The bottom line of my problem is that after doing a partial restore from an archive I get this message and the restored folder is missing 7 files: WARNING: 7 file(s) or folder(s) were not processed due to errors. See log for details Details: I'm trying to backup my hard drive (HD #1) and move some files to another drive (HD #2) before reinstalling Windows. I'm using Paragon Backup & Recovery 10 Free Edition on Windows XP SP2. I created a recovery CD with Paragon, booted with it, and backed up the partition I needed to. Then I booted into Windows and I've done 2 partial restores from the partition I backed up: one folder from the archive restored to a partition on HD #2 and a different folder from the archive restored to a different partition on HD #2. The first restore seemed to work ok, I let it run overnight and then checked the properties of the original folder (from the partition I backed up on HD #1) and the restored copy (on HD #2) in Windows Explorer: same # of files, folders, and total size. When I tried the second restore, I ran into a problem. First of all Paragon estimates it will take like an hour, but after the "time remaining" hits 00:00:00, it still runs for like another 9 hours (no exageration), with the "overall progress" climbing to hundreds of percent, over 250% at least. More importantly, when it finally finishes, I get this message: WARNING: 7 file(s) or folder(s) were not processed due to errors. See log for details A check of the properties of the original version and the restored copy confirms that the restored copy has 7 less files, out of over 80,000. Where can I see which files were "not processed due to errors"? I can't just write these files off -- they could be important and I need to know what they are. I don't understand why this software has so many cryptic error messages. I even poked around and looked at pwlog.txt and stubact.log and can't find any explanation about those 7 files.