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Removable Storage service won't start

Posted on 2003-11-16
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I am trying to backup using a tape drive but my Removable Storage service which is set to automatic won't start.

When I try to start it manually I get the message:

"The Removable Storage Service on Local Computer started then stopped"

The only dependancy is the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) which is functioning correctly.

Any ideas?

Thanks!

David
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That is my problem but unfortunately the Windows 2000 Server fix requires me to right click on rsm.inf.  There is no rsm.inf in Windows XP only a rsm.exe.
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I fixed the problem myself.

The fix was here:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=235032

Thanks anyways!!!

David
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Ok then do this to have the question put in the PAQ database and have your points refunded

Post a question in Community Support and tell them what you want to do. In your question provide them with the link to this question so they know which question you are referring to. :>)

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