I have an older program that I am running in XP mode, and it runs just fine except for one item. It includes a backup feature, and it lets you choose the location of the backup. If I choose a folder on a Windows 7 drive, it recognizes that there is already a file there with the name of the backup file, and asks if I want to overwrite it. When I click YES, it starts, but then I get an error message that reads, "Could not create output file (//tsclient/Y/FolderName/FileName).
If I open Windows Explorer within XP mode, I can right click the backup file, choose COPY, and then choose the Y drive in Windows 7, and choose PASTE, and it pastes it with no problem. But I'd like to be able to save it directly there, if that is possible. Do you think this is a limitation of the older program I am using, or is there some setting I need to make to be able to copy or save to a folder on one of my Windows 7 drives?