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karma2007

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I've been having some iPod problems lately in which the iPod isn't recognized by my computer. But that's not why I come to you guys. Using one of the iPod "fixes" from the Apple website, my D drive had vanished. It is not listed on "My Computer" and disks I put in aren't recognized.

I'm running Windows XP and this happened right after the "fix" which I think did something to my registry, is there anything I can do, short of buying a new computer. I only come to you guys because the fix involved one of your progams, something like swandog46.

Please help.
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gerryf

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one of our programs?

We do not have any programs. We may ask users to use certain programs, but generally only an experts guidence. I looked and it does not appear as if anyone told you to use anything. If you used it improperly and caused a problem, to help we need to know what program it is to walk you out of it.

Can you point me toward

a) the program

b) the fix you found from apple?

I suspect it may be an upper or lower filters registry entry, but based on your information, I cannot begin to guess.
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karma2007

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Alright, I got my drives working again after looking in the registry, but what I do want to point out is the program I used that had your name on it. (geeks to go)

http://discussions.a...threadID=239633

I did exactly as the steps indicated and it saw success to many but me, I just had the joy of having my disk drives eliminated.

My iPod still is not working, not that it's your problem, unless of course you see a way to fix it.
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