Complete PC will make you back up both the system and boot volumes,
regardless if XP is on one of them. You couldn't restore the system to a
workable state without both of those volumes.
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"Ruud Bijvank" <RuudBijvank@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I've a system with 2 disks. Disk 0 contains WinXP; Disk 1 contains Vista.
> (BTW both call there own disk C and the other D, but that's not important
> When I want to make a system image backup of the Vista partition, both
> volumes are selected. I cannot deselected the XP partition. So when I
> both Vista and XP will be included in the backup.
> I presume this means, that if I want to restore this backup, the XP
> installation will be restored too ?
> Is there a way to prevent the non-vista volumes for being backupped ?