The offer really stands! This is insane! So now that you have a drive connected that supports 512b allocations (sectors) you should be able to use this drive as the backup drive for your server. Although I haven't tested with Server 2012. http://introbuilder.net/windows-server/windows-server-backup-fails-io-device-error.php
I recommend getting a Drive that is either designed for Server backup, or get a simple USB External Drive case, (Generic with no Energy saving) and put in your own drive. Factory Default format did the trick. Are there textual deviations between the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Old Testament? And the answer seems to be the same. http://gadgets.itwriting.com/998-why-your-new-2tb-or-3tb-drive-will-not-work-with-windows-backup.html
The next step is to script the "detach / copy / attach" process and schedule it after the backup. Return your drive and go to this site where there is a nice list developing that tracks disks that have been tested: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/1780.aspx 2. Clever stuff. Thanks, Brett M.
Some basic time to learn, would have saved you this frustation. But you just keep on drinking that MS kool aid, Russ. require aspecific sector size of 512 as I'm now discovering in the forum. "backup the request could not be performed because of an I/O device error" This backup tool is utterly The Backup Operation That Started At Has Failed With Following Error Code '2155348010' Reply Pale Rider August 26, 2013 at 7:17 am vttech, I also have a 3TB Seagate drive, and getting these same IO errors when running SBS2011 Windows Backup…my drive was able
See if this has made the problem go away. Windows Server Backup 4k Sector Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create The drive is connected via a USB connection and works on the new Windows 7 PC for saving files normally but the Windows 7 Backup to it fails with an I/O https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/952272 This thread should NOT be closed.
Additionally, It would be great to see support for the RDX directly through the SBS backup interface. External Hard Drive With 512 Bytes Per Sector THis is ridiculous beyond belief. If you want to take a look at these underlying backup mechanisms, then you will have to use a Remote Desktop Connection to log into WHS 2011 directly and display the I found it ridiculous enough this was even an issue in 2008 which is what Im using.
I'll work on it tomorrow. http://www.dell.com/support/Article/us/en/04/SLN288332/EN So please, dont come with your 512b sector size drives are enough and all a server needs. One Of The Backup Files Could Not Be Created I/o Device Error Finish the wizard." I have verified my hard drives and they are OK. Windows Server Backup Compatible Hard Drives Thanks again for the help Wednesday, August 10, 2011 9:25 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I'm getting the same error (2155348010)code on a Intel based server that
Please help if you know what to do to make it work! http://introbuilder.net/windows-server/windows-server-2008-backup-i-o-device-error.php Today the Search gods were smiling on me and I stumbled on this most excellent post on how to add a stubborn disk to SBS backup manually and it worked perfectly: Is this likely to be related to the 4k byte sector? G H You are checking NO? Windows Server 2008 R2 Backup Usb Drive Compatibility
We downloaded and used the WD Quick Formatter Tool (http://wdc.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/search/1/a_id/3868) on the USB drive to format it with the non-XP compatible setting. Part of my job is todivide my time between learning and fixing. Regards, Mike Tuesday, July 19, 2011 8:39 PM Reply | Quote 2 Sign in to vote As you know SBS2011 is based onServer 2008 it's only the Exchange, SharePoint, etc. More about the author Windows Recovery Tools, have to also be updated.
It's good work you're doing - asking that this thread be closed and contributing nothing to the actual problem being addressed. /sarcasm (<- just for you Russ!) The answer was How To Format Seagate 3tb External Hard Drive With 512 / Sector I've spent a fair whack of my hard-earned on all this brand new up to date stuff and it simply doesn't work. Obviously when Microsoft unvielled Windows 7 they were well aware of the impending change in hard drive formats and while perhaps it is acceptable that the OS did not support the
more of an explanation for why a problem occurs that should've been fixed a long time ago. please send a email to sbaid_at_microsoft.com and absrivas_at_microsoft.com - we can follow up to help you out on that. (replace _at_ with @) ------- this information is provided as-is without any Friday, October 16, 2009 4:34 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Will do.Jay Tuesday, October 20, 2009 3:50 PM Reply | Quote 3 Sign in to vote The Windows Server 2008 Compatible External Hard Drive I did a quick check of about 10 disks online and couldn’t find a single one where the manufacturer listed the bytes per physical sector in the specs anywhere.
I liken it to buying a new car and the brakes fail because the manufacturer had fitted old size brake pads but the parts supplier had fitted a different sized set After reading the explanation of the cause that Abhinav wrote, I tried connecting an old Freecom 150 GB USB Drive and the Windows7 Backup then completed successfully to it. Web Hosting | Web Design | Web Development | SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) Monday, April 18, 2011 9:25 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Russ Please read click site Note that formatting your hard drive to Factory Default will cause it not recognizable in Windows XP and all the data on it wiped out, so backup hard disk if there
My thought is that most of the people who actually use WHS are advanced home users, but shouldn't have to be IT people. I can not test every external usb drive myself, before getting it out to customers. Very disappointing, but at least I now know why I can't use my 3TB HD for server backup.