When I got a backup drive, I was undecided whether to use the backup feature in Windows 7, or to use the Seagate utility that came with the drive. I had space enough for two backups, so I let them both run. Now, I'd like to use that drive to copy over my documents, Steam games, downloads, etc, but I'm unsure as to which directories to delete to get just the Windows backup on there (which seems like it would be more likely to allow a systems restore). I've disabled the Seagate backup, but that doesn't actually remove the files.
Worse comes to worse, I can probably delete everything, copy over the vital files, move them over, and them just do the Windows backup fresh, but it takes time to delete and/or move files, so I'd prefer to only delete what I have to.