Thank you for your explanation. I was able to see the XML file... I guess I was looking up for tabs & should have looked down. I did switch to drive letters as a default...I don't know if that will affect my current backup definition file, as I've always used D & E. In the XML file, I see the destinations, but they only show up as D & E.
Here's what I see:
- <!-- Fully qualified path to destination directory. Can include the Volume GUID path
- <!-- The 'drive' attribute is the drive letter initially associated with the GUID path and is used when displaying path errors
- <!-- Destination file name.
- <!-- A empty name indicates that the 16 character hex name of the
- <!-- backup set will be used. This is the recommended setting
- <!-- Applies to full file and folder backups and Images
- <!-- Disk Space Management
- <!-- free space to maintain on the target drive in gb
<bootable system_partiton="Disk 1, Partiton 3" boot_partition="Disk 1, Partiton 2">Y</bootable>
If I switch to "unique volume identifier", will that enable me to get rid of the volume that I don't want?
Will I have to wait until at least one more backup is run before I can delete it?
Sorry to be such a pain. I really want to get rid of alternate way of showing Drive D on my computer.
Windows 10 Pro
Windows XP- SP-3