System Restore Monitoring Second Hard Drive?
Quote 3rd Jan 200700:41 #22 redwudz View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Mod Neophyte Super Moderator Join DateSep 2002 LocationUSA That works too. Each drive attached to the system AFTER the system drive does not have a restore point, just a system volume infomation storage point. Retrieved 2007-03-21. ^ "Calling SRSetRestorePoint". To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. http://wikisky.net/system-restore/system-restore-and-mark-restore-point-using-win-vista.html
It automatically disables itself if the disk free space is too low for it to operate. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. So when I do out of box state type recovery the S drive (S for Storage lol) it will not effect that? Should I just get say a 80GB hd to reinstall the OS on and then erase the 250 clean and use that as another external? http://discussions.virtualdr.com/showthread.php?239529-Should-System-Restore-Monitor-Second-Hard-Drive
It may be because you still have the OS on the old drive. I have a 250GB hard drive and want to partition(for free if possible) it into a 50GB with OS, and a 200GB for storage. Quote 25th Dec 200622:51 #7 Denvers Dawgs View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message [url=http]text[/url] Join DateFeb 2003 LocationRight Behind You. . . Archived from the original on 10 May 2007.
Why care? By default: Windows XP creates a restore point every 24 hours Windows Vista creates a restore point if none is created within the last 24 hours Windows 7 creates a restore What We Do In Life, Echoes In Eternity.... Will i lose any of the data that is already on the hd when I go to create a 3rd partition?
Check version after install by Run command/winver. This usually happens when I have the hard drive plugged in when I either turn off or turn on my computer. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - RE: System restore by Kees Bakker / September 21, 2008 5:57 AM PDT In reply to: ok... by Daviddude / September 21, 2008 1:31 AM PDT In reply to: Why care?
This allows you to restore the computer to a previous state, by choosing a restore point on a date or time prior to when you made the change. see this The computer would treat each as a different drive. When a created restore point is listed in the Select a restore point screen, it includes the name you gave it and is prefaced with the day, date and time it If you downloaded after 8/2, you already have the latest major update-10 Anniv.
Not sure if your programs installed on HDD have registry entries on SDD though. his comment is here From there, you can do a repair or upgrade keeping files and programs or clean install and reinstall your programs from S. I've also installed a couple programs on there. In addition, dual-booting different versions of Windows can disrupt the operation of System Restore.
Microsoft. To do this, turn off System Restore before you encrypt your files or folders, and then turn System Restore on again after the files or folders are encrypted. Software and Apps System Restore not making restore point before updates.So why did Microsoft change this? http://wikisky.net/system-restore/help-does-system-restore-remove-an-installed-operating-system.html I downloaded the Windows 10 iso maybe two weeks ago with microsofts help.
Are you saying that the item "Turn off System Restore on this drive" immediately becomes unticked again?Google is NOT the only Search Engine! I have checked the System Restore monitoring before and after the briefcase update & haven't come to the conclusion that briefcase update triggers it. But that should cause no problems in your case.
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Since its method of backup is fairly simplistic, it may end up archiving malware such as viruses, for example in a restore point created before using antivirus software to clean an Reply With Quote June 18th, 2009,06:08 AM #2 Steve R Jones View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Administrator Join Date Sep 1999 Location Dallas, Tx. Quote 27th Dec 200614:25 #10 redwudz View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Mod Neophyte Super Moderator Join DateSep 2002 LocationUSA Yes, that's my understanding. Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: HP OS: Windows 10 CPU: Intel Core i7-4790 3.60GHz Memory: 12GB Graphics Card: Nvidia Geforce GTX 745 Screen Resolution: 1920x1080 Hard Drives: 250 SSD 1TB
To open Add or Remove Programs, click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Add or Remove Programs.†•System Restore does not monitor or restore contents of redirected folders or any settings My question is if I do a system restore can I do it without wiping out the secondary drive? It's in the second bullit.So I think you're simply wrong. http://wikisky.net/system-restore/system-restore-enabling-system-protection.html Discussions cover Windows 2003 Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Stopping System Restore on External HD by
Microsoft. I can't cut and paste from it, because I get the Dutch version which you presumably can't read, but it explicitely says there can be restore points on non-system drives. If I disconnect the white from the black will it stop the white one from working. Exe won't run See More ↓ #4 Derek May 30, 2010 at 15:28:57 My USB drive holds off System Restore OK on XP Home.
Can I ask what your concern is with the current install ? Microsoft. Performance & Maintenance Secondary Drives is locked, assessed denied. System Restore automatically creates these restore points:•every 24 hours of calendar time or•every 24 hours your computer is turned on If your computer is turned off for more than 24 hours,
The downside of partitioning is that you are still using the same controller for all partitions. Originally Posted by INFRATOM advantage of having OS partition is viruses hit the OS partition so if data is not there doesn't get harmed when partition table is damaged. Windows†XP Professional automatic update restore points†If you use Windows†XP Professional automatic updates to receive downloaded updates, System Restore creates a restore point before installing the updating software. Here's one freeware partitioning program, but I've never used it: http://www.ranish.com/part/ Quote 25th Dec 200619:51 #4 INFRATOM View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateMar 2005 LocationUSA Right
If something should happen to the external hard drive (say it quits working) and I need to do a system restore it would not work because the external hard drive is SHOW ME NOW CNET ¬© CBS Interactive Inc. ¬†/¬† All Rights Reserved. Software ▼ Security and Virus Office Software PC Gaming See More... This is what mine looks like.
I think HP comes with a 1-time run CD backup of the recovery partition. I do have a question though? What We Do In Life, Echoes In Eternity.... File are stored using NTFS compression and a Disk Cleanup handler allows deleting all but the most recent Restore Point to free up disk space.