1 Click error messages
1 Click error messages.
1 Click interacts with files located in several directories, and in many locations within a computer hard drive. There are several conditions that can make an error message appear.
Unable to copy files:
At the end of a backup, the program will announce what files were unable to be copied. There are many reasons why a file wouldn't copy. The most common causes are:
- An incompatible file system. Make sure the LaCie disk is in the same format as the source. For Mac, that is usually "Mac OS Extended". For Windows, it is "NTFS".
- Read/write permissions. On Vista, make sure the program is "Run as administrator." To do this, right-click the program icon, then choose "Run as administrator" in the small menu that appears. On Macintosh, make sure the backup source does not contain system folders (such as /System or /Library.)
Confusing error messages regarding .Net or VB
Error messages of this nature are exclusive to the Windows version of the program. 1 Click relies upon a program called ".Net" If there is a problem with this program, the 1 Click software will fail to run, and often will produce a large error message. To fix this, remove .Net using the "Add or remove programs" option in Control Panel, then reinstall it. It is available from Microsoft's website, and Windows Update.