You値l see this message if your File History drive has been disconnected for too long
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    You値l see this message if your File History drive has been disconnected for too long

    I don't think my message specified which disk needs to be reconnected but none of them had been disconnected.

    Is this another way of saying I've got a bad disk?

    Thanks - rev

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    Are you actually using File History to backup files?

    Do you have a drive that is set to power off when not in use in Power Management? Note that this could also be due to a USB drive connected to a USB controller that is set to power off when not in use.

    Possibly useful links:

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...2-9ed4b3db8bb7

    https://www.ubackup.com/articles/fil...d-10-4348.html

    https://www.thewindowsclub.com/file-...d-for-too-long

    https://thegeekpage.com/your-file-hi...-for-too-long/

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    >Are you actually using File History to backup files?
    No, SyncToy.

    I'll check the disk settings.

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    If you are NOT using File History, you can go into the settings and turn it off.

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    >If you are NOT using File History, you can go into the settings and turn it off.
    And I will. Could it be giving me a disconnect error when a different disk disconnected?

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    It could be any disk that File History has been set to access, source or destination.

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