I would like to create a system image, but I need D to show up as a location to create a system image to. Right now Windows prompts me to save to C, and D doesn't show up as an option. This is not desirable because C is where the Windows 7 Starter OS boots.
This is my current storage usage breakdown:
1 Drive c: () (Fixed) (Total:100 GB) (Free:78.99 GB) NTFS
2 Drive d: () (Fixed) (Total:122.87 GB) (Free:94.18 GB) NTFS
(I have no files saved on the computer, only the OS and apps.)
Is D not showing up as a save location maybe because of the size required for the backup? How much space is needed?
Also, is a system image the same as a backup or does a backup do more?
My main goal here is to do a system image backup to D (since can't afford external storage right now) to save the exact image of the machine at this point in time, including internet/extensions/settings.