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Having restore failure issues on Server 2008.

Have previously restored fine on this hardware to new drives in on-board RAID, but on this occasion I'm having failures at the end of the process.

Error received is 80070003.

I've replaced both hard drives & can boot from the installation DVD, begin restoring from a USB drive which restores c dive followed by D drive, then says finishing up before returning the error shown below.

Error 80070003
Upon attempting to reboot I receive an error stating that the registry file is missing.

Error C000000F
I've successfully performed this operation previously on 2 occasions on this system with no issues.

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Question by:PhilPorritt
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Sounds like your backup is bad.  Do you have another copy?
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by:Davis McCarn
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Read this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973455
Basically, it says you need to manually create any folders which were reparse points.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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I would say try with the same older backup that you had success with as if so this new one is corrupted

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