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geezman

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  1. I updated my system again yesterday with no issues! Not sure what happened, but it definitely was not caused by the DrivePool RC. My system is now up and running fine on 2.2.0.900
  2. I agree, I don't think it was DrivePool. I was able to restore from a backup. I haven't updated to the RC again, but I will tomorrow. I'm expecting it to upgrade with no issues. I'm not sure what happened, but the system is back up at the moment and all is good. If I have the same issue after I try upgrading tomorrow, I'll be sure to let everyone know.
  3. Just a warning to anyone thinking of updating to the RC 2.2.0.900. After I installed this update and rebooted my PC, my PC would not boot into Windows and went straight into PC recovery. It MAY not be because of the upgrade, but the timing is suspect. I am in the process of trying to recover from a backup at the moment, but the first attempt was not successful. Will keep everyone posted.
  4. I personally still do back ups to external drives for the most important stuff that I then put in a water and fire proof safe. Even if you have duplication of the files, this does no good if the entire computer is engulfed in flames. I use a program called "Allway Sync". It's a Windows only program and it's a great program. The best part? It's "Free for moderate personal use". But the "Pro" version is only like $25 anyway.
  5. I had the same problem using the 2.2.0.651 beta version. I tried the 2.2.0.653 version you linked to and proceeded to copy about 500 GB of various video files and it was much better. I only had the "Error 0x800705AA: Insufficient system resources" error one time during the transfer of about 1,000 files. It looks like your on the right track to eliminate this issue.
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