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Windows 7: enclosure shows only a lone file when opened

24 Oct 2014   #1

enclosure shows only a lone file when opened

Hi seven forum,
I have a couple of drives to scarf data from and bought a iomagic enclosure last week.
I have used autorun in my xp lenovo it engaged and grabbed the 8g fine.
The newer drive, from a lap with xp shows only a text file "ImageIt4Err" that when opened shows 1 line
only as follows,, "CreateFile(),File:.\it41.cpp,Line:601"
I have properties listed as significant, but this is the only thing read! any thoughts appreciated.

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25 Oct 2014   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

Hi buginmyear,

Welcome to Seven Forums.

Looks like I have a buginmyeyes and additionally a buginmybrains.

You copied 8GB of data to drive 1 in your enclosure from PC 1.

Now when you connect that drive 1 in your enclosure to PC 2, you see only some nonsensical file instead of that sensical 8GB of data copied.

Is that what you mean?
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25 Oct 2014   #3


LOL I see! and apologize for the bugs or lack of clarity, I failed to mention I have 2 target notebooks, 1 in XP and the second is of course windows 7, this is where the file "ImageIt4Err" that when opened shows 1 line
only as follows,, "CreateFile(),File:.\it41.cpp,Line:601" which became evident in the win7 box.
I have found some indications this file maybe some type of partition key but have need to get a better understanding how to solve the issue. Any thoughts gladly taken for consideration>
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25 Oct 2014   #4

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

I still can't clear the bugsinmy brains . Wait to see if others could understand your problem - oh,sure, there are hundreds of better eyes and brains here - and suggest something. Me escapes...........
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