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Forum: Hardware & Devices 09 Jan 2015
Replies: 23
Views: 11,893
Posted By M0bstr
I have already solved the F drive problem with...

I have already solved the F drive problem with substF: /d already. But I still cannot install AutoCAD, it is somehow linking to the F drive.
Forum: Hardware & Devices 08 Jan 2015
Replies: 23
Views: 11,893
Posted By M0bstr
I think I know how the problem with the cloned...

I think I know how the problem with the cloned drive appeared. While trying to solve the installing AutoCAD problem, it recommened me to create a virtual drive by using "subst" command in cmd on the...
Forum: Hardware & Devices 08 Jan 2015
Replies: 23
Views: 11,893
Posted By M0bstr
I haven't tried cloning my F drive to the E...

I haven't tried cloning my F drive to the E drive. I looked in the C drive and I think the F drive is a clone of C:\Windows. the new drive is already installed for about a month or two now, I can't...
Forum: Hardware & Devices 08 Jan 2015
Replies: 23
Views: 11,893
Posted By M0bstr
No. All the screenshots are from the F drive, but...

No. All the screenshots are from the F drive, but the files do seem like they come from the C drive.
Forum: Hardware & Devices 08 Jan 2015
Replies: 23
Views: 11,893
Posted By M0bstr
Yes. I want to install AutoCAD in drive E which...

Yes. I want to install AutoCAD in drive E which worked when I installed many other programs and it gives me an error about the drive F, which is non-existent.
Here are all the files in the drive....
Forum: Hardware & Devices 08 Jan 2015
Replies: 23
Views: 11,893
Posted By M0bstr
Thanks. But I couldn't find the drive in device...

Thanks. But I couldn't find the drive in device manager. The new drive is working, but I am trying to install AutoCAD and when installing, it shows "invalid drive F:", and suddenly, this ghost drive...
Forum: Hardware & Devices 08 Jan 2015
Replies: 23
Views: 11,893
Posted By M0bstr
Drive appears in my computer but doesn't exist

My old drive recently broke down and luckily I was able to recover most of the data. I've since put a new drive in and it has a different drive letter (E:). However, the old drive (F:) still appears...
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