I have a 250 GB internal hard drive (drive G:), currently partitioned with a
200 GB partition (the rest is unpartitioned), that I use to keep several
generational image backups of my system (the C: partition on the main
internal boot drive).
Let's suppose I decide I want to enlarge that G: storage partition - perhaps
all the way to 250 GB, to make more room for generational backup images.
My question is, could this potentially present a problem should I ever
decide to restore an older image backup that was made when I had that drive
set up with just a 200 GB partition? Let's suppose I make some new image
backups (to the 250 GB partition), and then restore an older image backup
that was made during the time I had that drive set up as only being 200 GB
(and presumably expecting that).
I'm not sure where that partition information is kept. IF it (and the
partition tables) are also stored within each image backup, I can see where
it could be an issue, since the expected partition sizes would be different
I'm not sure I'm explaining (or understand) this very well, but I tried.