I have always been confused by the way TI 2012 seems to keep backup tasks and backup files linked, which is a completey different concept to earlier versions e.g. TI 11 Home where tasks could be managed separately from the images that had been created - which was always so straightforward.
This has given rise to the following problem which any help would be appreciated.
I have several PCs which I backup to a portable USB hard drive - the problem is that each PC now shows all the backup tasks I've ever created even though most are nothing to do with an individual PC
The problem has really become frustrating now since I've been setting up two new PCs on a completely separate network where I planned to setup a backup strategy to a network drive and I made the mistake of using my portable USB drive to do a one off backup on one of the PCs
Now, when I load TI2012 I see all the unrelated backup tasks which presumably have been taken from the USB drive even though none are anything to do with that PC and TI2012 won't let me delete them !!
This is even with the USB drive disconnected.
Can anyone please explain why this has been designed this way and why each PC doesn't just hold the details of the backup tasks that were created on it.
And I guess more importantly, how can I get rid of all these unrelated tasks without uninstalling the whole package and reinstalling it again which is completely unacceptable as the same thing is likely to happen again.