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Old 10-23-2007
kgkphd
 

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> Aside from the fact that I hate, loathe and otherwise despise Vista ---
> I activated this automatic backup thingy --- which I figured would be a
> good
> thing. However --- did you ever see the movie "The Blob?" Well this
> backup
> thingy is like the blob --- the more it eats the bigger it gets and it
> seems
> to be taking over all the drive space on my computer. I keep getting
> messages telling me I'm short on disk space. I know its the backup,
> because
> after it backed-up the first time, I saw a huge decrease in available disk
> space. HELP! How can I get rid of the blob and restore some space? ---
> without having to freeze it and airlift it to Antacrtica?


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Old 10-23-2007
majorattraction
 

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RE: Backup Monster
if it is d-drive it is a recovery partition you need to make sure you have
copied recovery to disc.it takes about 4-dvd-r cds for it all after that i
will advice you to clean drive. because it is a recovery partiton you need to
make sure you copyrecovery to disc very important.


"kgkphd" wrote:

> > Aside from the fact that I hate, loathe and otherwise despise Vista ---
> > I activated this automatic backup thingy --- which I figured would be a
> > good
> > thing. However --- did you ever see the movie "The Blob?" Well this
> > backup
> > thingy is like the blob --- the more it eats the bigger it gets and it
> > seems
> > to be taking over all the drive space on my computer. I keep getting
> > messages telling me I'm short on disk space. I know its the backup,
> > because
> > after it backed-up the first time, I saw a huge decrease in available disk
> > space. HELP! How can I get rid of the blob and restore some space? ---
> > without having to freeze it and airlift it to Antacrtica?

>

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