Has anyone here seen the problem when you are doing a complete backup that requires more than one DVD that the program keeps writing the first DVD over and over?
I did a clean install of Vista Ultimate (formatted the disk and installed)
I ran Windows Update and installed all patches.
I then did a complete backup. This worked as it required less that a full DVD.
I then installed Office 2007 (Word, Excell, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, but not OneNote or the other options)
I then ran Windows Update and installed all patches.
I then ran the Complete Backup again to get a set of restore disk that would get me to a clean Vista with a clean Office 2007.
When running the Complete Backup, it worked as before, asking me to lable the blank disk and incert it. It then proceded to write the DVD as before. HOWEVER, when the DVD was full, the system did not eject the DVD and prompted to label another disk exactly as before. Exactly as before. Aslo the system would not eject the DVD. I removed the DVD by sticking a pin in the drive to release the DVD and then incerted the new blank DVD. The system formatted the DVD and the display reverted to the beginning of the progress bar and it wrote the second DVD.
When that DVD was full, the same thing happened. The DVD did not eject, I was prompted to lable another blank DVD exactly as before. I had to manually eject the DVD. It formatted the DVD and started over at the beginning again.
I did this for a total of five (5) dvd's. Then rebooted the system and tried the process again with the same result.
The only thing on the system is a patched version of Visa Ultimate and patched Office 2007. There is nothing else on the system. It might take more than one DVD to back the system up, but certainly not five.
Can anyone help me with this problem?
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