Windows 10: System Protection Shows "Image" As An Avaiiable Drive

Discus and support System Protection Shows "Image" As An Avaiiable Drive in Windows 10 Backup and Restore to solve the problem; My System Properties: PC History: Model-Dell Inspiron 5558 Windows-20H2 This laptop was running very slow so I used Dell's recovery partition to... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Backup and Restore' started by JimD, Aug 12, 2021.

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    System Protection Shows "Image" As An Avaiiable Drive


    My System Properties: PC History: Model-Dell Inspiron 5558 Windows-20H2 This laptop was running very slow so I used Dell's recovery partition to reinstall windows. Then I cloned the HD to SSD to improve speed. I discovered that Restore Points were not being created and then went to System Properties. Originally available drives contained three entries (CSystem Protection Shows "Image" As An Avaiiable Drive :)(Missing)-Enabled, OS(CSystem Protection Shows "Image" As An Avaiiable Drive :)(System)-Disabled, and Image-Enabled. I have changed setting to what is showing in the attachment but don't understand the 'Image' drive. I can't delete it and wonder if it is a link to the recovery partition. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks

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  2. Windows 10 Professional System Properties Protection Settings Screen: Protection be turned "ON" to create a recovery point for "Image" Drive?

    Windows 10 Professional System Properties Protection Settings Screen: I have two available drives listed under Protection Settings. OS (C) (System) and Image. What is the "Image" Drive and should have have Protection turned "ON" to create a recovery
    point? Thanks!
     
    DennisDellinger, Aug 12, 2021
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  3. System Protection Recovery

    Windows 10

    1. Step 1: Right-click the lower-left corner and open System in the Quick Access Menu.
    2. Step 2: Choose System protection on the left.
    3. Step 3: Select a hard disk and tap Configure to move on.
    4. Step 4: Choose Turn on system protection and hit OK.
    5. Step 3: Select Disable system protection and hit OK.
     
    HelpingHands1, Aug 12, 2021
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  4. System Protection Shows "Image" As An Avaiiable Drive

    System Image Problem

    Bill,

    Could you elaborate on the Nick's Data? I've already done a Sys Img to G: drive.
    What is a Belarc Advisor audit?


    Rebooting now to see if drives stay the same.


    --
    Nick
     
    caddman6425, Aug 12, 2021
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