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#1 Kevin Kemeny

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Posted 28 September 2009 - 08:46 AM

I moved my backup file to another drive and I must have deleted the original mediaid.bin file. After searching online I found out how to rebuild the file. I rebuilt it and I'm getting the same error. I read I should copy the backup files and the mediaid.bin file to a LAN drive. I haven't done that because I will take hours to transfer that file size. Does anyone know for sure or have any other options.

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