Re: Vista says it's time to run a full backup -- but doesn't tell
> > I've been using File Backup daily for half a year on Vista 64-bit
> > [..] Now (finally) Vista prompts me to do a new
> > full backup with this message in the system tray:
> > "It's time to run a full backup. Click to start a new full backup."
> If there is no option there, then you can just create a Complete PC
> Backup normally instead. This will show you how if needed.
Nope, the Complete PC Backup is completely different from the File Backup,
so creating a new Complete PC Backup is *not* the same thing as doing a new
full File Backup, and it does *not* cause a new file set to be created on
your file backup storage.
Seems like the only way to get a new file set / full backup is do what Gary
Mount suggested above, i.e go to Change Settings, go through the file backup
wizard, and in the end check the "create full" checkbox..