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Messages 121 to 130

Code Description
DRC121E "Drive size mismatch error. The original Source was <device-name> with xxx sectors. The currently selected Source drive contains yyy sectors."

You are resuming a previous copy operation and the size of the Source drive is not the same as the original value. This error is most likely caused by the selection of the wrong Source drive.

DRC122E "Invalid filename. Please click on Browse to choose or type in a valid full-path filename."

The name of the disk-image file or session file is not valid.

DRC123E "Insufficient space on drive <drive letter>."

There is insufficient available disk space on the drive holding the disk-image file or the session file (and the companion work folder). See "What is required to use Disk Recoup™".

DRC124E "The destination drive (xxx bytes) is smaller than the source (yyy bytes)."

A dedicated Destination hard drive must be the same size as or larger than the Source drive.

DRC125E "The session file must have the extension ‘.drs’."
DRC126E "The disk-image file must have the extension ‘.dsk’."
DRC127E "The file must have the extension ‘.dsk’ or ‘drs’."

You must specify a disk-image file (extension ‘dsk’) or session file (extension ‘drs’).

DRC128E "The drive did not respond to low-level disk operations."

You clicked on "Options", "Source Drive Optimization" and chose to use only low-level disk operations. However, the Source drive did not respond to low-level disk commands.

DRC129E "<disk nnn> contains volume <ccc> and cannot be written over. If <disk nnn> is the intended destination, use Windows® Disk Management to delete all volumes the disk contains."
DRC130E "Could not dismount volume <drive letter>."

You chose to copy data to a physical drive that contains an active volume (i.e., drive letter) and the volume could not be dismounted so that copying can proceed. This error should be followed by a more detailed message.