Question Windows 10 sharing info between my main drive and my 2 clone drives

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I have 3 drives with win 10 and 2 are clone drives but somehow they are talking to each other so what I am saying is my drives are NVME and SSD#1 and SSD#2 if I put something in the trash in SSD#1 it is in the trash of the other 2 drives and it is always signing me out of Chrome and clearing the cookies. So I boot on the NVME and keep the SSD's for clone back ups

Would love some help on this one
Ed Hamlin
 

jay32267

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I have 3 drives with win 10 and 2 are clone drives but somehow they are talking to each other so what I am saying is my drives are NVME and SSD#1 and SSD#2 if I put something in the trash in SSD#1 it is in the trash of the other 2 drives and it is always signing me out of Chrome and clearing the cookies. So I boot on the NVME and keep the SSD's for clone back ups

Would love some help on this one
Ed Hamlin
I would suggest that instead of keeping clones for backups that you keep image files for backups instead. This way....what is happening to you can't happen.
 

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what would be you suggestion for a disk image software?
Macrium Reflect.
I use it daily.

 
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I don't have a boot issue and all the drives work when I go to boot menu but I keep getting signed out of my chrome account and it is making me sign into chrome every time I start up my PC so every day I have to get a sign on for my bank account for my company. What I found was that if i delete something on say SSD#1 it is in the trash of the NVME and SSD#2 drives. I have another computer with win 7 with the same setup and have never had a problem.

And I do want to say I appreciate all the help
Ed
 

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I don't have a boot issue and all the drives work when I go to boot menu but I keep getting signed out of my chrome account and it is making me sign into chrome every time I start up my PC so every day I have to get a sign on for my bank account for my company. What I found was that if i delete something on say SSD#1 it is in the trash of the NVME and SSD#2 drives. I have another computer with win 7 with the same setup and have never had a problem.

And I do want to say I appreciate all the help
Ed
Right.
And there appears to be some crosstalk between the two mostly viable OS's.
No idea how or why, which leads to no idea of a "fix".

As said, that is rarely a good idea.
 

jay32267

Illustrious
I don't have a boot issue and all the drives work when I go to boot menu but I keep getting signed out of my chrome account and it is making me sign into chrome every time I start up my PC so every day I have to get a sign on for my bank account for my company. What I found was that if i delete something on say SSD#1 it is in the trash of the NVME and SSD#2 drives. I have another computer with win 7 with the same setup and have never had a problem.

And I do want to say I appreciate all the help
Ed
You're welcome...and whenever you have two or more bootable systems on a PC there is the potential for booting problems (be glad you don't have any)...and other problems (one of which you have seen one).
 

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