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I had to restore my operating system (XP Home Edition). I reloaded all theprograms and was running a data restore from PC Backup. The restore stopped on disc 4 of 5 giving error code 570. It quoted the original file and path and the message was: "the sytem repoted (13Oxd) the data is invalid. When I clicked OK it undid all of the restore to that point.

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I can't help you get this current problem solved.

However I can help you prevent it in the future.
Get a whopping BIG outside hard-drive for your backups.
Then you have ALL your back-up files on one continuous disk, instead of several.

You need a program that automatically backs-up only the files you have pre-selected, as an actual file and not an "Image".
Back-up such as Desktop, My Documents, Email, Favorites etc.
With "image" files you can not retrieve or copy and paste individual files from the archives, such as when you have accidentally deleted a good file on the computer.

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