|31 Jan 2013||#1|
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Folder not included in Windows 7 back-up
I have Windows 7 64 bit where C-drive is SSD and F-drive is the original hard drive. All the Libraries are on the F-drive but I do hold the Adobe Lightroom folder in c/users/owner along with WLM contacts,favorites and a few other things.
The Windows back-up i use is "files in libraries and personal folders for all users and system image"
I have just recently moved the Lightroom catalog from My Pictures (on the hard drive) to the c-drive as above in order to speed things up. But, on my first back-up after doing this, I noticed that the Lightroom folder was not included in the back-up even though all the other folders on c/users/owner were included,
Is there any reason why the Windows back-up might decide to ignore that particular folder
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|31 Jan 2013||#3|
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Thanks for the reply but I don't know what you mean. What set up procedure are you referring to - the one where I tell the back-up program what kind of back-up I want (I use the recommended one, as i have always done) or are you suggesting that I should delete my Lightroom folder then re-add it?
As I mentioned in the earlier post, all the other folders in c/users/owner were happily saved to the back-up. These included Appdata, Contacts and Favorites among others. There were no problems with the F-drive
If it's of any help, I look at the back-up folders using:
control panel/backup & restore/restore my files/Browse for files (or folders)
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