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Old 09-19-2007, 09:26 PM
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Smile should external drives for backup be named same as source?

I have 2 new drives that are not named same as source...does it matter?
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Not until you start up from the drive. At that point, if your backup isn't named the same as the source, and the source is available, aliases can "resolve" (point to) the files on the source, rather than the startup drive.
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