My Memeo Instant Backup won't work on Windows 10?
My new Lenovo computer yoga 12 has the Windows 10 system. I cannot get it to back up. Has anyone had this issue? Do you know why the system back up with Windows 10 won't work?
Have you tried going to the companies web site to get support. Here is the web site you need to go to for help: http://support.memeo.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=15014&_referrer=http://memeo.com/home-solutions/memeo-instant-backup/. They should be able to help you or steer you in the right direction. According to their web site their software will work on Windows 10. It may require an update on your part. Also there may be a problem with your Windows 10. Microsoft issues a new build recently that fixed a lot of bugs. You go into settings and in the 2nd tier, you should see Windows update. Run that and see if you see the new build show up there. Install the new build and see if that fixes the problem. If it does not, go to the company web site I gave you and that should help. Good luck!
Most likely it wants a storage medium with sufficient space like an external hard drive or a dvd. (Try that and then try running the backup program)
This isn't the direct answer to your question, but I feel it may be a better solution to your problem.
First let's discuss Memeo.
Memeo requires that you utilize an attached storage device (such as a USB drive) for holding your backup data. The 'locally attached' backup location is just fine when you accidentally delete a file, or your hard-drive crashes, but there are other situations where it will not help. Here are a few common ones;
* A house or office fire destroys your laptop, as well as the 'backup disk'. Since they are in the same location, all data is lost.
* A virus infects your computer and destroys all files on your hard-drive and your attached back-up drive.
* When you are traveling, you have the choice of carrying your backup drive with-you, and risking loss or theft of ALL your data, or leaving your back-up drive behind and not having back-ups while you travel.
* As Brian mentioned, your back-up drive can 'run out of space' presenting you with a problem of now having to find a larger drive, or 'clean' your existing drive.
Because of these inefficiencies, I would highly encourage you to explore a cloud-based solution for backing up critical files. Cloud based backup solutions are reasonably priced and offer the following advantages;
* Your critical files are encrypted (for security) and stored 'in the cloud'.
* If your laptop is lost / stolen / destroyed, your backup files are safely in the cloud for you to restore on a new computer.
* Your computer will backup files immediately when connected to the internet and powered on. At home, traveling, or in a coffee-shop, no 'extra drive' to lug around.
* Many cloud-based solutions have 'unlimited' space, so you never have to worry about storage running out.
* You can access your backed up files from anywhere, on just about any internet connected device, such as your mobile phone, tablet, or a friends computer.
Here is a good article that compares some of the top cloud-based backup solutions and their respective features. You can see the are mostly priced between $5 - $10 a month. Some of them even have limited space 'free' versions so you can try before you buy.
I have faced same problem. Contacted Memeo several time for last 2 months, but they are not able to resolve. Charged me twice to download updated version, but still did not resolve. Avoid Memeo
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some time ago I have faced the same issue. Contacted Memeo several time for last 2 months, but they are not able to resolve. Charged me twice to download an updated version, but still did not resolve.
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This issues comes along with various error codes, which are as follows:
Windows 10 backup error 0x807800c5
Windows 10 backup fails to complete
Windows 10 backup did not complete successfully
System backup is rather important, and if you can't create system backup on Windows 10, make sure to try some of these solutions: https://www.minitool.com/backup-tips/windows-10-backup-not-working.html
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MEMEO INSTANT BACKUP SETUP FOR WINDOWS 10
MEMEO BACKUP INSTALLATION:
Download and Install “MEMEO Instant Backup” software. If you are using a Seagate drive, “Seagate Dashboard” and “MEMEO Sync” no longer work with Windows 10. “MEMEO Backup” is the only program that still works. In order to load the MEMEO software you have to run the” SeagateDashboard_1554_Better_Setup” software package which will load “Seagate Dashboard”, ”Memeo Sync” and “Memeo Instant Backup” programs. If you load all three programs, you will then need to uninstall “Seagate Dashboard” and “Memeo Sync”. You only need the “Memeo Instant Backup” program.
You will have to create a MEMEO sign on account if you have not done so already. If you are using a network drive, you will also have to create a network drive sign on account if your network drive requires one.
The network drive has to be seen by the computer before you can continue with the setup procedure. If the drive is on and physically connected to the network and is not seen by the computer, there can be one or both of the following things wrong causing this problem.
Cause 1 –
You do not have network discovery turned on. Confirm you have it turned on.
Cause 2 –
The drive may not be setup for the correct network. Example: 192.168.0.### instead of 192.168.1.### as the rest of your network is. The drive can be manually or automatically assigned an IP address. In either case, it should be reserved the assigned address in the router to assure no duplicate drive assignment can be made to another device.
Cause 3 –
Windows 10 by default disables some or all of the SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing support features because of security flaws that apparently they do not want to fix. Follow the procedure below to re-enable these features. Note that by enabling these features you will expose yourself to those security flaws. If you are using a Seagate “GOFLEX HOME” drive, there will still be some security when this feature is re-enabled because you will have to enter the Seagate sign on username and password to access the drive every time you turn on the computer. The sign on remains active until the computer is turned off.
1. Press “WIN” + “R” keys.
2. Type in “optionalfeatures.exe” without the quotes in the popup RUN window and the click OK button.
3. When the “Windows Features” screen pops up, make sure the “SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support” box is checked.
4. Expand the “SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing support” box and confirmed all three sub items are checked.
5. Click the “OK” button and wait for Windows to reload the features. You will be prompted to restart the computer when is finished loading the software.
To Setup the network drive(s):
1. Confirm your network drive is displayed in “Networks Locations” in the “Computer” display screen by clicking on the “Computer” desktop icon.
2. If it is displayed, continue to step 3. If it is not, go back to “Note 3” above and continue to troubleshoot why it is not.
3. Click on “Map Network Drive” at the top of the computer screen. You may have to back all the way out to the “Desktop” screen and then come back to the “Computer” to enable the “Map Network Drive” function.
4. Assign a letter to the drive designation to your network drive you will be using as a backup destination.
Note that if you are using a “GoFlex Home Backup” drive that has the “Backup”, “Personal” and “Public” folders already assigned to the drive, you should always assign a lower letter drive designation to the “Backup” folder first. The Memeo software always defaults to the “Backup” folder first when it starts up. The “GoFlex Home Personal” folder should be the second drive designation assigned and the “GoFlex Home Public” folder should be the last drive designation assigned. They should also be assigned drive designations in alphabetical order.
a. Select drive letter designation to Map.
b. Click on the “Browse” button.
c. Click on and Expand the network you are going to use as a backup. If a “Windows Security” screen pops up, enter your user name and password for the net drive sign on. Do not check “Remember My Credentials” if you want to continually force future sign on for security reasons.
d. Create or select a drive folder that you want to save your backup to. If you just created the folder, make sure you click on the folder before proceeding to the next step.
e. Click the “OK” button. The folder should now be displayed as a drive on the “Computer” screen in the “Network Locations” section.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to setup assigning the appropriate drive letters to more if needed.
6. You should be good to go. If you are using a network drive for the backup, make sure you are signed on to the drive before running the MEMEO Instant Backup program.
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