Ray5776 18:05 13 Nov 05

I am using Win2Kpro, have 2 hard drives 120g each.
One is C one is F. I am trying to use PARAGON DRIVE COPY to copy the C drive onto the other one F.
The program will not recognise the F drive whatever I do. It will recognise an external USB hard drive with no problems and I can copy to that. I need to know why it cannot see drive F. Drive F is in a caddy if this makes any difference (set to slave)


  Diodorus Siculus 18:07 13 Nov 05

Has it been formatted?

Right click on my computer

choose manage

then disk management

Is the disk visible there?

And try to give your query a title! Ray5776 tells us little (except maybe your name and birtday!).

  Ray5776 18:27 13 Nov 05

Thanks for your reply Diodorus, it is formatted and it does show in my computer as drive F. Sorry about the title, my mistake suprised I got any replies at all.

  woodchip 18:29 13 Nov 05

Try using XXCOPY click here

  Ray5776 18:35 13 Nov 05

Looks like a DOS program Woodchip, not something I am familiar with.

  woodchip 18:38 13 Nov 05

You cannot do it in Windows Files are being used. Put it on a floppy and start with disc

  Ray5776 18:57 13 Nov 05

Looks like something I had before called Disk Genius or PC doctor, was actually very good but DOS prog, is this the same thing or similar?

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