Backup Exec 10d

Posted on 2007-08-05
Last Modified: 2013-12-01
Hello- I am receiving some errors on my tape library-

Final error- 0xe00084ee- An invalid command was sent to the storage device
Final error Category- Backup device errors
Error reported- Incorrect function
I am running Symantec 10d on W2K3 server

App log errors- 34113, 57665 and 33152

Please advise
Question by:lazik
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    You've probably already come across this on Google, but just in case you haven't -

    Is this a new drive or has anything changed in the server?
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