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Possible reasons are:

  1. You do not have the WRITE permission in that folder (subfolder under the Settings Save Path/Settings Location). We suggest you to check the Security settings of that folder.
  2. The table is corrupted. For MySQL tables, you can try to repair your table in the database. Right-click/Control-click the table, choose Maintain > Repair Table/Repair Tables. If error message appears after repairing the table, this means that your table is corrupted and thus affects the backup process.

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