Deploy Error on Standalone Utility

Discussion in 'Other Acronis Products' started by iphelps00, Jun 9, 2009.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. iphelps00
    Offline

    iphelps00 Registered Member

    I am trying to restore an image to an HP DX2000. I have created 3 master images and all images get the same error message. The error reads as follows:

    E0077001F: Deploying operations is not finished successfully. Failed to clean up disk '1'. (0x33001F) Tag = 0xA6EF0BE19DB52697

    I have deployed the image to one machine with no trouble and the machine is running great, but all others have been receiving the above error. Any ideas? I've got 14 machines to image and am stuck big time.

    I am running SnapDeploy 3 build 3292.

    Thanks
  2. ROP
    Offline

    ROP Registered Member

    I've had the same problem with SnapDeploy 3 build 3292, the only workaround is to deploy your images with the previous build.

    Good luck and let me know if this helps.
  3. TorErikLarsen
    Offline

    TorErikLarsen Registered Member

    yeah - the 3.0.3292 version is really full of bugs and doesent really work at all. u can downgrade to 3.0.3235 wich work fine.
  4. hackerjoe
    Offline

    hackerjoe Registered Member


    Where would you get the downgrade for 3.0.3235 version ?
  5. k1rkyc
    Offline

    k1rkyc Registered Member

    Hi - how do you downgrade please? I have version 3292 and it doesn't work!
  6. hackerjoe
    Offline

    hackerjoe Registered Member

    Wow I fell the pain :doubt:

    You would think someone could direct you to a link huh :mad: :blink: :D

    OK OK I just did a Google search and found the link for the 3.0.3235 version but not sure how to downgrade I'm guessing you'll have to uninstall everything and reinstall
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2009
  7. k1rkyc
    Offline

    k1rkyc Registered Member

    Thanks Joe - these forums seem to be as good as their support - can take days to get a reply lol

    I will try my friend google :D
  8. TorErikLarsen
    Offline

    TorErikLarsen Registered Member

    In my case i had a backup of the 3235 files.

    I just uninstalled everything and installed all the 3235 setups.
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.