|06 May 2009||#1|
Imaging in Windows 7
Yesterday I installed Win 7(64-bit on drive C (my computer has 2 drives - C & D)) and immediately started to check out some of its features. One in particular feature interested me - Imaging. I had no problem imaging my drive C. Forward one day. I wished to image my drive C again and clicked the Backup application ... the resulting imaging option was to image my drives C & D. I wanted to image my drive C only but could find no way of just imaging that single drive. What did I do wrong? Why one drive one day and now I have to beckup both my drives? Forgive the tone of this post; just blame it on old age for I have to be forgetting something.
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