08-21-2011 02:03 AM
It's asking for 12 DVD's, co's I have got quite a lot of audio / video files saved on my C drive.
Unfortunately this laptop came with two partitions with strange proportions. Out of 680GB capacity, only about 30GB is partitioned as a separate D drive and the balance 650GB is there as C drive.
So, when I transferred the data from my old computer, D drive was not enough and my huge music collection went into the C drive. Now, if I take the full back up using "Current system back-up" its, asking for 12 DVD's!!!
10-21-2011 03:00 AM
I had the same problem on my IdeaPad G770. I solved it by first pressing the little arrow beside the powerswitch and restoring the system. After that I tryed to make a recovery agian on some more expencive and better DVDs and the problem was solved.
I hope the same will work for you
01-15-2012 09:40 AM
I am having the same problem on a new B575 laptop
Trying to create restore disks for factory default option gets through disk 1 w/o error then at 99% disk 2 fails with error 0xEB1b068A
I tried running as administrator, using different DVD brands, changing the write speed to a lower (4x) option, reinstalling the OneKey application which was already at latest version, stopping any unneccesary services and processes and chooisng restore from current state options without success.
Needless to say I wasted about 10-12 DVDs in the process, very frustrating!
So I gave in and called support. WIth very little explanation they offered to send recovery disks at no charge. Cant argue with that!
I really think its a problem with the onekey applicaiton and maybe 64bit compatability or something.
The disks that were created were readable so I dont think there is a problem with the dvd writer.
Anyway, if your system is under warranty, dont knock yourself out, just call support and maybe they will send recovery disks to you free of charge too.
09-13-2012 05:49 AM
Oke. So i think i might have found a solution.
I got a Lenovo IdeaPad Y580. I tried to make the factory recovery discs and i got this error.
I think the brand of the DVD's aren't important.
So after I wrecked like 6 DVD's I entered the forum and started reading.
1.Do a reboot of the computer. Close every single program u can from the taskbar near the Clock. I've even closed my Wi-Fi and antivirus.
2.I ran OneKeyRecovery as a administrator.
3.I started the burning process with same type of DVD's , I don't think this matters to be honest. The only thing I did during the procces was to change the DVD's when it was asking for it. It worked flawlessly.
Also I left the D lenovo partition untouched, I don't know if it has anything to do with the factory recovery thing.
I think that this error is caused by some program on the Laptop , maybe even one which came preinstalled.
I really hope this will help u guys , cuz I know how frustrating it can be.