I repeat: My back up is supposed to be backed up on My second drive (New
Volume L) and has 91 gb free. Drive L is the only drive enabled for back up
and is far from being full It is NOT a recovery partition. I have gone to
the registry and deleted the
DisableConfig value and I have tried unchecking Hide hidden files and
folders Cleared the Hide protected operating system files, and still cannot
make a backup. I thought Vista Basic was the only system with Group Policy
control. I am using vista Premium. I just don't know what else to do.
Just wait and see I guess. Thanks
"John Hanley" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> "Merle" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Hi Jill: My back up is supposed to be backed up on My second drive (New
>> Volume L) and has 91 gb free. Drive L is the only drive enabled for back
>> up and is far from being full. I have gone to the registry and deleted
>> the DisableConfig value and I have tried unchecking Hide hidden files and
>> folders Cleared the Hide protected operating system files, and still
>> cannot make a backup. I thought Vista Basic was the only system with
>> Group Policy control. I am using vista Premium. I just don't know what
>> else to do. Just wait and see I guess. Thanks
>> "Jill Zoeller [MSFT]" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> This error occurs because the recovery partition is enabled for File
>>> Backup or System Restore and is almost full. To work around this, do not
>>> select D:\ as a backup source. Also, go to System Protection in Control
>>> Panel and make sure that D:\ is not enabled for restore points.
>>> This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no
>>> Want to learn more about Windows file and storage technologies? Visit
>>> our team blog at http://blogs.technet.com/filecab/default.aspx.
>>> "Merle" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>>>I cannot make a backup. I get the error " A shadow copy could
>>>> not be created for the following reason" Access Denied 0x80070005.
>>>> Tried to Restore to a time when backup worked but had no restore point
>>>> from that time.
>>>> I could not create a restore point. I tried to get into the group
>>>> policy editor to make a restore point but it is not available in
>>>> ??? don't know why. Checked google but error 0x80070005 seems to cover
>>>> about every problem there is. So Now what? I'm to old to punt. Need
> Perhaps this discussion from another post will help?
> Michael you're a star! Tried as you suggested and it worked a treat.
> MANY THANKS
> "Michael" wrote:
>> I suspect that the system is trying to create shadow copy of files on the
>> D: drive on the D: drive, and no room in the inn.
>> First thing I would do is delete the backup files that have been placed
>> on the D: drive already, then clean the trash bin.
>> Assuming (again) that the D: drive is actually the recovery partition,
>> you really don't want Vista to be playing with it at all. It is there
>> only to provide a last ditch restore the system to 'as purchased' and
>> lose all your information. ( I also have a DELL which had a botched VISTA
>> install and recovery partition).
>> To keep Vista from seeing it, but not harming the data on there, simply
>> remove the drive letter, no drive letter (D Vista cannot see it.
>> Start "Computer Management" program
>> Select Storage / Disk Management
>> For Disk 0 you probably show a 55MB, a 10GB, and a big partition.
>> The 10 GB is probably given the volume D:
>> Right click on it, then 'Change drive letter and paths'
>> highlight the D:, and remove.
>> This will not damage the contents and is easily reversed if desired. (MY
>> opinion is that DELL should have not assigned D: in the first place!).
>> "Jamiemack" <Jamiemack@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >I have a new DELL dimension E520 with vista business installed by Dell.
>> > computer was set up to backup files to the recovery "D" drive. After
>> > only
>> > three weeks or so I started getting messages saying the last backup had
>> > failed due to insufficient disk space (the partitioned D drive was set
>> > at
>> > 10GB and almost all of the space had been used). Since I wanted to do
>> > complete PC backups and considered the that backing up to the same hard
>> > disk
>> > pointless anyway, I purchased a 250GB external drive thinking this
>> > would be
>> > the end of my problems. unfortunately this has not been the case. When
>> > I set
>> > the target drive for backups as the new external drive and try a
>> > complete PC
>> > backup, I still get the message "Not enough disk space to create the
>> > shadow
>> > copy on the storage location 0x80780035" under additional information I
>> > get
>> > "Insufficeint storage available to create either the shadow copy
>> > storage file
>> > or other shadow copy data (0x8004231F)"
>> > Even when I try a file only backup I get this last message.
>> > The new external drive has been formatted NTFS and is so far empty.
>> > Am I missing something here?
>> > Jamie