I got rid of System Volume Information on the Windows Vista Enterprise root.
The System Properties/System Protection window cannot find any System
nor does it allow me to create any.
I have 8 partitions total with Windows XP Home, Windows Vista SP2, Windows
Server 2008, and Windows 7 RC installed
on 4 of the partitions.
The other systems all perform Microsoft Update properly and seem to work.
Must I delete all the System Volume Information folders on the root
partitions of the other systems while running Vista?
Are the ones that I see specific to Vista, or in deleting them, will I
disable their functionality?
"Rick Rogers" <rick@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Disable System Restore and reboot. If any System Volume Information
> folders remain on the root of any monitored volume, delete them. Then turn
> System Restore back on.
> Best of Luck,
> Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP