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When I try to backup to the D:/ drive, my computer says that it does not exist

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    When I try to back-up my hard drive, it asks me to put a disk into drive F. I don't have drive F. I only have drive D for CD's.

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Gotta love that D drive..

go to my computer, and see if it's listed on that panel

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