Better backup everything!
it means that windows didn't get a chance to write some of the data for that file (bad hard drive/sectors, running ckeckdisk while computer is writing something, etc. can casue this).
I just don't understand why it came up. I just got home from last night and this was on my screen.
There is nothing automated that runs that should have caused it.
off topic but - where did you get your desktop theme
It's called AikonXPOriginally Posted by Bebi
Last time I got that error message, my power supply broke shortly afterwardsOriginally Posted by Skizo
You should run chkdsk on that drive.
That "_restore" and "RP126" are the big give away. The system was trying to create a restore point which it does periodically if you have it enabled, but you don't usually know when it will do it.Originally Posted by Skizo
The failure simply means you won't have one of the restore points which probably won't be too much hassle, but the reason for the failure may be a bit more worrying. Check the event logs for indications of other failures.
.Political correctness is based on the principle that it's possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.
Thx lynx.Originally Posted by lynx
This is an old drive that I pulled out to do some backups on. I formatted it about two weeks ago but the drive is still empty. I wonder if the restore didn't work b/c there's nothing on it. Is that a possible option?