I just bought a new computer with Windows Vista Home Premium. I cannot
create a backup of recovery files on a DVD-R disc. Everything starts off
fine, then at the end this error comes up:
The backup did not complete successfully. An error occured. The following
information might help you reslove the error. The request could not be
performed because of an i/o device error (0x8007045D)
Please help me. Much appreciated.
I have a HP dv6799 with pioneer dvr-k17b dvd writer,2gig ram,cpu intell t-9300. It originally came with Vista home premium but I upgraded it to Ultimate SP1 and now that I want to get a complete backup of my hard drive, at the end of the first DVD iget the same error (0x8007045D). I have tried the clearing of restore points,shadow copies etc. sofar nothing has worked. I hope somebody finds a soluion, surely Microsoft doesn't give a damn!!!
i had the same problem with my new hp dv6000 notebook. the recovery disc creation crashes, i tried different discs but all failed, tried different ways, but all failed, so rang HP support, said them my problem, and they send me a new set of Recovery DVD in a week absolutely free.
what i came to know from hp was, sometimes the software gets corrupted. so thers no use of trying it in different ways.
so i would suggest u to geton to the website www.hp.com, ring hp support, tell them whts going wrong, and they gonna send u a fresh copy of ur system recovery programme.
hope it helped.
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As for your problem Toshiba is not did not bother creating a Windows XP compatible drivers for the Model L500-018 as it is their high end Notebook for the year 2007 and discontinued it on 2009. what you can is to upgrade from Windows Vista Home to Vista Premium for more functionality and XP compatibility or upgrade to much better Windows 7 as the Vista drivers are accepted by windows 7 OS.
When you boot up the laptop press F10 to bring up an list of devices to boot up from, select the CD drive. OR Go into the BIOS setup and to the Boot start up and move the CD to the top as the first boot device with the hard disk as the second device. Your laptop will now boot uo with the Windows Vista installation CD.
The free upgrade is sent out by the laptops manf. directly to you as
long as you bought the laptop in the past 4 months. It is regardless of
the current version of Windows Vista that you are running. According to
an article found here
"Acer says "shipments will begin in increments. All orders will be
handled on a first-in, first-out basis." So if you bought a computer
last week, you could be at the end of a long line."
Best you can do at the moment is just wait, your not going to be able to do much till Acer ships out that upgrade. Even if you did install Windows Vista Premium, you would be stuck till you got the Windows 7 from the manf.
Unless you can find and verify you have an orignal CD there is nothing you an do but buy another license for th use of Vista. If you made a back up set up. Have yo ulooked at the bottom of the laptop. Most of the time it has the Vista sticker with the key for your windows use. reinstall and use that key.
If the computer was "new" and was shipped with Vista installed, the manufacturer probably "designed" the computer for Vista, and did not create/include device-drivers for Windows XP.
So, trying to install XP will not work.
So, insert the Microsoft Vista CD-ROM (the one shipped with the computer, not a CD-ROM purchased from a retail store, nor borrowed from a friend), and boot from it, and reinstall Vista.
What manufacturer/model of laptop? Some manufacturers will ship you a set of CDs/DVDs to replace the ones that were shipped with the new computer.
1. sound driver
2. microphone settings in volume control applet
3. tap test (tap the area around the microphone and see if eg Sound Recorder picks it up)
4. external microphone
If you get to step 4 before you get anything then your problem is one of missing or damaged microphone.