Re: Retrieving files.
Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2003 18:29:18 +0200
> 1. See if you can reboot from the original disk: if so, change
> the permissions on the old files to allow unlimited access, and
> copy them to the new disk just for luck.
No, can't reboot, that caused the original problem...
> 2. If that doesn't work, go to Disk Management, and change
> the filesystem on the old disk to FAT32.
Wouldn't that erase all existing files?
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