Macrium repeatedly failing verification, out of ideas

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  1.    #21

    klepp0906 said: View Post
    yea that points to it being something either macrium related, or internal bus related. How to suss that out and fix it hrmph...
    I asked MR Support about this and they said that there are numerous reasons, never got specific. Maybe if Windows stayed with one release for at least a year there would be no failures. I never had one in Win 7.
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  2.    #22

    Josey Wales said: View Post
    I asked MR Support about this and they said that there are numerous reasons, never got specific. Maybe if Windows stayed with one release for at least a year there would be no failures. I never had one in Win 7.
    yea unfortunately all ive ever seen from them was referencing the documentation that says either memory or drive itself. Ive ran memory diagnostics a dozen times over and backed timings off. increased voltages through the roof just in case. did the same on the cpu in case it was a memory controller issue due to using 4 dimms etc.

    ultimately all that was rendered moot once i found out it was backing up to externals absolutely fine. Its only the internals that fail and I have 6 internals 4 of which i tried before i gave up. last 2 are the same model as the first 4 anyhow, and theyre not ALL bad.

    Plus i ran a full chkdsk /f /r /x on the usual drive that led to this saga - and it of course came back perfect.
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  3.    #23

    klepp0906 said: View Post
    yea unfortunately all ive ever seen from them was referencing the documentation that says either memory or drive itself. Ive ran memory diagnostics a dozen times over and backed timings off. increased voltages through the roof just in case. did the same on the cpu in case it was a memory controller issue due to using 4 dimms etc.

    ultimately all that was rendered moot once i found out it was backing up to externals absolutely fine. Its only the internals that fail and I have 6 internals 4 of which i tried before i gave up. last 2 are the same model as the first 4 anyhow, and theyre not ALL bad.

    Plus i ran a full chkdsk /f /r /x on the usual drive that led to this saga - and it of course came back perfect.
    Windows 10 has so much BS it is pathetic. I have over 134 services running when it is doing nothing, I get notifications during a Backup which should not happen. MS has taken a once Good OS down a road with bumps, Telemetry and so forth.
    I may run 1809 till 20h2 comes out.
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  4.    #24

    Josey Wales said: View Post
    Windows 10 has so much BS it is pathetic. I have over 134 services running when it is doing nothing, I get notifications during a Backup which should not happen. MS has taken a once Good OS down a road with bumps, Telemetry and so forth.
    I may run 1809 till 20h2 comes out.
    im on 1903, but problem was present on 1809 so /shrug.

    Dont want to get off topic with the whole windows rant, though I do agree its a hot mess more or less. The bi annual changes for the sake of doing so doesnt help.

    I ordered an external drive to use in my dock which Ill have to either leave on, or remember to turn on before scheduled back ups. It'll get me by until I figure this out. 60 bucks I cant afford but the alternative should something happen and a backup actually NOT restore, id lose enough time and work that id probably walk away from my pc for life lol.

    Almost considering trying a different backup software. Almost. I've just used macrium for quite some time - and the fact it will backup elsewhere leads me to believe its not the problem innately.
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       #25

    Josey Wales said: View Post
    If your internal drive goes down then so do your backups....
    I know, but it's very convenient for a quick restore. Don't worry, I then make full images up all my machines, including their Data partitions, to an external HDD.

    Even my backups have backups
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  6.    #26

    Bree said: View Post
    I know, but it's very convenient for a quick restore. Don't worry, I then make full images up all my machines, including their Data partitions, to an external HDD.

    Even my backups have backups
    Good Idea,
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  7.    #27

    I have the problem whether I'm backing up to internal or external drive. Justt ran another backup whit verification on and it worked fine. But, I'm begenning not to trust any of it.
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  8.    #28

    Almost wondering if it has to do with one of the settings like compression or something. They fail, yet ive restored a dozen times from subsequent incrementals at differerent points in the past year alone and never had an issue.

    actually considering turning verification off.

    I just want to understand why its happening and only on internal disks. I mean i "could" have an issue with external as well, and just havent in the past 3 i tried, lll do another momentarily to a different external to see what happens.

    if your failing on internal and external, i presume you did check your memory?
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       #29

    Bree said: View Post
    I know, but it's very convenient for a quick restore. Don't worry, I then make full images up all my machines, including their Data partitions, to an external HDD.

    Even my backups have backups

    I also have backups to the backups, but I take it 1 step further, the backup to the backup is Raid 1 !

    But getting back to the issue, I assume everybody that has seen this issue has been verifying in-line ie: at the end of the backup ? Has anybody tried to re-verify using MR's manual verify ?
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  10.    #30

    storageman said: View Post
    I also have backups to the backups, but I take it 1 step further, the backup to the backup is Raid 1 !

    But getting back to the issue, I assume everybody that has seen this issue has been verifying in-line ie: at the end of the backup ? Has anybody tried to re-verify using MR's manual verify ?
    I have been using in-line. Not after the fact. Though i recall someone somewhere else during my absurd plethora of digigng to resolve the issue, mentioning they tried after the fact and failed.

    Worth a try though.

    is everyone using default compression of medium or? I'm using high, considering trying medium to see if it changes anything.
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