Quote: Originally Posted by Uber Philf
Thing is, i don't have any programs on D: at all, it's just media, movies , music etc.
I know on my D drive there's a folder called boot and a boot.dll, but im not game enough to copy them over just in-case all hell breaks loose.
I see, well there goes my theory. I has to be some sort of system mapping or something.
This is why people say they don't like Windows imaging I guess. I don't mind this because I have never had this happen where it wants to back up tons of music and movies. That's not cool. I know theres a way to get around it. If I learn anything I will let you know. I wish you the best.