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Old 11-27-2012, 04:53 AM
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SD seemed to hang on "creating ASR image"

I have just created a new smart update script to cover backing up my internal drive to an existing external FW drive mirror. I used a modified "BackupAll" Smart Update script excluding two additional folders, which is the same kind of script I had been using for this process.

At the end of its process, the script seemed to hang on "creating ASR image" of the home drive. I don't recall seeing that before.

After finding nothing on it here except "that shouldn't be happening," I stopped the script.

Should I have let it complete?

What should I do now - either to let SD finish something important it was doing or to ensure I don't see that message in future? Thanks!
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