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RobinT50
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Using BT Cloud

I am having a problem with BT Cloud.

My computer has a small SSD (128 GB) (Drive C) on which the operating system and the software are installed and a largish hard drive (1 TB) (Drive D) on which 520 GB of my photos, videos, music and documents are stored.

When I try to 'Sync' BT Cloud it opens a 'BT Cloud' folder on Drive C and tries to copy the files from Drive D.  Obviously, the SSD soon becomes full.

How do I get BT Cloud to copy the files on Drive D to the cloud without copying everything?  I'm pretty sure I'm missing something but have no idea what I'm doing wrong!  Help!

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V_Meldrew
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Re: Using BT Cloud

I haven't used BT Cloud for a long time as I don't find it very efficient or user friendly but at a guess you need to setup a syncronised folder on drive D

http://bt.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/

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RobinT50
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Re: Using BT Cloud

That's what I feared!  I've tried using a sync folder, but it ends up using the remaining capacity of my hard drive, which seems to be a bit pointless.

I'm coming round to the idea that BT Cloud is neither efficient or user friendly and is a bit of a waste of time as a secure backup facility!

Thanks for responding so quickly.

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