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Lindsay Graham
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User aborted (FFFFFF98)

Post by Lindsay Graham » Sun Nov 03, 2019 11:21 am

SyncBackFree 9.1.12.0 (running under Windows 10) is scheduled on 2 computers to run daily. Computer A -- no problems. Computer B -- scheduled run fails with error code as above.

2BrightSparks Support said "... FFFFFF98 is an error code from your Task Scheduler, which indicate an abnormal termination of your profile run. It could be due to mis-configurations in your profile settings or maybe the profile needs user input to continue the execution. Can you try running the profile manually (Ctrl + R) and see if it runs successfully?"

Running manually (Ctrl+R or Ctrl+W) is fine, no problems. Cannot see any mis-configuration or user input requirement. I've several times deleted the schedule and re-input it, but still the error occurs. Any ideas or suggestions?

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Re: User aborted (FFFFFF98)

Post by Lindsay Graham » Sat Nov 09, 2019 1:54 pm

No replies on this topic, so I don't know whether it's not been read or nobody else has had the same problem.

But, for the record, it seems to have been fixed by simply deleting the scheduled group and all its profiles, and then recreating the whole thing. Now it works OK!!

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