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    2 Drives Created by Macrium Reflect Free on my system

    Just finished creating my 1st System Images using Macrium Reflect Free

    Everything went well, but I do have Questions about the 2 Drives that Macrium Reflect Free created on my system - See the screenshot below.


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    QUESTIONS:

    I assume that is acceptable & those 2 drives are needed by Macrium to restore my System Images.

    Also, what is the significance of the red bar for the PBR Image (Drive X)
    Last edited by StevenXXXX; 2016-01-09 at 18:25.

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    Don't see a screenshot.

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    You are just too quick.

    I was adding it as you replied.

    It should be there now.

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    Is this a Dell computer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwoods View Post
    Is this a Dell computer?
    Yes, it is a Dell Precision Tower 5810 running Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

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    Dell assigns those drive letters when it detects the PBR and WINRECTOOLS labels.

    It has nothing to do with Macrium Reflect.

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    Hi The screen shot I see has nothing to do with a Macrium Reflect back up image. Where did you create the image.
    Here's what you should have seen!Capture48.JPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by holdum333 View Post
    Hi The screen shot I see has nothing to do with a Macrium Reflect back up image. Where did you create the image.
    Here's what you should have seen!Capture48.JPG
    What he sees is correct for Dell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwoods View Post
    Dell assigns those drive letters when it detects the PBR and WINRECTOOLS labels.

    It has nothing to do with Macrium Reflect.
    They were never there before.

    They only appeared after I did 2 System Images using Macrium Reflect Free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StevenXXXX View Post
    They were never there before.

    They only appeared after I did 2 System Images using Macrium Reflect Free.
    Other than Macrium Reflect created the labels that Dell recognizes.

    Thus, Dell assigns the drive letters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwoods View Post
    What he sees is correct for Dell.

    Do some research.
    I'm not liking your attitude! I'm trying to help just like your trying to help the OP said they weren't there before!
    Macrium doesn't assign drive letters to a Macrium image until it is mounted!
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    Is the bar red because that Drive is almost full?

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    These are back up images created and sent to my external USB. All the blue icons are Macrium images. There are about 10 of them. They won't be given a drive letter until they are mounted. Then after reboot the drives will no longer be assigned a drive letter until they are mounted again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by StevenXXXX View Post
    Is the bar red because that Drive is almost full?
    I think that is your back to factory partition and is not a problem. That's what it is on my PC!

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    Aren't both of those Drives already on the Disk 0?
    See the Screenshot of Disk Management below

    Disk Management.PNG

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