class not registered 0x800
Cannot Load Catalog from Tape
Canít backup to a fireware hard drive over 4 GB
Common NTBackup Hardware Issues
Error Writing to Tape
Fatal Error on Drive 1
Fatal Translation Error on Tape in Drive 1
Invalid Media
NTBackup task completed with an exit code of (40010004)
NTBackup doesn't' run correctly
NTBACKUP Fails Due to Lack of Permissions
Poll Driver Failed: Severe Error Shutting Off Poll Drive
request could not be performed because of I/O device error
Scheduled job could not start with Last Result 0x0
Skipped Files
STOP: 0x0000000A IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
Tape Drive Error Detected: A SCSI Tape Device Has Been Detected, But the Tape Driver Has Either Not Been Installed, or Failed to Start. Make Sure That the Appropriate Driver Has Been Installed Using the Tape Devices Option in Control Panel.
Tape Drive Is Not Recognized
Tape Drive Has Been Detected But the Driver Has Failed to Load or Is Not Started -or- Error 0020: Could Not Find Device Specified
Tape Device Reports an Error on a Request to Change Physical Block Size. The Tape Device Reported an Error on a Request to Read the Tape. Hardware Failure
Tape Device Power Is On and Cables Are Properly Connected
This Set Is Compressed and Cannot Be Viewed or Restored
The Backup Set Is Not Completely Cataloged
Troubleshooting Scheduled Task
Unable to Load Catalog Data from Tape or Catalog Error: Error Writing a Catalog File, Check Available Space
Unknown Firmware Error
You Do Not Have Permission to Access Portions of Data. Please See the Owner or Administrator to Get Permission
Windows 2008 Backup doesn't backup to network drive
windows 2008 Backup doesn't read the ntbackup file

Windows 2008 backup has failed with Event ID 517
Windows 2008 ERROR: location for backup is a critical volume
Windows backup: One of the backup files could not be created

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Cannot Load Catalog from Tape

There may be a problem with the SCSI controller driver. You may need to replace the controller with a supported model, or update the driver.

Error Writing to Tape

This may be due to a problem with the SCSI bus or a bad tape. When you reuse tapes, be sure to erase them first. Format and retention the tape before reuse if you can.

Fatal Error on Drive 1

This is usually caused by either incompatible hardware or out-of-date firmware on the tape device or controller. Consult the Hardware Compatibility List to make sure your hardware is supported, then check with the manufacturer to see if there is a firmware update available.

Fatal Translation Error on Tape in Drive 1

This error can be caused by firmware or incorrect SCSI termination. Verify that the SCSI bus is correctly terminated. Contact the manufacturer of your tape device for an updated firmware revision.

Invalid Media

Check to be certain you have inserted the correct type of tape for your tape device. This may also be an indication that the tape is bad and needs to be replaced.

 

NTBACKUP Fails Due to Lack of Permissions

To resolve this problem, make sure you have the necessary permissions to perform the backup and that the folder name is correctly entered and exists.

Poll Driver Failed: Severe Error Shutting Off Poll Drive

This is a SCSI bus issue resulting from improperly set SCSI ID numbers, faulty termination, or cable issues. Consult the SCSI Troubleshooter for help diagnosing problems with the SCSI bus.

Skipped Files

Issues: Backup cannot back up files that are locked open by another process. If the file does not become available in 30 seconds, the file is skipped.

Solution: Close as many running programs as you can before you perform a backup. There are some third-party backup programs that allow you to back up open files.

STOP: 0x0000000A IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

This can occur on a multiple-processor computer using fault-tolerant NTFS drives. There is a fix for this issue included in Service Pack 2 for Windows NT version 3.51.

Tape Drive Is Not Recognized

The most common reason for this is a problem with the SCSI bus. Verify that the cables are properly attached to the tape drive and that the SCSI bus is correctly terminated.

Tape Drive Has Been Detected But the Driver Has Failed to Load or Is Not Started -or- Error 0020: Could Not Find Device Specified

The tape device is not configured correctly for use with Windows NT Backup. Consult the tape device manual or contact the manufacturer for correct settings.

Tape Drive Error Detected: A SCSI Tape Device Has Been Detected, But the Tape Driver Has Either Not Been Installed, or Failed to Start. Make Sure That the Appropriate Driver Has Been Installed Using the Tape Devices Option in Control Panel.

Windows NT cannot install tape device drivers during Setup. After Setup is finished, double-click Tape Devices in Control Panel. If your tape device is not listed, click Detect. Click OK when you are prompted to install the drivers for the tape device.

Tape Device Power Is On and Cables Are Properly Connected.

This may be caused by incorrect firmware versions, or by incorrect SCSI BIOS settings. Check your computer's SCSI BIOS settings to verify that SCSI Disconnect is enabled. Contact the manufacturer for an updated firmware revision, if necessary.

Tape Device Reports an Error on a Request to Change Physical Block Size. The Tape Device Reported an Error on a Request to Read the Tape. Hardware Failure.

The SCSI controller does not properly support the tape device. There may be a software configuration solution, or you may need to contact the manufacturer for an updated firmware revision.

This Set Is Compressed and Cannot Be Viewed or Restored

The backup set was created in a backup program that supports compression. Windows NT Backup does not support software compression for backup sets.

The Backup Set Is Not Completely Cataloged

This occurs when the catalog file on the hard disk contains incomplete information. Quitting and restarting Backup may resolve the issue. If not, locate the catalog file on the hard disk and either rename it or delete it, and then re-catalog the tape.

Unable to Load Catalog Data from Tape or
Catalog Error: Error Writing a Catalog File, Check Available Space

These error messages can be generated by trying to restore to a full hard disk. The catalog files are stored in a compressed format and need to be expanded on the hard disk at the beginning of the restore operation. You can resolve these errors by either freeing disk space on the target drive, or by replacing the hard disk with a larger drive.

Unknown Firmware Error

Your tape device has incompatible firmware. Contact the manufacturer to obtain the latest firmware for your tape device.

You Do Not Have Permission to Access Portions of Data. Please See the Owner or Administrator to Get Permission.

This indicates that you do not have appropriate permissions for the folder you are attempting to back up or to which you are restoring files.

 

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