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Error code 0x80070570

by boongsong / February 20, 2011 12:05 AM PST

Was in the process of backing-up my computer and received the error code that back-up stopped. Details showed error code 0x80070570 was the reason.
I did a Google search and came-up with this forum site and I saw a post re the error code but it was referencing it during an install. I was not trying to install anything (even though I have not been able to reinstall Roxio Creator sinceDec) and was wondering if the link (to Uniblue registry software) provided in that post would help my problem.
Any ideas greatly appreciated.

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Re: error
by Kees_B Forum moderator / February 20, 2011 12:10 AM PST
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The answer to your question about Uniblue is a clear "no". But you might have other questions?

My question to you: how did you backup your computer? Personlly I only backup new and changed files from a selected number of folders, and I do that with a program called xxcopy across my home network to another PC. But you might have a different method.

Kees

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0x80070570
by boongsong / February 20, 2011 4:30 AM PST
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No problem with UniBlue. Didn't use it due to reviews from CNet.
I use DVD+R discs, as recommended in MS Forums
My 1st attempt at backing-up resulted in the message back-up stopped due to error code 0x80070570. Went to a MS Forum site that gave a link that suggested a fix. Followed the link that said to go to Start, Computer, right click on the drive (C), properties, Tools and then click on Check Now under the error checking space. Did that but had to schecule it to activate after next start-up. Did a restart, it went through the motions and no indication(s) of any errors or fixes. Computer started normally.
Tried to do another back-up and had to use a new disc - wouldn't accept previous. After formatting it, back-up started and got another error message of 0x0. Then, couldn't open E drive. Had to do another restart to open it and remove disc. Tried once again, using another new disc and at approx. 40% got another error saying errors in the media backup can't continue use another disc. That's twice for errors on media.
As for back-up, I have been using Carbonite and have configured it to back-up Everything.
I guess, at this point, if I can't solve the 0x80070570/0x0 problems, my only other solution is to do an "out of the box" restore. Sure ain't lookin' forward to that.
Have not had any other problems with anything else except Roxio and Backing-up. Other software has downloaded/installed good.
Any guidance greatly appreciated.

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Chkdsk
by bob b / February 20, 2011 6:44 AM PST
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Followed the link that said to go to Start, Computer, right click on the drive (C), properties, Tools and then click on Check Now under the error checking space. Did that but had to schecule it to activate after next start-up. Did a restart, it went through the motions and no indication(s) of any errors or fixes. Computer started normally.
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I think that's normal.
For some reason chkdsk buries the results in the event log.
So you need to root around in the event log to see what chkdsk found/did.

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Ouch.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 20, 2011 12:11 AM PST
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Between trying to install an old Roxio and Uniblue use I worry that this OS has been damaged.

But do tell EXACTLY what this "backing-up" entails. What software title is in use?
Bob

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0x80070570
by boongsong / February 20, 2011 4:15 AM PST
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Not using UniBlue.
As for the backing-up, it is the Windows back-up because I keep getting the alert in the Action Center icon on the task bar.
No software involved.
You might check my reply to Kees for detailed info.

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That narrowed down.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 20, 2011 4:20 AM PST
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If Carbonite was running. I bet that error can occur.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 20, 2011 4:33 AM PST
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I'd reconsider Windows Backup and make other plans.

Even a simple external drive and SYNCBACK goes a long way.

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