Windows 10 Windows 10 System Image help needed

brkkab

Extraordinary Member
#1
Every time I try to make a system image in Windows 10 Pro x64 I get the following error message. Error code 0x807080151 along with error code0x80070020 at the bottom of the same page. Here's a screenshot of it.Shadow Copy, etc. is on/started. I've tried stopping them & restarting them. Also ran checkdisk and sfc /scannow. Nothing found.
 


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kemical

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#2
What security apps you running brkkab? Try turning them off and see if it helps any.
 


brkkab

Extraordinary Member
#3
Bitdefender Internet Security 2015. It's found no threats.
 


brkkab

Extraordinary Member
#4
I'm wondering if it's something to do with using FileHistory, too. I don't know why it would be, as I'm only trying to do a system image, not use the full blown Windows 7 Backup for a image and a backup of document's, etc..
It's also, not the Insider Preview version of Windows 10.
 


Joe S

Excellent Member
#6
I always make my images from the Acronis boot disk. Then nothing is running or updating in the background to cause problems.
Joe
 


Saltgrass

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Microsoft Community Contributor
#7
You are trying to do a backup of a VM? I have no experience with VM, but where is the backup location in relation to the VM?
 


MikeHawthorne

Essential Member
Microsoft Community Contributor
#8
Hi

I don't know what's causing the problem, but I've been using EaseUS TODO backup and recovery Free, with good results.
I've made 22 backups and restored 7 times since I started using Windows 10.

Best free backup software for Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, etc - EaseUS Todo Backup Free

So if you want to get a image made you could give it a try.

It makes it's own recovery disk in either Linux or WindowsPE format and it literally only takes a couple of clicks to make a backup.

Mike
 


brkkab

Extraordinary Member
#9
It's not a VM.
 


brkkab

Extraordinary Member
#10
**SOLVED** Iolo System Mechanic Standard's created power plans were the culprit. I disabled them, switched my pc to Windows' High Performance plan and System Image is working now. I forgot all about checking that one before I posted this.
 


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