Details about how to recover Windows® Backup Recovery service
What is Windows Backup Recovery? What is the process for recovering this service?
Back-up can be organized to work in the background and create a back-up copy of data as a Windows service. This option permits you to carry out tasks associated with back-up only once, and always have them initiated in time, though nobody is logged on. In case you switch the application to service mode, its icon vanishes from system tray, however the respective process does not disappear from Windows Task Manager. It commences automatically on operating system startup, and thus makes back-up tasks unseen and independent of users. This allows you to execute back-up associated with many users simultaneously. The priority of back-ups is reduced, so it will not interfere with other applications.
Here are the ways to restore the missing Windows Backup Recovery service:
- Restart home server
- Reconnect any disconnected hard disks
- Repair improper hard disks
Restart home server
The process of restarting the home server will help to restore missing Windows Backup Recovery service. For restarting Windows Backup Recovery service, you need to follow some steps. First, you need to get into Windows Home Server Console from any home system. Then click on the settings followed by clicking 'Shut Down'. Try restarting the home server. You must check whether the problem is resolved.
Reconnect any disconnected hard disks
Reconnecting any disconnected hard disks to your home server is another method to solve the issue to restore Windows Backup Recovery service. For that, you are advised to reconnect external hard disks, like a USB hard disk, to your home system. Prior to reconnection of internal hard disks, read the system manufacturer’s instructions carefully. Those instructions will help you to decide whether you need to shut down or to unplug the system before you reconnect an internal hard disk.
You must strictly repair hard disks which are detected as faulty. For that, you must know to check whether the hard disk of the home server is functioning properly. This can be done easily. You need to click on the 'Server Storage' tab in Windows Home Server Console associated with your home computer. By doing this, you can see the status of all the hard disks. In case you detect any unhealthy ones, you can easily repair them.
iYogi is the fastest growing online and remote tech support provider in the direct-to-consumers and small businesses sector. Our highly skilled and experienced tech experts available, 24x7x365 will provide the best issue resolution and customer satisfaction. Our award winning and low priced Annual Subscription covers the following services:
- Comprehensive support for the ways to recover Windows Backup Recovery service
- Diagnostic & repair for your technologies.
- Troubleshoot software errors.
- Update drivers and security to protect against online threats.
- Connect to Internet, devices and peripherals.
- Optimize your computer’s speed and performance.
Unlimited access to great tech support, all year around! We promise the lowest wait-time and highest resolution rate in the industry.