08-28-2010 04:11 AM
I have an X61 running XP, and it has been routinely doing automatic backups for me since I've had it (2 + years). The hard drive is now nearly fully, and half of this is hidden - and I assume it to be these backup files. I can't see them, despite showing hidden files, and would really like to remove them, as I do do backups to an external drive.
How can I remove them?
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08-28-2010 07:04 PM
09-03-2010 05:45 PM
I have the same problem with the same notebook configuration. I have successfully redirected RRbackup to save to an external drive, but still have 30GB of old backup on my C: drive. You say "start r&r": how do I do that? I have looked everywhere after pressing the ThinkVantage button, but it seems to offer no place do do what you suggest.
09-04-2010 12:42 AM
09-04-2010 06:15 PM
Thank you, but there is no Rescue and Recovry option when I click on the ThinkVantage Productivity Center button to the right of All Programs after clicking on the Start button. Instead, I get ThinkVantage Productivity Center Quick Links, which lists: Welcome, Back Up Now, Get Web Support, Update My System, Access On-System Help, Show System Information, Configure Maintenance Tasks, Resource Center: Maintenance, Wireless, Device Configuration, Security Protection & Recovery, Multi-Media Management, Communication & Networking, Help & Support, and Message Center.
I have combed through all of those options, and none have Rescue and Recovery Options, other than to run a backup. That last one has no advanced options.
In other words, I cannot get to the Advanced Options.
02-16-2012 11:35 PM
Different problem, split out to its own thread.