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Ghost Drive letter question
I have an external hard drive, that I use Norton Ghost ver 14 to back up my internal hard drives. The internal hard drives are shown as drive "C:\" and HP_Recovery partition as drive "D:\". When I use "My Computer" to view the drives, it shows my external drive as "H:\". For some reason, in the Ghost program, it shows the backup destination as drive "G:\". "My Computer" does not even show a drive "G:\". In "Control Panel" the Disk Management only shows Disk 0 as drives "C:\" and "D:\", and Disk 1 as drive "H:\". Again no drive "G:\".
Does Ghost create and hide a drive letter? When I am in the Ghost program, the Back Up Destination shows a chart of drive "G:\" with so much backup data, other used space and free space. If I click on the "TOOLS" option and then click on "Manage Backup Destination", it shows drive "G:\" but there are no recovery points sets. If I change to drive "H:\", all my recovery points sets show up. If I leave that screen and go back to it, it defaults to drive "G:\" again.
Where did this drive "G:\" come from? Did I mess something up during the setup program? How can I get back to one drive showing up? If I have to, I don't mind erasing all data points and starting over.. If I can get the drive letters corrected.