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Can't add any more an entire partition after last update

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Helo, I havevissues to with the last update so I decided to uninstall and install again, now I cant add no more the entire partition that I had exclude before uninstalling.

Is there a way to let me exclude again my partition like I used to do before?

 

thx U.

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Hi uaphi, it sounds like that particular partition you created might be full would be my guess. What does Windows Explorer say?

Personally speaking I never created any partitions on my C:\ drive that has my OS installed. I've always used several different physical SATAII hard drives that I added to my rig to store software installer packages, OS mirroring backup files, music, image & video files, etc. These files are also protected by 256bit encryption protocols just in case!

Regards, Ritchie...

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5 hours ago, ritchie58 said:

Hi uaphi, it sounds like that particular partition you created might be full would be my guess. What does Windows Explorer say?

Personally speaking I never created any partitions on my C:\ drive that has my OS installed. I've always used several different physical SATAII hard drives that I added to my rig to store software installer packages, OS mirroring backup files, music, image & video files, etc. These files are also protected by 256bit encryption protocols just in case!

Regards, Ritchie...

hi, Ritchie.

I meant HD not partition, sorry for my writing error.

My english is a little rusty...

My W10 is configured this way...  C is my OS on a SSd alone, D is on another HDd alone and is for storing and so... my problem is that I cant let immunet excludes it, but the old ver. 7.2.8 did it, this new one, no.

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Let's see if I'm getting you correctly. The problem is that you want to exclude an entire drive you use for storage but are having difficulties doing so? Is that correct?

If that's the case then you need to make sure that you get the "exact file path" absolutely correct for the exclusion to work.

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On 7/1/2020 at 2:56 AM, ritchie58 said:

Let's see if I'm getting you correctly. The problem is that you want to exclude an entire drive you use for storage but are having difficulties doing so? Is that correct?

If that's the case then you need to make sure that you get the "exact file path" absolutely correct for the exclusion to work.

Yes, correct. The path is this " d :  " wile C is where my OS is installed.

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7 hours ago, uaphi said:

Yes, correct. The path is this " d :  " wile C is where my OS is installed.

Problem solved, I used an backUp image and installed all over, now it works ok.

thx.

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