Resume task failed

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Resume task failed

Postby pclab » 16.03.20, 13:46

Hi

I have a situation here, when I was imaging a SSD. In this case I had to put it into safe mode, load a loader, create a translator and start an Imaging task.
During the Imaging, the system crashed and I had to reboot the PC.

After that, and re-doing all the steps to access data, when I want to resume the imaging process I get an error that I attach.

If I create a new task, I can see that the ID of the SSD is exactly the same. If I copy all files from one task to another except task.prm, I can see the sector map (green and black sectors), but on the task statistics all sectors are marked as not read.
If I copy the task.prm I get the same error.
I don't want to re-do all the scan (it took a few days to do....).

Any suggestions?

Thanks
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Re: Resume task failed

Postby d_d_recovery » 16.03.20, 14:16

I had this error a while ago. I seem to remember that although the stats map goes blank when copied to a new task, if you build a submap using the legend it does pick up the old stats, it just does not display them.

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Re: Resume task failed

Postby pclab » 16.03.20, 14:16

Found it!!
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Re: Resume task failed

Postby d_d_recovery » 16.03.20, 14:25

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Re: Resume task failed

Postby Spark » 05.04.20, 17:58

pclab wrote:Source of the post Found it!!


Did you try using the task in the !Backup folder?
Lately I am also having problems with corrupt (hard disk) tasks. I think it could be a bug in the interaction between the two channels (UDMA-E) if one is used with hard disk and the other in SSD mode. In fact when you start an hard disk it will popup the ssd dialog window (ECC etc.). In theory it shouldn't show it if I decide to use a channel for a hard disk even if the other is working with an SSD


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