I want to either move or restart Windows Backup to a new drive. So I'd like to wipe the current Backup off the drive it is currently on.
I really don't care that much about saving older recovery points. Is there a way to just switch where the recovery is saved and once a new restore point has been created on the new drive I could just delete the old files on the other drive?
Ok searching did not bring up much info and I want to use the drive for other things so I deleted the files for Windows 7 Restore/Backup off the drive I had originally set it up to save it on.
So when I go to the Windows Backup and Restore dialog screen it says "manage space" > "browse" on the next screen but I am unable to select a different location?!?! What is up with that? When I click "manage space" it just starts a Windows Explorer window, with no way to select a different location. And it is still showing the old drive B: and I want to change it to G:
I don't want the Back Up on the old drive anymore, I want that space for other stuff. I want it now to be on another drive, the new drive I just bought. And I'd like to change the drive where it will be stored, the letter of this new drive G:, which it won't give me the option to do that. In the menu it says "manage space" but when you click on that the next option is "browse" but after that no way to change the drive.
I'll go ask my question in the hard drive forum. Thanks.