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Error -2857 On Restore


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I needed to reformat my hard drive in order to load down MAC OSX 10.4.

I used Stuffit ver. 11 to create a backup of all the files I wanted to keep.

I used Toast 8 to backup the stuffit file I created, it spanned across 7 cd disc's.

 

 

UsingToast ver. 8 (Roxio Restore ver. 1.0.4) to restore the file.

 

When I load disc 1, the icon to restore on disc 1 is black and will not open. So what I have to do is 1st load in any of the other 7 disc's, click on the Restore icon, then it tells me to load disc one. After I put disc one in it reads about 1/2 of the disc and then I get

 

"A file system error -36 has occured. Restoring will be aborted"

 

 

 

I looked at the console logs and it read:

 

2008-08-26 14:59:22.234 Roxio Restore[363] CFLog (0):

CFPropertyListCreateFromXMLData(): plist parse failed; the data is not proper UTF-8. The file name for this data could be:

(UNKNOWN)

The parser will retry as in 10.2, but the problem should be corrected in the plist.

2008-08-26 14:59:22.246 Roxio Restore[363] CFLog (0):

CFPropertyListCreateFromXMLData(): plist parse failed; the data is not proper UTF-8. The file name for this data could be:

(UNKNOWN)

The parser will retry as in 10.2, but the problem should be corrected in the plist.

/Volumes/My Disc - Part 1 of 7/Roxio Restore.app/Contents/MacOS/Roxio Restore[363] Launch failed with error code -2857 (cfragCFragRsrcErr) for application /Volumes/My Disc - Part 1 of 7/Roxio Restore.app/Contents/MacOS/Roxio Restore

Aug 26 14:59:22 x-ibook-g4 /Volumes/My Disc - Part 1 of 7/Roxio Restore.app/Contents/MacOS/Roxio Restore: launch failed with error code -2857 (cfragCFragRsrcErr) for application /Volumes/My Disc - Part 1 of 7/Roxio Restore.app/Contents/MacOS/Roxio Restore\n

 

 

Any ideas?

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