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System Restore points setting question

I use Vista Home premium 32 bit with Vista SP 2

I notice that when I go to check on system restore points created, there are two drives

C Drive

D Drive ( which is system recovery drive)

This is how it shows under system restore


"Create restorepoints on the selected disk/Drive"
C Drive has a check meaning restore points w ill be created
D Drive/Recovery Drive does NOT have a check, meaning NO restore points wll be created

Is this how it should look? That Recovery drive should NOT have restore points created?

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Looks proper.

System Restore only applies to the OS which is on drive C.

I'll stop here.
Bob

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Good

So the fact that my D Drive/Recovery Drive does not have the box checked to create system restore points, is the correct setting ?

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Yes...

Since there is no Windows OS on that drive and System Restore only cares about the OS and not any of our files or those recovery files.
Bob

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