A drive designated BACKUP OF C:(E)

Question

A drive designated BACKUP OF C:(E) has shown up with an icon making it look as if I have another hard drive. dates of most file/folder creation says were made in 1954. what is this, where did it come from, how do/can I get rid of it? system does not have a compression agent that I can find.

windows explorer shows directories and files yet winfile shows the drive backup of c:(e) but no files or directories.

my system uses an 850 celeron yet runs slower than my old P350.

Answer

This question was answered on March 12, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

What that might be is a temp folder Since you were able to see files under windows explorer check the files see if any of those are important If the files does not belong to you, you can say its safe to delete it.

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Posted by jose of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on March 12, 2003