Start>Right-click `Computer`.Select `Manage`.When the new window
appears,select `Disk Management` under the `Storage` section from the left
pane and wait for a few moments as the information you need is displayed in
a tabular form.
"CdLsRN" <Ginnyrn@xxxxxx> wrote in message
Very cute, Colin. I meant it was not a "Business/Ultimate/Enterprise"
edition. ...but thank you for that.
Can you tell me how I can tell which drives are which , on my machine. My
external drive was 'S' and I had a 8 GB partition for Temp folders. 'D' has
changed to what I expect is this WD external drive.
"Colin Barnhorst" <c.barnhorst@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Both regular and irregular versions of Ultimate have CompletePC Backup and
> work fine with Acronis as well.
> "CdLsRN" <Ginnyrn@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>>I have the regular Ultimate edition.
>> "Hiren" <hirenme@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> If you have the Business/Ultimate/Enterprise edition of Vista,you can
>>> the `Complete PC Backup and Restore` feature available in these editions
>>> going to the `Backup and Restore Center` in Start>All
>>> "CdLsRN" <Ginnyrn@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> I down loaded the Acronis 11 backup software for my Western Digital 1TB
>>> external hard drive. I have an internal drive with Windows. 750GB. And a
>>> internal drive with several partitions in it. I did a custom install.
>>> someone who is familiar with backups please walk me through making a
>>> disc, and explain how to back up to me. Thank you. Ginny