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Old 12-09-2010, 03:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Despite the fact that I have my desktop manager settings to automatically back up every week, it does it each time I I connect to my computer.

Does anyone know how to correct ths very annoying problem?
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Hmmmmmm, I guess no one can help ... sigh
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Did you check the options in your DM after it backs up? I've never heard of this problem before. Are you using the latest DM?
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Did you check the options in your DM after it backs up? I've never heard of this problem before. Are you using the latest DM?
Yeah I check the DM. It's checked off "weekly" but it doesn't matter, every time I connect, the thing starts right up and backs up and syncs everything. And I think I have the latest DM. Nowadays, it automatically checks for updates.
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if you are willing to loose data of applications, don't back it up, but I prefer to play it safe.
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