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#166
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Well the thing locked up on me and doesn't want to do anything. I saved a file to the floppy and now it won't move.

Ok got it.

BTW, I think that was the lost one. All the others are blank.

Edited by woodworks, 22 March 2009 - 03:00 PM.

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Ok, I'm lost on this. When I first looked at it, it had music files on it. Now after I highlighted the lost tab, I can't find any of the music files that were there.

Edited by woodworks, 22 March 2009 - 03:07 PM.

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Open up another PC inspector, when you get to the screen that shows the drives, click on preview.
Next to OEM. it will say, NTFS or FAT.
Post that one.
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I hope this is what you want
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That what I was looking for, give me a few minutes.

Edited by Magglass, 22 March 2009 - 03:28 PM.

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h


Did you forget what you were going to say? ha ha
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go to the drive selection again, send me a post with a shot of the first screen, then click on the physical drive tab and send me one of those.
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woodworks, close the second instance of PC Inspector if you still have it open. In the first one, click on the button to "Rescan" the drives. When it completes, click on the Logical Drives tab and post a screen shot...then click on the Physical Drives tab and post a shot of that one, too.

*wannabe1 hates it when he get's phone calls while trying to reply. :)
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go to the drive selection again, send me a post with a shot of the first screen, then click on the physical drive tab and send me one of those.



Sorry to be a pain, but do you want me to open up a new one, or do you want the root screen? I'm not understanding what you want as for the first screen.
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I hope this is what you want. Sometimes I can be a bit dense.
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Under Physical Drives, preview Drives #1 and #2.

I have a feeling those are the missing disks.
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I'll be back in a bit, dinner is served.
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Your feelings would be closer to it then mine. Any idea how to find them and get them fixed or at least get my stuff off of them?
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Click on the Logical Drive tab and then click on the top entry...click the Preview button.

Is your data shown there?
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This is what is shown
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