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Error on database restore

Posted on 2013-06-03
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Hello Experts,

I am trying to restore a SQL backup of Microsoft RMS v2. (.BCK file) I have done this 100 times but for some reason I am getting this error:

The device 'DB_Data' does not exist. Use sys.backup_devices to show available devices.
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It restores on Windows XP with no problems, Windows 7 32 bit I get this error?

I tried running as Admin, same results.....
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Upgraded to SQL 2008 and it worked. DB was backed up using SQL 2008.
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