N/APosted on - 06/20/2011
I am using my Windows Vista Ultimate on my laptop for around two years. Today, I tried to restore the backup taken on DVD, but it gives me the following error and gets closed.
There was an unexpected error in the property page:
The transfer syntax is not supported by the RPC server.
Please close the property page and try again.
When I checked the event log, I found two entries relevant to the backup
Error during RPC serialization: (hr = 0x800706c2)
Backup started at '6/23/2008 6:11:16 AM' failed with following error code '2147944130' (The transfer syntax is not supported by the RPC server.). Please rerun backup once issue is resolved.
The error appears after around 4-5 minutes of progressing of restore process.
Help is required regarding solution of this error.
Unable to restore backup on DVD
You received error message to restore the back up on your computer.
The transfer syntax is not supported by the RPC server. (0x800706C2)
These error indicate either damaged data or physical damage on the hard disk.
To test the hard disk, run ScanDisk. To run ScanDisk from within Windows, follow these steps:
Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click ScanDisk.
Click the drive you want to examine for errors.
Click Thorough, and then click Start.
Running ScanDisk with through option selected examines the hard disk for physical damage. If damages data detected, ScanDisk gives you the option to save the damaged data to a file or to discard the data. The ScanDisk surface may take considerable amount of time on large hard disks.
To run ScanDisk from a command prompt outside of Windows, follow these steps:
Click the start button, click Shut Down, click Restart The Computer In MS-DOS Mode, and the click Yes.
Type the following command at the command prompt, and then press ENTER.
Scandisk <x>: where <x> is the letter of the hard disk you want to check.
When ScanDisk finishes its initial check, it prompts you to perform a surface scan on the drive. Click Yes or press ENTER.
If ScanDisk is unable to repair damaged data, or indicates that the hard disk has physical damage, you may need to have the hard disk checked by a qualified service professional.