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Old 05-04-2014, 07:38 PM
corby corby is offline
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I didn't get an email notification to your response either. So, sorry I took a long time to check back.

Well, my two drives are named "backup 1" and "backup 2". Last week, I backed up to "backup 2", and promptly took it offsite.

This week, with no external drives connected, I launched SD and watched the beach ball spin for 20 to 30 seconds, before the dialog popped up...I have attached a screen shot.

It's repeatable too. I closed SD and re-opened it several times. It seems it really wants the previous drive until told otherwise. Once a new drive is selected it will remember that one, until it's not longer available.
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