I can view the data just fine on the USB drive when I'm logged into Windows XP Pro.
I ran Acronis TI 9 Boot Loader on another Windows XP Home Computer.
Acronis TI 9 has a Linux shell that loads the software.
When I tried to access the Acomdata USB drive it asked me for a user name and password on the Acomdata drive.
I don't have a password for the drive so I was stuck.
Next, I tried accessing the USB hard drive from Windows XP home through My Network Places.
Now it just says:
\\XPProPc\HD Part (H)\ is not accessible. You might NOT have permission to use this network resource. COntact the administrator to find out of if you have access permissions.
Both computer users are COmputer Administrators. Does this have something to do with XP Home trying to connect to XP Pro? Keep in mind my Linux shell of Acronis TI 9 also didn't have permission.
Any super geeks out there with any ideas?
Acomdata won't help me. They said they know the drive has all sorts of configuration issues when networked. They said it can work if someone knows enough, but they won't provide any support for it. They only support access from the PC it's connected to.