erroneously made new partition F

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by a.ruiter, Jul 12, 2005.

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  1. a.ruiter

    a.ruiter Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I odereed to copy the entire C: partition to the already existing partition D:.
    Now there is a tib file in partition D: and a newly created partition F: containing the real backup.

    Therefore I should like to copy the backup in F: to D: as originally planned and do away with the unwanted partition F:

    Or do way with the tib file, the F: partition inclusive of its contents en start
    anew.

    Thanks in advance.
    A.Ruiter
     
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    Acronis Support Acronis Support Staff

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    Hello Mr. Ruiter,

    Thank you for choosing Acronis Disk Backup software.

    As I understood, you are using Acronis True Image product. So I moved your thread to the appropriate forum.

    So you have created a backup of your C:\ partition to the .tib file on your D:\ partition. But what is the F:\ partition? Could you please explain more detailed how you created this partition?

    Thank you.

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    Andrew Berezovsky
     
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    WSFuser Registered Member

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  4. DMorgan002

    DMorgan002 Registered Member

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    The only way I can think of that True Image could create a partition that is viewable is if you click on the tib file to browse it. It will then create a drive letter with your backup files available to you there.

    To determine if this is the case to into True Image and try to unmount the image file. I am at work right now so cannot check for sure but I believe it's one of the main icons in the top section of the window.

    Dan
     
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