Re: Back & restore
Hawaii Recruiter;565353 Wrote:
> Same thing is happening to my Vista Home Premium O/S...cannot create a
> restore point and get an error message telling me there is not enough
> on my disk. There is a ton of room on the C drive and the D drive is
> of backup files. It is at (0x80070070) Any ideas what to do...Need to
> a new restore point so that I can install my new HP All in One printer
> will likely mess things up again...This Vista seems pretty wobbly to
> "Al" <Al@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:B43F1F52-ECD9-4ED0-8D3F-F6F8748673BF@xxxxxx> > >
> > > When I attempt to utilize the back up function in Vista, I receive an
> > > error
> > > message: 0x80041321. It will not let me continue. How can I rectify? > >
belsize B;700913 Wrote:
> Me too, "Not enough disk space" to create a point for the C drive but
> one for the other?????
> "John Hanley" wrote:
> > > >
> > > On my system, the D: drive is a partition of the main hard drive and
> > is
> > > reserved for system restore and I do not and should not be putting
> > backup
> > > files on that drive. I use a separate USB external hard drive as my
> > file
> > > backup destination.
> > >
> > > "Hawaii Recruiter" <steinberl001@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > > news:e$$ShBdUIHA.280@xxxxxx
> > >
> > > > >
When was the last time you ran a disk cleanup ?
Hawaii Recruit : " There is a ton of room on the C drive --".That means
how many GB left available? You need 15% of the TOTAL space just for
storing the restore points.
John Hanley : your partitioned D drive is for RECOVERY , not system
restore. You are right that external hard drive is best solution for
Whatever you guys do, DO NOT TOUCH the D drive.