By the way, excellent software. I have always been very happy with it, and had to use it twice already to restore from hd failure. On to my problem...
The other day, I was working on a music project when my program told me a set of samples could not be found. I went to Windows Explorer to locate them, and realized that the entire F: drive had disappeared. It was simply gone from view!
I immediately shut down the computer, opened it up and made sure all my hd cables were firmly plugged in. When I rebooted, the drive was back! However, when my 5pm scheduled FBackup job started, I realized it was re-adding everything from my F drive to the backup drive (G:). This leads me to believe that the previous day during the 5pm backup (while my F drive was "gone"), FBackup had removed all those files from the copy!
I lucked out and did not lose any data, but this seemed to me a potentially serious design flaw! If in the future I lose a drive because it actually goes bad, will FBackup delete those files from the backup copy? This would defeat the purpose. If a drive cannot be found, can the program pause and show an error message before proceeding? I can't feel safe using a backup program if it can potentially delete my files. I hope this makes sense.