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Old 04-09-2010, 11:50 AM
BarryC BarryC is offline
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Adding Drive Numbers - During SD Back-up ?

Hi All,

I've been using SD to create a weekly back-up to my external Iomega HDD for about a year and everything's been working fine ( Using the latest version of SuperDuper ) and tested that the SD Back-up Boots from the external Iomega drive OK etc etc.

For the last three weeks everytime SD runs it's scheduled Back-up I've noticed that SD now Smart Updates to the Iomega HDD but adds a number to the target disk during copy ?
ie The Back-up three weeks ago was SD Backup Internal HDD to Iomega HDD1
The Back-up two weeks ago was shown as SD Backup Internal HDD to Iomega HDD2
The Back-up one week ago was shown as SD Backup Internal HDD to Iomega HDD3

Every scheduled back-up now seems to add a number to the external Drive

This numbering now also appears in the SD log file ?

Can anyone throw any light on this ? Please

Thanks - BarryC
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