I need some help here because I’m fairly frustrated. I have been trying for a few days with multiple configurations and I can’t get anything backed up online.
I have about 100 GB of data that I just want to slowly trickle up to the storage but I can’t get past a couple of hours of activity before I get an 175 error.
I have a Windows Home Server v1 that I’m trying to pull data off and up to this service. Originally I was trying to run a backup job from my WHS to my desktop, then from my desktop to the online backup but that didn’t work. I was able to get the data off the WHS no problem but the upload would always fail.
Found a thread on here for the Beta that allows network shares to be backed up, perfect, saves me a step. Everything starts fine with that, files are being backed up but after a couple of hours it just fails. I’ve gotten to the point now where I have a dumb stripped down computer with nothing but XP sp3 and Comodo software on it to handle the backup and it still fails.
250GB for 100 bucks per year is very reasonable, but not if I can’t use the space.
Any tips for uploading 100 GB of photos and home movies? Some of the movies are large too (HD camera) so is there a files size limitation that may be killing this thing?
I’m sorry if I don’t have enough information in here to assist you in helping but but please just ask for any detail and I’ll supply them, I’m at my wits end.
Emanuel: I will do that as soon as I get home today and attach to a post, thanks.
w-e-v: Nope it’s data sitting on a Windows Home Server (V1) that sits on my network. I’ve set up a “robot” PC on my network with only Windows XP and Comodo on it. I don’t even have virus software on it because it’s only purpose on my network is to run the backup program to pull the data from the server and upload it to the online backup service.
Now I need to know if I’m just wasting my time. It hasn’t progressed past 3% in the past 12 hours, which may be okay because of the large transfer but every single entry is followed by an “unable to process item”
I’m not getting any red X error messages so I want to know for sure. Is anything being backed up at all?
There is nothing wrong with the software, it does backups locally perfectly and completes without issue, even across my internal network. Any time I try to backup online it fails after some time of showing successful transactions.
I have used Skydrive and Dropbox successfully but they don’t have the space I require.
EDIT: Come to think of it, now that you asked, I successfully backed up and restored to Comodo Online Backup’s free trial before I made my purchase and it worked without issue. Now that I’m trying to throw 100GB at it, it calves every time.
Im sorry for any misunderstanding. I dont want to confuse anybody.
Im just following Melihs example trying to help the end-user. Specially when the user has been requesting support from many ways.
Las year, around october/november, ive purchased a license and until now i havent been able to use it or activate it. I would prefer to use it in benefit of the end user to benefit him, thus benefiting Comodo.
If in any way Ive caused you or anyone else any concern, please accept my apologies.
I do think, though, that using this new account could help see if your account is the problem. Or something at your internet connection or PC level.