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Image repair displays wrong partition drive letter

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#1 Iced42


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Posted 07 January 2015 - 02:19 PM

My OS is Windows 8.1.


I partitioned my hard drive and labeled the new partition (H), the (D), is the recovery partition. I then created an image of the ©, onto partition (H), so if need be I don’t have to go through that wonderful reload of windows and update process.

I went to check out the partition and sure as poop there’s a problem! It is saying that the Image location is on (D), but date and time I created the image is correct. I also tried to select a system image, but the only one is the (D).  


Hope this enough info tried to attach a screen shot, but it was to large.

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