Re: New Hard drive name
"Saucy" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> "Neil Jones" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>I purchased a new hard drive and named it NEW-BACKUP. I did a exact
>> disk copy from my old BACKUP drive. My wife uses the old drive now. I
>> have renamed my new drive to BACKUP.
>> I am doing complete system backup's pretty frequently. To verify that
>> the backups are happening, I typed in the command "wbadmin get versions"
>> and got a list of the backups. The disk name showed up as "NEW-BACKUP".
>> "NEW-BACKUP" is the destination drive for the backup and renamed as
>> "BACKUP". Why is this happening?
>> Any information appreciated. Thank you in advance.
> Easy, just remove what is called the "label" from the harddrive.
> Start > right-click on "Computer" and select "Manage" > to the left click
> on "Disk Management" (it's under the "Storage" node) > in the bottom
> section, right-click on the drive in question and select "Properties" >
> hight-light then delete "NEW-BACKUP" in the text area > click "Apply" then
> any OKs.
Whoops, sorry, ignore my response, I thought you wanted to remove the label.