This happened to me once before with the Retrospect Express HD software that came with my Maxtor OneTouch external hard drive, but I don’t remember how I fixed it :-(.
6/30/2005 3:12:31 AM: Copying Maxtor OneTouch (J:) 6/30/2005 3:15:34 AM: Snapshot stored, 16.6 MB 6/30/2005 3:15:48 AM: Comparing Maxtor OneTouch (J:) File "J:My PicturesHawaiiMauiRoad to HanaIMG_1528.JPG": didn't compare at offset 128 in stream ... File "J:My PicturesSelected Hawaii picsMauiHaleakala & HanaIMG_1528.JPG": didn't compare at offset 128 in stream ... 6/30/2005 3:15:52 AM: 2 execution errors Completed: 2 files, 896 KB Performance: 35.0 MB/minute (52.5 copy, 52.5 compare) Duration: 00:03:20 (00:03:16 idle/loading/preparing)
I did a disk check and now I’m defragging and hoping that clears up the problem.
Maybe if that doesn’t work, then I’ll try the steps that I took to fix my other problem. Completely different problem, but I suspect that blowing away the Retrospect metadata might be a cure for a lot of consistency problems.