I believe that "Bad backup set header found" errors are usually the result of bad data 
on the source storage set.  This could also be an interface problem (poorly terminated 
SCI chain, etc.)

Have you tried retrieving the data from the CD-RW set to regular files?
Tried copying data with the source CD in a different drive?

/Philip



>Ok, so I tried  a Copy -> Transfer from test1 (a backup set
>consisting of a CD-RW) to test2 (a Macintosh file) selecting 'All
>Files', options set to 'Normal'. It was a 10 002 files, 944MB,
>transfer. It resulted in a 563MB file. However, for some reason the
>transfer seem to have stopped when it was about 120MB left to copy,
>with a lot of errors:
>
>
>-------------------
>
>+      Executing Backup Set Transfer at 2001-01-21 15.44
>       To backup set test2
>
>-      2001-01-21 15.45.00: Transferring from test1
>
>!      2001-01-21 15.44.47: System clock appears to have changed,
>expected 2001-01-21 15.45.09
>                       Dates, times and statistics may be inaccurate.
>               Bad backup set header found (0x511c280b at 37,033).
>               Bad backup set header found (0x807382eb at 57,774).
>               Bad backup set header found (0x05f0024a at 96,581).
>               Bad backup set header found (0xa0f67880 at 96,581).
>               Bad backup set header found (0x01430021 at 96,621).
>               Bad backup set header found (0x0351800c at 96,624).
>               Bad backup set header found (0xb14de187 at 96,635).
>               Bad backup set header found (0x6c3f58fb at 96,696).
>               Bad backup set header found (0x2028506f at 96,701).
>
>
>-------------------
>

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Barrett Companies
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