|16 Sep 2010||#11|
There are no system folders on D. Sorry mjf, I don't understand the last question. There is no 'my documents' folder on D.
I did, however, install a copy of VMWare on the D, which was then deleted manually since the uninstaller didn't work. I'm guessing windows thinks that there is a program still installed on D and included it in the backup. If this is the case, what can I do about it?
What I meant was when you
* Go to your "My documents"..say > right click, select properties > select location tab > locate it on another partition.
Imaging preferences is an endless debate. Your favourite is always the best until it lets you down. I hedge bets with two:
(1) Windows imaging (hasn't let me down yet)
(2) Macrium Reflect (easy to use, strong following). A simple double click mounts the image for browsing if required.
I tried Paragon as well but you have to draw the line somewhere.
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