Re: Vista Home Premium Backup Failure
"John Hanley" wrote:
> You should be able to go to Control Panel|Backup and Restore Center|Change
> settings|Change backup settings (as you will see there is an option to start
> a new, full backup). Start out with new clean discs.
> By the way, I gave up on discs some time back: too many discs, takes too
> long, too much hassle -- I bought an external USB hard drive for my backup
> destination and it works automatically and smoothly.
> "dream7184" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> >I have a bad backup set. When creating, I got an I/O error. How do I
> > a fresh, brand new backup? It only wants to do an Incremental backup to
> > my
> > already bad disks. I don't have even one good backup yet.
> > Any help much appreciated.
> Thanks John. I'd been through that process a few times, but always missed a check box to do a complete backup. You made me look closer and I found it. I was getting frustrated.