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SQL Server 2008 backup issue

Posted on 2016-10-25
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Heyas,

I am trying to create a backup I can copy over to another SAN. But when I do keep getting the following error message, see the picture below.

Can someone assist me here as I have never seen this error before?

The database recovery model is FULL.

Thank you.
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The error message shows that you striped your backup across multiple files, and you are only providing one of the files while restoring.

Click  on remove to remove any existing backup destinations before you add the file that you want to backup.
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Thank you for your assistance.
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your most welcome
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