StorageCraft Recovery Environment

Shrink volume size: Removing free space from an image.

Article Number: 
152

Problem:

You may receive the following error message when attempting to select a volume on which to perform a restore of an image:

"The selected free space is not large enough for the backup image. Select other free space or create more free space to restore the backup image."

ERROR: "STOP c0000135 This application has failed to start because CSRSRV.dll was not found" when restoring Windows 2003 Server

Article Number: 
352

 

Problem: 

Windows 2003 Server is unable to boot when using VirtualBoot on the VirtualBox platform and gives the error:

STOP: c0000135 {Unable To Locate Component} This application has failed to start because CSRSRV.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem

Error: Incrementals are not supported on this volume

Article Number: 
339

Problem:

ShadowProtect lists an error that incrementals are not supported on this volume.

Cause:

 There are two instances where this error can occur:

Errors: (-50 Request not supported) AND (-1223 Operation canceled by user) when ShadowProtect backup fails

Article Number: 
326

Problem:

Backups fail with the following error codes. (These codes can be found in the ShadowProtect logs or under the Backup History tab of the Management Console.)

Example Error Codes:

Landing Page: DCOM and Communication Errors

Article Number: 
325

Summary:

There are many situations in customer networks where environmental settings can interfere with the Management Console's ability to communicate with other ShadowProtect Agents. However, we have found that in many situations, the solution can be found in one of these Knowledgebase Articles.

Error: Cannot Lock Volume (-5 Access is denied.)

Article Number: 
324

Problem:

ShadowProtect ogs show one or a combination of the following errors:

How To: Restore a machine with a UEFI BIOS and GPT system partition

Article Number: 
297

Summary:

ShadowProtect version 5 and later supports systems with a UEFI BIOS.  The steps below should cover the process for restoring most UEFI systems.

ShadowProtect Version(s):
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