Dec 19, 2011
i have a dell laptop with Windows 7 Ultimate installed on my C:/ which is 160Gigs. I also have a 2T ext Hard drive Partitioned into, 3 Partitions,F,(500G)G(500G),H(1T),Back in 10/23/11 i had made a backup of my C:/ to my F:/ with a system image. i attempted to make a End of year backup and system image to the F:/, and the backup said i could not back up to the F:/ or G:/ ( both drives has Data on them but they also have enough free space for the backups),so i decided to use the H:/ to do the backup, the backup is including the F;/ in the backup which i do not want backed up,( because it already has a system image and a backup there already) so i manually told the backup to do the C:/ and it still wants to include the F:/ in the backup, I even reset the Windows backup to the default and tried to do a first time ( let me choose what to back up) and still it wants to include the F:/ in the backup and system image,all i would like to do is a simple backup of my C;/, why does Windows insist on including the F:/ in the backup when i explicitly tell it not to, and how would i go about doing a backup of JUST my C;/ ?,Would i have to remove the initial backup an system image from the F:/?
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