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  1. Maybe the support will be better when I take this issue to Facebook or Twitter. This forum is apparently completely useless.
  2. I guess my problem has moved into the dust bin.
  3. I have Retrospect 11.5 installed, recently updated (September) from 11.0. I've been on Windows 10 since July 2015. This situation has existed from at least version 11.0. I can't remember exactly when it started, but it may have been when the Anniversary edition of Windows was installed in August. I thought version 11.5 would fix it, but it did not.
  4. In the Windows 10 Control Panel > Sound, Retrospect's Attention and Completion sounds are no longer included. The Retrospect label is there, but no sound categories are listed.
  5. Is no one else having this problem, or is it that no one has a fix?
  6. Certainly hardware is a limiting factor in many environments. I back up to an SATA2 external drive. I'm sure it would be faster with an SATA3 drive. I have definitely seen increased speed in creating a snapshot for drive C, which has always taken as long or longer than copying files. That's no longer the case.
  7. Every time I do a back up, Retrospect asks me to create a disaster recovery disk. It started happening after I purchased the dissimilar hardware option for version 9 and the message continues in version 10. I have created several disaster recovery discs, the latest last week, but the message continues to appear and Retrospect will not exit until I cancel that request. How do I get rid of it once and for all? Retrospect 10 on Windows 7 x64.
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