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Old 08-09-2007
P_MAYNARD
 

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disc d is full
I need to run a back up but I cannot seem to get it to follow through. Not
enough space on drive d. It is in the red. I have not run a back up bacause
it keeps crashing.
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Old 08-09-2007
Tim
 

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Re: disc d is full
P_MAYNARD wrote:
> I need to run a back up but I cannot seem to get it to follow through. Not
> enough space on drive d. It is in the red. I have not run a back up bacause
> it keeps crashing.

First make sure that your Drive D is not actually the PC vendor's
restore partition. If it is, do *not* use it to put data in...leave it
alone.

Tim
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Old 10-04-2007
clffourmo61
 

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Re: disc d is full
I have this same problem and am wondering if it is possible to use the c
drive as a restore partition. I am having problems with running out of
virtual memory because my d drive dosen't have enough memory. Help?

"Tim" wrote:

> P_MAYNARD wrote:
> > I need to run a back up but I cannot seem to get it to follow through. Not
> > enough space on drive d. It is in the red. I have not run a back up bacause
> > it keeps crashing.

> First make sure that your Drive D is not actually the PC vendor's
> restore partition. If it is, do *not* use it to put data in...leave it
> alone.
>
> Tim
>

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