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Veritas Backup Exec v10 error - (V-79-57344-65247) A failure occurred reading an object.

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I am receiving the following error when running full and incremental backup jobs for our Primary Domain Controller.

V-79-57344-65247 <http://eventlookup.veritas.com/eventlookup/EventLookup.jhtml?EvtID=V-79-57344-65247>  - A failure occurred reading an object.
WARNING: "Shadow?Copy?Components\System?State\System Files\System Files" is a corrupt file.
This file cannot verify.

 I tried some trouble shooting tips found on the web, still no joy. Has anyone run into this, would really appreciate some assistance. Thank you in advance!
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To isolate the issue, did you check if Ntbackup for system state is working fine?

I believe you have gone through below thread.

http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/v-79-57344-65247-failure-occurred-reading-object

Try applying vss patches for the server.

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Here is the error log, I do not know what to try can anyone help?
Job-Log-BEX-DDG73UCSDC01-00168-x.htm
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