Rsm Cannot Manage Library Changer0
Reply jose View June 22, 2009 thanks man, it worked smoothly! 😉 Reply Mike View July 1, 2009 Thanks! Removable Storage Manager Issue 13. I also have a very similar problem after installing Windows 2003 Service pack 1 (and also SBS Server Service pack 1).We too have tried deleting and reinstalling the CD Rom drivers If this issue is urgent and you need the > real-time communication, I would like to suggest that you contact Microsoft > Customer Service and Support (CSS). > > For more this contact form
After that the --->problem was resolved. Make sure it is set to Manual startup.2. Reply DataIntegrity New England View October 22, 2009 Followed steps… Worked for me in terms of "New files created" as a result of restarting services… Have to monitor Event Viewer if The snapin's display may be inconsistent with the Removable Storage Service." When RMS starts, I get the following error in the System log: "RSM cannot manage library Changer0. https://vox.veritas.com/t5/Backup-Exec/RSM-cannot-manage-library-Changer0-The-database-is-corrupt/td-p/6708
Delete the files in this folder. 5. I don't know how you stumbled on this, but it was plaguing me for a week until I found this. Database Utility fails to rebuild corrupted database: NOW what? 9.
Imaging SBS onto removable storage 12. Therefore, an association is created in that entry between the two drives. Delete the RSM databases located at %SystemRoot%\System32\NtmsData. 3. Similar Threads Removable Storage NTBACKUP problem John Nordien, Jul 14, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Replies: 0 Views: 2,004 John Nordien Jul 14, 2003 Removable Storage and NTBackup Mark Griffiths,
Stop the Removable Storage Service, if started. RESOLUTION-------------- -Rebuild the RSM database by: 1. It is all good now! But > because the device has been updated, the device instance name has been > changed.
Does anyone have a possible solution for this? > ---> > --->Thanks. > ---> > > Baboon, Mar 4, 2008 #4 Morgan che Guest Dear Customer, I am glad to The database is corrupt", I > also suggest you submit a request to obtain an available hotfix from > Microsoft. Any ideas on how to rebuild the removable storage database? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
In some installations the medium changer will also report as being off line. Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page RSM cannot manage library Changer0. Event 85" CAUSE--------This issue can occur if the RSM database is corrupt. However, I am still unable to open Removable > Storage even > --->after uninstalling *all* devices which had been listed under Libraries > (the > --->tape drive and CD ROM drive).
Thanks!!!! weblink I really hope this can be bought to HPs attention to get a fix, currently my servers runs back ups ok but thats only because I keep the CDROM disabled - The database is corrupt daniel_kaiser Level 2 02-10-2005 01:08 PM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content Hi, I After the drive has been updated, Removable Storage may not be able --->> to obtain the device serial number for the tape drive. --->> --->> In this scenario, Removable Storage uses
It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). The database is corrupt. MS KB 235032 details how to manually restore a backup copy of the RSM database by setting the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\NTMS\ImportDatabase value to 1. Of course I did The database is corrupt. http://stevemattley.com/rsm-cannot/rsm-cannot-manage-library-cd-rom.html About Us Windows Vista advice forums, providing free technical support for the operating system to all.
Right-click again and choose Delete. * Close the GUI * Stop Backup Exec services. * Run program files\veritas\backup exec\nt\tapeinst.exe. Microsoft Certified Professional Microsoft MVP [Windows] http://www.microsoft.com/protect "Aaron Neunz" wrote: | Is there a windows 2003 version of this article? | There are no files in my export folder.... | | No, create an account now.
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It's backing up just fine but the errors on reboot or restart of BE are annoying to the staff and Exec Director…hence they are annoying to me…you know how that works Now your drives should be seen in Backup Exec. The database is corrupt." --->I followed the link to Help and Support and tried to follow the steps to fix --->the library database, but with negative results - It says to However, I am still unable to open Removable --->> Storage even --->> --->after uninstalling *all* devices which had been listed under Libraries --->> (the --->> --->tape drive and CD ROM drive).
Reply Will View February 20, 2009 Disabled RSM and now all is good. They are highly useful for migrations and disaster recovery. All rights reserved. his comment is here Thanks.
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