> ...something file C:\Program Files\internet explorer\xxx.dat is
> bigger than 64k... oper_save.c###. xxx.dat is 65k... and more
> and more like that...

This does not look like a reparse point error.

> but BACKUP program can't save all files in NTFS partitions.

To backup a Windows system partition you should use a program which
takes an image of it, rather than extract its files. By extracting
system files you lose several of their attributes (compression, hard
links, short file names, integrity markers, etc.), with some attributes
not translatable to Linux.

> There are have many programs which no need a ntfs-3g that
> can save my NTFS partition!!!

I agree, and using ntfs-3g is not the right way to save a system

> No need to send you all my errors.log

Some details would however be useful for doing something about the
errors. At least, please post the metadata of a file which could not be
read :

sudo ntfsinfo -fv -F "/Program Files/internet explorer/xxx.dat"

Replace "xxx.dat" by the name of a file which could not be read, and
"sdxx" by the name of the Windows partition.

You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu
Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu.

  ntfs: unsupported reparse point

To manage notifications about this bug go to:

ubuntu-bugs mailing list

Reply via email to