Have deleted them and Backup is now working again. Vista General Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the There were some bad sectors. check over here
The following information might help you resolve the error: The system cannot find the file specified. (0x80070002)' Googling the problem shows others have had it, but no definitive resolution is given. Log in Forgotten Your Password? General Discussion System Restore: "Cannot find a system image"Hi, I have been trying to use windows backup for system images. Can't believe I spent a whole evening yesterday trying to sort this out - this sort of thing always happens to me!
I don't know how these spurious keys get created, but you simply have to delete any keys with spurious ProfileImagePaths. However, other parts of Windows are affected, too. Protected files not critical to restart Windows are not repaired. I though so First thing that I would do is to backup any and all data files.
The hidden system reserved partition contains boot configuration data (BCD). Tried the safe points - no luck Yes, an improper shutdown can harm a drive. If you haven’t seen my earlier post on Windows Backup problems, see here: Fix It: Windows Backup Failed Trying to Read from Shadow Copy If you’re still having problems with failing Windows 10 Backup Error 0x80070002 Activity Stream New Events Mark Forums Read TWC Forum Home Forum Home FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders TWC Freeware TWCN Tech News TWC Blog
Reply With Quote 19th July 2014,05:50 #3 jaylach Windows Enthusiast Join Date May 2014 Location Wyoming or out in space... Windows 10 Backup 0x80070002 When prompted, confirm the decision. This drive has two partitions (Z and F). Be aware that following my procedure below will delete all of your System Restore points, however, new ones will be created.
Please try the request again. When you’re done, probably you’ll get the little Explorer window that pops up when you connect a new drive or USB stick. Windows 7 Backup Error 0x80070002 One factor is that you can then feel more secure about the drive. The System Cannot Find The File Specified 0x80070002 Windows 10 Unfortunately, this partition was offline and so was inaccessible.
Use Ubuntu to move all data , documents, pictures, etc. http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-find/vista-cannot-find-cmd.php asked 4 years ago viewed 38160 times active 2 months ago Linked 0 Win7 backup fails with “The system cannot find the file specified” 0x80070002 - has worked before Related 0Windows So I looked at: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList and lo and behold there were two profile keys in there without profile image paths. Drivers "The system cannot find the file specified"Hi! Windows Server Backup The System Cannot Find The File Specified
Vista General Vista backup error message: The system cannot find the file specified(0x80070002)I am clicking on "backup", then on "Backup files for your entire computer" I get the error message "The No, you cannot replace the registry using the CD. Click Options button, and it says "Check your backup / The system cannot find the file specified." - with options to "Try to run backup again" or "Change backup settings". this content OS Vista Home Premium 32bit Reply With Quote New 12 Mar 2008 #6 vegaspat View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Jan 2008 Posts : 62
After trying many other solutions, my problem was resolved by deleting all of the shadow copies (i.e. Windows 10 Backup The System Cannot Find The File Specified Click on the Windows Start button and select Control Panel. Start backup.
On re-starting the system would not boot. The... Other symptoms of this problem - all stemming from the fact that the partition is offline: bcdedit fails with the error "The system cannot find the file specified" when you run Windows Server Backup Restore The System Cannot Find The File Specified Pentium D (2.8 GHz).
I tried the ones on my PC (the first three). I would also like to recommend an outstanding disk imaging program that is easy to use, inexpensive and versatile. Use Ubuntu to move all data , documents, pictures, etc. have a peek at these guys If so do that and Run system file checker and/or Repair Windows.
OBDII across the world? Ever since a botched encryption which resulted in me having to format a drive (not the main c drive), everything I download gives this message when I try to open it Hi Mark Bacon, You can check the below link for resolving this issue if you do not wish to run SFC to fix this issue: Error message when you try to The fix will both make you happy and make you cry at the same time… There are other solutions to this problem available on the web.
bcdboot doesn't work either. Name (required) E-Mail (will not be published) (required) Website Subscribe to comments feed Notify me of follow-up comments by email. I then uninstalled that software. If it works, go back and create new restore points (if desired) in the System Properties dialog box.
Double-click on the System icon. Thanks Ps I have not given up - yet Reply With Quote 19th July 2014,14:06 #6 anon_priv Windows Enthusiast Join Date Oct 2011 Location UK Posts 116 Originally Posted by jaylach If a file is repaired, the corresponding registry data is also repaired. No need to delete anything.
In the context of this quote, how many 'chips/sockets' do personal computers contain? Like I said, it’s supposed to be hidden, and you shouldn’t ever really touch it, copy files onto it, or anything like that. It is best to make a copy (on, say Desktop) of all files in the ProfileList before you delete any, in case you delete a valid one (as I did first Would it run?