Windows 10 Build 1803 - Backup fiails due to problem with OneDrive folder - KB61362 Workaround
Acronis has issued KB6132 dealing with this issue. Unfortunately it is a workaround rather than a solution.
To resolve the issue, do the following:
- In OneDrive Settings disable the option Save space and download files as you use them
- Wait until all files in OneDrive are syncronized to the computer. Note that synchronization may take considerable time if there are many files to process.
- Create a new backup task and run the backup. You can also continue to use existing backup task but please be aware that recovery from old backup slices will not be possible."
I would not call this a solution, it is a workaround that assumes you device has sufficient storage to store all files. My ancient HP Windows Table (has Window 10 Home on it but not latest build) would not have sufficient storage to do this. Also the second sentence of point 3 is unclear - can you do a disk restore, I cannot see why not. However trying to do a file recovery may be a different matter.
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