Errors with Vertias 9.0

I am getting the following error when trying to backup a file using Veritas 9.0. This file has been backup for months without a problem.

OFO: Not enough disk space on device running OFO to create or increment the static volume.
To increase the minimum and maximum size, use the OFO Wizard on the Tools | Wizards menu.
Optimum settings for your system will vary.OFO

Also, any idea what this message means?
Error code: a000fe57
Error description: NEWFS_SNAPSHOT_ABORT

WARNING: "C:\file.name" is a corrupt file.
This file cannot verify.

I am sure the file is not corrupt. I assume when using the OFO option the program is trying to write the files to be backup to disk first and their is not enough disk space available?

Any ideas to help me out?
Rpowell460Asked:
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nodiscoCommented:
Here you go - the problem described and the workaround:

http://seer.support.veritas.com/docs/263871.htm

As regards the corrupt file message - BE sometimes will not backup files listing them as corrupt when they are not - pst files are usually an offender.  What type of file are you having the problem with?

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That answered my question. You get the points.
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