Unfortunately your computer manufacturer did not hide the D: drive (aka
recovery partition) from view. The recovery partition is not meant for
storing backups--it's just too small. Ideally you will back up to either DVD
or another hard drive, possibly an external hard drive. Until you can find
another backup target, you can disable the automatic backups.
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"Eileen" <Eileen@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Hi -
> After backing up several times the default backup drive (Recovery Drive
> became full, so I deleted everything in D: except the Source and Windows
> folders. That freed up space on the drive, but now when the automatic
> tries to run, it fails every time (I think it says it can't find the right
> I have no recovery disk because Vista came installed on my Dell.
> What can I do?