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  Linkslade 21:15 PM 29 Dec 12
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Hi,

Whilst backing up my c drive using Easeus todo I inadvertently sent it to my existing C drive instead of my external drive which has now obviously increased it's volume.

Is there any way that I can remove this back up from the C drive?

Any advice appreciated.

  SillBill 22:56 PM 29 Dec 12

Can't you just open the C Drive and right click the backup then delete?

  Linkslade 08:45 AM 30 Dec 12

Hi SillBill,

Didn't notice it tucked away amongst the files. Had visions of a drive wipe and reinstall.

Many thanks.....you're a star.

  iscanut2 10:37 AM 30 Dec 12

OR..if it is in one large file, drag and drop ( move option ) and leave it for a few hours !!!

  Linkslade 15:16 PM 30 Dec 12
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Hi iscanut,

Thanks for your reply, have deleted it as per SillBill.

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