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Backup Exec 10D issues

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Getting this error V-79-57344-65033.

Everytime I delete a folder or uninstall a drive the next time that the backup runs I will get a "failed" status saying that Backup Exec could not locate the D: drive which I had deleted and or the BlaBlaBla directory which I had deleted as well.  I figured that it must still be in the selections of the backup job (which I have as Policies if that makes a difference) but when I go into the policies to deselect them they are gone.  This is the case in both the policies and the individual jobs that I drill down to.  

It is as thought Backup Exec is smart enough to know that I did delete the Drive or Folder so it actually deletes them from the selections of the job, but isn't smart to remember that the Drive of Folder doesn't exist when it runs the backup job?

These errors are not critical but truly anoying as I have 37 that run each night and they never go away as they increased as folders and Drives change.
V-79-57344-65033
 I have looked at this and other articles but wanted to run it through here.  I have Googled and will continue to do so.

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I just found the solution!  If I look at the GUI view of the selections for the job I do not see the drives or folders that I deleted on the server.  If I look at the TEXT view instead I see them!  Wierd.  I need to delete this selections from here.
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