This may happen when the recovery point is spanned across multiple files and some of the files are missing, or if recovery point creation failed and the partially created file was Unable to acquire sector provider for the device. Browsing this V2i drive is not supported. Try verifying the user permissions using below steps: 1. weblink
Not licensed to rollback volume. C: drive was scheduled to run at 1:00 PM, backup of D:\ (myfiles) operated correctly at 4:00 PM. Ed indie_dev Contributor4 Reg: 21-Jul-2008 Posts: 10 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 14 Error E0BB0061 Posted: 21-Jul-2008 | 3:32AM • Permalink I have been having a similar problem on Unable to generate writable device list. https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.TECH84921
Cannot turn off Smart Sector copy for this operation. Exception handled. Email Address (Optional) Your feedback has been submitted successfully! Cannot keep destination drive letter.
A triggered incremental recovery point of the drive was created successfully. If this is your first visit please read ...http://forum.support-pcs.co.uk/index.php?topic=384.0Installing Ghost - Ghost SupportGhost SupportThe Ghost Foundation is a legally registered not-for-profit organisation. Thats just the same rehashed script we get from chat, from the non-English (mostly) speaking help folks etc. Debug information follows.
Open key table is full. The command file (after conversion process) failed to execute. GET DISCOVERED. http://community.norton.com/en/forums/error-e0bb0061-norton-ghost-150 Invalid Frame.
Unable to load notification preferences. Restart the computer when Check Disk finishes. Cannot consolidate the incremental recovery points. Network provider failed with an error.
Cannot reboot computer to finish the recovery operation. The file backup function is not yet implemented. All rights reserved.5 of 26 Backup Exec System Recovery (BESR) Error Codes Reference GuideNote: Some errors that are caused due to factors external to the BESR environment may not appear on I've found that rebooting the machine everyday, seems to make it do the backup properly.
I'm guessing this might have to do with 'user priviledges' in Windows Vista? At any rate, I managed to complete one incremental backup before I received that error message today. DaveH http://xhpcreations.com/ghost-error/ghost-error-53.html Cannot assign the requested drive letter to the new drive. Unable to find a recovery point directory in V2i file. This is not a valid destination.
This means the data is crashconsistent (as it would appear on disk after an unpredictable loss of power). This is the fingerprint of the ESX server. I wish I could tell you I have found a solution, but in all truth I have not done anything except delete the backup schedule and restart a new schedule(exactly as http://xhpcreations.com/ghost-error/ghost-error-3.html The My Computer backup worked for about 10 days with no problems.
Save this job before creating a recovery point manually. The recovery point is an active Cluster Quorum Volume. The Boot Ini Apply operation was not successful.
All V2i backup image span files are not available. Unable to uncompress file data. Cannot initialize the mount driver. Cannot convert image file.
Unable to open the event log. The drive is missing the size. No difference. this content Could not get formatted counter value.
I still get the same error that I posted to start this thread. The file and folder backup job completed successfully when a user logged on to your computer. The device must also support either variable or fixed packet writing. Cannot retrieve saved drive properties.
Bitmap was opened using the wrong read/write mode.