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Creating a system state backup to a shared network folder is not allowed. To store a system state backup on a shared network folder, first run the backup to a local volume and then copy the backup to the shared network folder.
You cannot save a system state backup to DVDs and other removable disks.
You cannot perform a volume recovery from a system state backup.
You cannot perform a file recovery from a system state backup. To recover specific files from inside a system state backup, perform a system state recovery to an alternate location and then access the files from the alternate location specified.
There was a failure during the deletion of the backup set.
There was a failure in preparing the backup image of one of the volumes in the backup set.
One of the volumes specified for backup is non-existing.
The boot volume is different from the one in the backup.
System writer is not found in the backup.
Registry writer is not found in the backup.
Mounting of the volumes in the backup failed.
Failure during deleting the staging directory in one of the critical volumes.
Failure during the creation of staging directory in one of the critical volumes.
Failed to create the System Volume Information directory.
Metadata information for additional system files is corrupted.
Failed to stop the Certificate Server service.
Failed to restore the registry.
Pre-recovery operations for the registry failed.
Post-recovery operations for the registry failed.
Enumeration of the files failed.
Copy of the files failed.
Cleanup of the files failed.
There is a file specification on a volume that did not match any of the critical volumes in the backup.
Failure during creating the volume path prefix directory under the recovery destination.
Failure copying the registry files to the staging directory.
Failure mounting registry hives.
Failure opening registry key to register the system state recovery operation during next machine reboot.
Failure creating the SystemRestore key for delayed operations.
Failure opening registry key to register the system state recovery operation to report status on reboot.
Failure creating the DelayedOperations file.
The restore volume is smaller than the source volume. Retry with a restore volume of the same or a bigger size.
Not enough disk space to create the volume shadow copy on the storage location. Make sure that, for all volumes to be backup up, the minimum required disk space for shadow copy creation is available. For the optimal experience, we recommend at least 1 GB of free disk space on each volume being backed up.
The backup cannot be completed because the backup destination is a shared folder mapped to a drive letter. Use the Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path (\\servername\sharename\) of the backup destination instead.
Failed to restore the files.
Failed to perform the recovery. Another recovery planning operation is in progress.
One of the volumes specified for backup is invalid as it is either not on a fixed drive or is non-NTFS or read-only.
Failed to get exclusive lock on the Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) system partition.
Failed to set security for the files and folders under '
' for the user. Check that the user has permissions to overwrite the previous backup.
Failed to set security on the files and folders under '
'. Check that SYSTEM has permissions to overwrite the previous backup.
Failed to read the '
Failed to write the '
Recovery cannot be done to a disk of a sector size that is different than the sector size of the backed up volume.
Failed to extend or mount the file system on the recovered volume.
Failed to set the recovered system partition as active.
Failed to import the backup set information from the backup destination.
Failed to update backup destination information in old backup sets done to the backup destination.
Failed to start the requested service.
Failed to stop the requested service.
Failed to start the Cluster service.
Failed to stop the Cluster service.