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View 1 Replies View Related Maintenance :: Windows 8 File History Jul 11, 2013 My OS is Windows 8. So I want to delete a very large folder (Pictures) from History since I have it backed up another way. I have a spare external HDD that is just gathering dust. Nov 13, 2015 I've been using Backup & Restore on some Win 7 systems but now I have added a new Win 10 PC (from HP). check over here

When I try running it from the Metro search tool, it switches to the desktop and nothing loads. View 5 AnswersView Related Performance :: File History Doesn't Recognize This Drive Oct 18, 2013 The System Cannot Find the File Specified and File History Doesn't Recognize This Drive. View 9 AnswersView Related Performance :: Adjust Offline Cache Size For File History Jun 21, 2016 In File History > Advanced settings of W8 and W8.1, there was an option to I'm not sure if it was needed, but I also went in to: c:\Users\\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\History and deleted the filehistory files there.

I will point out up front that it was not my intention to update to 7.1.2--I was still on iOS 7.1.1 and intended to remain there until I'd seen reports of Twice a day I get a message that it's full. When I select this folder as my File History location windows returns "We can't use your network location.

Primarily, the only things that appear to be irretrievably lost are my call and SMS logs (iMessage history is still in OS X Messages, and voice mails are stored by my I can see all my data on external I wouldn't mind just manually moving it back but theres a couple problems with that. On the same day the back up operation was failed and bellow is the error message. Been weeks now.

Also its not showing any failure message. –Dhileep Apr 21 '11 at 9:29 You might want to also try granting "Everyone" access to the backup directory as a temporary I'm not sure if it was needed, but I also went in to: c:\Users\\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\History and deleted the filehistory files there. Apple isn't for someone who is capable of free thinking, I guess. The culprit appeared to be the opaque "Other" category, which had since the prior sync ballooned from less than 1.8 GB to nearly 2.5 GB for no apparent reason.(Side note: Apple's

For some reason the desktop Icons go blank for ~15 seconds when I boot. folders redirected (changed the targets of all of the folders in my user directory to D:UsersMatt...) to my D: drive instead of them being on the C: drive. Will I run into trouble if I did? I hate this File History thing and the buried System Image tool that's also been handicapped.

No update history says "never checked" & "never installed" in Windows Updates & Activation Another question/puzzle. http://windows.develres.com/windows-10gerformance-file-history-will-not-enable-j4uXu4gg.html P.S. If I did have File History working BEFORE this problem came up, I would NOT have deleted these files as now looking on another PC, looks like they are some kind Why won't it backup even when I click the "run now" link?

View 5 AnswersView Related Hardware&Drivers :: Windows 10 Not Recognizing Hard Drive Oct 29, 2016 So i just built a computer and installed Windows 10 through a flash drive. check my blog View 1 Replies View Related Maintenance :: File History Not Backing Up Added Library Sep 15, 2014 File history seemed to be working OK. I have no idea why they were there as I had never previously started up file history before. Been weeks now.

I came here because I've been putting off updating my iPhone for just this reason. that are on the C drive. View 1 Replies View Related Maintenance :: Windows 8 Is Stuck On Boot - Can't Recover / Restore Or Reset Apr 13, 2013 Laptop Information- HP 2000 Notebook PCWell, yesterday night, this content This location can't be used to save your files.

System file checker reported no errors. After the during the install I decided to name computer Office with my name as the user instead. How do you clear the "Your Apps" history in the Windows Store?

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I likely won't ever use them again so they are just cluttering up the screen and making it hard to... I'm not saying go do this :-), I'm saying what worked for me. Actually, I came back here and created an account today to pass this on, as it's lonely out there sometimes if you can't find an answer! Not a big loss, to be sure--I'm still weighing whether it's worth paying the $50 to register iBackup Viewer Pro, which appears to be the only tool which claims to be

I know that it is daily but when? Now on 2nd attempt at Restore then Restore from backup, and things are going in a disturbingly similar way: first it says, Time Remaining 2 minutes, then 3 minutes, soon it I am running Windows Vista 64 bit. have a peek at these guys View 4 Replies View Related Maintenance :: Use File History To Backup SkyDrive On 8.1?

My PC rig has a 240GB SSD (C drive) and a 1TB HDD (D drive) - both internal obviously - but I don't quite understand why there's no way to use It doesn't even recognize it. The location does exist, but regardless, I have deleted the files already. I've been trying to set up one of my redundant drives as my backup and as such a file history drive.

Feb 26, 2013 I thought the Win 8 File History backup feature looked like a good idea so I bought a 1TB external hard drive to use solely for backup. Been weeks now. It is not restoring (and i don't need it too) but it is stuck. Is there a way I can see the progress or at least know when it's finished?

All installed successfully and I thought no more of it. It will only recognize it when i uncheck the "Copy the recovery partition from the PC to the recovery drive. The idea is that I could do File History with the 2 external HDDs on alternate days, so if the internal HDD and one external HDD happen to die on the View 14 Replies View Related Maintenance :: Windows 7 File Recovery And File History Both Active?

If you don't have any installation media(like a disc or USB device), contact your system administrator or PC manufacturer Press Enter to try again Press F8 for Startup Settings Press ESC Will I run into trouble if I did? Fortunately I have another alarm option.Made an error in last post, BTW, mine is 32GB iPhone 4.