Solved - Final Error 0xe00084c8 & 0xe00084ca
“The Backup Storage Device Has Failed"
SOLVED ERROR 0xe00084c8 AND 0xe00084ca – “THE BACKUP STORAGE DEVICE HAS FAILED"
“0xe00084c8” and “0xe00084ca” both these errors occur when one tries to take the backup in a storage device. It shows in the form that “the backup storage device has failed”. The reason these error occurs might be due to more files being opened than the ones memory cache manager can handle and due to this all the paged pool memory is used.
Creating backup is a must if you want to save your data. Backup is an act of copying virtual, physical files or databases to some other removable disk drives or to other sites. For protecting your data the best option is backup. There are different methods to take backup:
Error 0xe00084c8 - "The backup storage device has failed"
While backing up the data, sometimes it happens that an error starts showing up on the screen. Those errors are:
Backup to Disk fails with error "0xe00084c8 - The backup storage device has failed"
“V-79-57344-33992 - The backup storage device has failed”
“0xe00084ca - The data being read from the media is inconsistent”
Manual Method to solve this error “0xe00084c8- The backup storage device has failed”
To solve the error “e00084c8 backup exec”, we have to recreate the backup to disk(B2D) folder which was created for backup. By deleting the backup to disk folder from Symantec Backup Exec does not delete .bkf files (backed up data), the data remains untouched on the actual location. By following the below process, you can recreate the B2D on the same location.
Expert Suggestion to solve this complicated error 0xe00084c8
Troubleshooting these types of errors “0xe00084c8 - The backup storage device has failed” is a very hectic task. One needs to be very attentive while solving the job, just a single mistake and your whole backup could vanish. So the best way to solve the job in an easy manner is to take the help of a third-party tool like Backup Exec BKF Repair Tool. This tool supports all the BKF file and can restore maximum possible data from there.