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  • Support نکردن windows server backup از هارد اکسترنال 3 ترابایتی

    سلام دوستان وقتی میخوام در ویندوز سرور 2008 r2 با استفاده از ابزار windows server backup از سیستم بک اپ بگیرم روی هار داکسترنال های 500 گیگ و 2 تاریی که دارم میگیره اما روی هارد 3 تاریی که مارکش هم segate هست استارت نمیشه و failed میشه.چه کار باید بکنم؟

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    Here is your answer

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    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/889b01be-d333-4fc7-b005-e12b7b236ad7/problem-with-windows-server-backup-2008-r2-with-advanced-format-4k-drive?forum=windowsbackup
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    • #3
      I would also like to add a solution that I found that has worked for my 3TB WD Elements drive. Out of the box this drive did not work with Windows backup at all. WD support actually came through for me on this issue and pointed me to the following solution:http://wdc.custhelp.com/app/answers/...T1hrMSpJQms%3D
      Basically it consists of formatting the drive with their external drive formatting utility in "Factory Default" mode rather than XP-Compatible mode which (ironically) is how the drive ships. After performing the format, the drive works fine with Windows backup in both Windows 7 and Windows Server, but is incompatible with Windows XP. In my case, this is an acceptable compromise.
      This is how the drive appeared out of the box:
      C:\Windows\system32>fsutil fsinfo ntfsinfo H:
      Bytes Per Sector : 4096
      Bytes Per Physical Sector : <Not Supported>
      Bytes Per Cluster : 4096
      Bytes Per FileRecord Segment : 4096

      This is how the drive appeared after the "Factory Default" format:
      C:\Windows\system32>fsutil fsinfo ntfsinfo H:
      Bytes Per Sector : 512
      Bytes Per Physical Sector : <Not Supported>
      Bytes Per Cluster : 4096
      Bytes Per FileRecord Segment : 1024

      Finally, I should point out that this utility will probably not work for drives from manufacturers other than Western Digital as it scans for WD drives specifically on launch and is likely working directly with their drives' firmware. That said, I do believe this should cover all WD drives 2.5TB and larger to correct this issue.

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      • #4
        نوشته شده توسط reza2002 مشاهده پست
        I would also like to add a solution that I found that has worked for my 3TB WD Elements drive. Out of the box this drive did not work with Windows backup at all. WD support actually came through for me on this issue and pointed me to the following solution:http://wdc.custhelp.com/app/answers/...T1hrMSpJQms%3D
        Basically it consists of formatting the drive with their external drive formatting utility in "Factory Default" mode rather than XP-Compatible mode which (ironically) is how the drive ships. After performing the format, the drive works fine with Windows backup in both Windows 7 and Windows Server, but is incompatible with Windows XP. In my case, this is an acceptable compromise.
        This is how the drive appeared out of the box:
        C:\Windows\system32>fsutil fsinfo ntfsinfo H:
        Bytes Per Sector : 4096
        Bytes Per Physical Sector : <Not Supported>
        Bytes Per Cluster : 4096
        Bytes Per FileRecord Segment : 4096

        This is how the drive appeared after the "Factory Default" format:
        C:\Windows\system32>fsutil fsinfo ntfsinfo H:
        Bytes Per Sector : 512
        Bytes Per Physical Sector : <Not Supported>
        Bytes Per Cluster : 4096
        Bytes Per FileRecord Segment : 1024

        Finally, I should point out that this utility will probably not work for drives from manufacturers other than Western Digital as it scans for WD drives specifically on launch and is likely working directly with their drives' firmware. That said, I do believe this should cover all WD drives 2.5TB and larger to correct this issue.
        اونطور که متوجه شدم این راه حل برای هاردهای wd کاربرد داره هارد من از برند segate هستش

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