Windows XP Backup Wizard

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I am trying to backup all information on my computer using the Backup Wizard in Windows XP. The information is being written to an external hard drive. Unfortunately the wizard states I have to insert a floppy disc once the backup is complete, so that it can write a recovery disc, without which the backup information is useless. But I don't have a floppy disc drive on my computer and there seems to be no option to change the destination to my D drive CD writer instead. How can I do this? Cheers
ASKED: April 21, 2009  9:52 AM
UPDATED: July 8, 2009  7:35 AM

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I suggest you choosing a different way such as Acronis, Ghost etc.

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  • Technochic
    One would think Microsoft would have updated this tool by now!
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  • Lusy
    Have you tried the option of "File and settings transfer wizard" > Start > All Programe > Accessories > System Tools > Files and settings transfer wizard For more information you can visit here: www.iyogi.net
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