Posted on 2014-01-09
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Experts up there.
I have a vm and trying to setup the backup, When i went into slection list I see unmountedvol:feqssfff.**.
What this unmountedvol:/ does and where that come from?
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by:Davis McCarn
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In disk management, right-click on it and choose change drive letter and paths to assign it a drive letter.  If you get an error, post back with it.

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thanks, I know how to change the drive letter,
What is unmountedvol:feqssfff.**. sitting on that drive?
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Davis McCarn earned 2000 total points
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We won't know until you mount it and look.  Changing the drive letter is how you mount it.

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