Backup fails with error x81000033
In researching this problem I have come to suspect that this "insufficient space error" is referring to the 100MB SYSTEM partition; when I view its properties it has only 12.1 MB free, and another error message said that there must be at least 50MB free
for a backup to succeed.
Does that sound correct?
The machine is new and a backup has never worked. I do not know how to find out what is using up the space on SYSTEM, let alone how to free up the space. Please advise.
Keys to the Problem Backup fails with error x81000033
I have found what I believe is a credible problem description and fix:
(No thanks whatsoever to Microsoft)
Open Action Center by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking Control Panel, and then, under System and Security, clicking Review your computer's status.
Make sure your computer has at least the minimum amount of random access memory (RAM) required to run the program that is displaying the error. Look for the program requirements online or in the packaging information.
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