Windows server 2003 R2 Backup Failed: Cannot Save All Files

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I am using two servers and both are running with Windows Server 2003 R2. There is a daily back up and the backup file size will be 3 GB to 100 GB. But during the backup procedure I am always getting an error message which says ‘Windows cannot save all files. The data may be lost. This is happening because of hardware or network problem.’ I have no idea why this is happening. Please help me. I need somebody to figure out the problem. I will be thankful for all your help and support.

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Windows server 2003 R2 Backup Failed: Cannot Save All Files

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The error that you are experiencing is associated with the hard drive connections. I would suggest that you test all connections and ensure transferability of files between two or more. I would suggest also ensuring that the hard drives are correctly seated or external hard drives are properly plugged-in.

The USB front bus might be corrupted located on the hard drive enclosure if you’re using an external drive. Make sure to check those drives in Disk Management and also ensure they are formatted properly.

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Windows server 2003 R2 Backup Failed: Cannot Save All Files

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There are lot of possibilities for this error to occur. If you are trying to copy such a huge data at once it may through that errors. Try to copy the data by taking only few files at once. In that way try to copy all the files. If you are trying to copy in this manner it may not through errors. Even if the errors still occur. The possibility is that the network cable from one server to other server is too long or the hub that you are using to connect the two systems may have problem in sending the data. 

Check those things apart from that check whether your Hard disk drivers are up to data. This is a rare case scenario. If those are not updated from long since try to update those.

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