I re ran check disk on D: - that the err log said it couldn't lock (though 1st run of chkdsk didn't find ANYthing. TI2016:5518 Acronis Backup Advanced:43994, DD12:3223, vmProtect 7.0:5173, SnapDeploy 4 On a clear disk you can seek foreverTop Login to post comments Thu, 2011-09-15 14:09 #2 Cheryl25 Offline Beginner Joined: 2010-12-15 Dunno, just grasping at straws since didn't get much help. Registration E-mail: * Password: * Useful Links How to get Support?
It isn't necessary to format first though, Setup will take care of that. Problem Solving .......... Current ver is 220.127.116.113, last modified 9/15/10 (looking at file details in FileAlyzer). I did that on my E: drive [named Documents in the report]. https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.TECH110277.html
Other ............... For example, if you had a program using the drive and have now closed it, select Retry to make another lock attempt. This error was also seen when McAfee was blocking IRC communications. Destination Disk Could Not Be Locked 643 I don't have an a: drive which limits what I can do.
Click Advanced. A Source Volume Could Not Be Locked Ghost Solution Run the "Hot Image" with the switch -forcevolumesnapshot If you are using ghost32.exe on the client computer: Go to Start> Run. Make your life easy! Assume if they're suggesting run chkdsk, bad sectors).
Try updating the SNAPAPI driver for 2009 which you can download from snapapi380 __________________ Windows 10 Pro 1607:14393 + Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1 + Server 2008 R2, SBS2011. navigate to this website Comparison of last & earlier d/l were identical. Cannot Lock The Volume 1959 Ghost Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Could Not Create A Snapshot Of The Volume (756) General Information ...............
Reply With Quote August 9th, 2006,09:27 AM #7 fink View Profile View Forum Posts Site Moderator Join Date Jul 1998 Location Toronto Posts 23,420 Which boot CD are you using? Top Login to post comments Sat, 2011-09-17 05:14 #4 Colin B Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2009-08-15 Posts: 9249 Technically the one that comes with the last build is the most The copy you linked was modified 3/1/10 - appears to be an older version. Posted: 02-Jul-2010 | 6:32AM • Permalink erik_carlstrom wrote: Is there a particular reason why you are interested in what changes occured? Ghost Volume Snapshot
Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Windows XP Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Center For Disease Control Security News / Warnings / Updates put the CD drive first. to which controllers) on the system, and which HDD is the source and which HDD is the destination, and from which HDD is Windows (and therefore *ghost32.exe*) running from. In BU, I didn't specify any files to exclude (like .tmp) - read somewhere it had caused some problems.
TeraByte OSD Tool Suite ............... Ghost Force Lock Volume Snapshot Translated Content This is machine translated content Login to Subscribe Please login to set up your subscription. That is the error (1959) I see if I run ghost32.exe in Windows.
I've even used it to Clone my backup data disk.Once you (anyone) get on to the idea of doing all your Backups from a DOS boot disk, you'll never try backing Please note the following scenarios which can prevent a partition from being locked by Image for Windows: The partition which holds the Windows installation will not be lockable if you are Otherwise (or also), those experienced in the report files from Acronis report tool, or Ghost's, please take a look - see if something obvious is wrong. A Destination Volume Could Not Be Locked i did chkdsk /f and SpinRite on all three.i have formatted target disk i have IP Logged Brian Demigod Offline Posts: 6200 NSW, Australia Back to top Re:
Posted: 13-Jun-2010 | 3:19AM • 6 Replies • Permalink I just bought myself a Seagate 2TB external USB harddisk, and tried to use Ghost 12 to backup the C:\ drive to General Information Knowledge Base > Products > Image for Windows > Problem Solving > Message "Unable to Obtain a Lock on Drive [n]:" when Creating or Restoring an Image Message "Unable Don't have a SymAccount? Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread: [RESOLVED] cannot lock the drive.
I assume that 2009 has worked OK previously? that will freeze the choices until you can see the screen and hit "enter" on the one you've selected. Anyone know how to definitely find the latest vers. Acronis rpt shows several "E's" under the "C" column, which per instructions, suggests if see E's there, run chkdsk / R.
Thank you for your feedback! Reply With Quote August 9th, 2006,06:42 PM #9 hebru View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Med Student Join Date Aug 2006 Posts 5 I'm using my XP cd to boot. In fact it will back up a data disk, with NO OS on it at all. Products ...............