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Maxtor One Touch III

My Maxtor One Touch III has suddenly ceased to back up my files automatically (or manually) and I get the followinh error message:

Normal backup using DirectBackup at 14/03/2008 23:13
Can't access Backup Set RestorePoint, error -1101 (file/directory not found)
14/03/2008 23:13:02: Execution incomplete

I haven't change anything. What should I do please?

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Possible Bad sector.... Scandisk with autofix/deepscan on and let it run... it may take awhile...


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Download and run maxtor powermax, when you run the program it will idenify your hard drives, select your one touch and run the recertify, this will not erase anything but will run a complete diagnostic and attempt recovery of data to recertify as good. If the drive fails I have recovery software I can e-mail you.

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