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#151
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use wannabe1's suggestion in post #144

install WinSnap again and use that


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Ok, I finally opened my eyes and saw that it says it is too big. Any idea how to make it smaller?
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Never mind that use Winsnap!
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Well I hope this works and it still gives you enough to see what it is.
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Choose the top one....that's the drive your data is on. See if it will recover that drive.
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wannabe1, sorry for asking this, but you'll need to tell me how to do it. I've tried to read how to do it but I can't seem to get it to do anything.
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I hope this is what your wanting me to do.
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And I'll have to defer to Magglass...this application won't install on my platform (Windows 7 64 bit)...or at least, I haven't been able to get it to install yet. I'm still working on it, but may have to boot to my Vista install to do it. I've not used this application, but it seems to be the most widely recommended free recovery program.
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We crossed post. Is that what you wanted? Is there anything else I need to do?
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Click on the red +, on the next screen click on the check mark
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At least somebody knows what they are doing around here. I would venture to say that by this time you have figured out it isn't me.

Thanks

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Time for a coffee Break. I'll be back in a bit.
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Ditto... :)
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Well from what I'm seeing, it still isn't finding the D and E drives. It is only finding the F drive.
Any idea's how to find those drives?
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Open up the root folder, see what's in there.
Also the searched folder
Post them.

Edited by Magglass, 22 March 2009 - 02:57 PM.

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