Blue Screening system duing back up to USB device

Posted on 2008-11-08
Last Modified: 2013-12-02
MY system seems to be blue screeing duing back up.  I typically use Norton Ghost 12.0.  But to test whether it has something to do with the software, I also used Apricorn EZ gig.   The crashing seems to have increased after installing a new hard dirve.  I went from a 80 Gig to a 250 gig hard drive.  The images I used was a direct copy of the old drive to the new one.

Question by:kman48185

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    The error codes

    Bad_Pool_Header   Stop 0x00000019 (0x00000020, 0xEB1AB478, 0XEB1AB498, 0X0C040401)
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    I think your problem is the same as the following thread. See post #70 for the solution.

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         Thanks for your help.  I read through the entire thread, even though you pointed me to the right place.  It was interesting to read.  That one guy did some substatial testing, troubleshooting.  In the end the thing about turning off or disabling Volumne Shadow Copying did the trick.

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    THANKJ YOU VERY MUCH.  I don't know if you too had this problem or just searched out an answer. I really appreciate you.  I spent most of the day with Symantec Tech Support, and no results.  But your soltion was a snap.  Too bad I read the whole thread before I found what you pointed me to.  LOL    Thanks man I owe you.

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