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Posted on 2009-03-30
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Trying to do a restore from a file backup that is stored on a USB drive. I have successfully restored from the same device from a previous date. but now I get this error. Google was not much help on this one.

Job ended: Monday, March 30, 2009 at 1:10:34 PM
Completed status: Failed
Final error: 0xa00084cf - Unknown error.

Final error category: Job Errors

Thanks Indeedy..
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Question by:Tr911
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by:Sai Prasad Kinnera
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Check below link to fix your problem

http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/losing-catalog-tape-when-appending

their are multiple threads and all possible means discussed in the link

hope this helps
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by:Tr911
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Thanks Saiprasad,

But I have been through all of those threads.
Again I must say, I have restored from this backup set before. It even allows me to catalog and inventory. I have actually copied it to another USB drive, inventoried and cataloged it and it still does not work.
Thanks for tryng.
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Thanks again Folks for Responding.

I had to purchase a program called RepairMyBKF. It is working and the issue can be closed.
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by:stlbridge
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It's a shame you didn't get my answer sooner.  I hope that it wasn't expensive.
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by:Tr911
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software was $150.00 a small price to pay for some thing that works. I was pressed for time due to the fact that all employees depend on the data it contained on our customers. I had turned symantecs web site upside down and none of the resolves worked for me. I'm beginning to dought USB drives as a backup solution.

Thanks for all your help
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by:stlbridge
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" I'm beginning to dought USB drives as a backup solution."

You should consider a NAS in a RAID1.
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