The Mirra Personal Server does not back up certain types of files, such as Temporary, Hidden, or System files. Pictures downloaded from a digital camera are sometimes tagged as Temporary files. For example, some Canon digital camera software sets the photo file attribute to Temporary. Canon offers a utility to change the attribute back to Normal. In order to use Mirra to back up your files, please visit the Canon web site for details on how to correct this with the Temporary Attribute Correction Utility (EN).
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