Realizing what had likely happened, I tried to run Windows backup (WIN 7 64 machine). Also, if the image you were writing was smaller than the device that was accidentally wiped, there is a small chance you can recover the data (at least that which was I had to use CMD and DISKPART to format the drive, after which I was able to write the image to the HDD. check over here don't know if it was the length of the name or what, but...
I had to dig to find a (relatively obscure) solution. We all would greatly appreciate what software or techniques that were used to recover your disk! Also, I have not had this issue on my test system, nor have I seen it at work on my Windows 7 64bit system, and I flash both SD & USB Provide an answer of your own, or ask Julio Rivera for more information if necessary.
Tobin Davis (gruemaster) said on 2014-01-04: #13 Indeed a quick scan from google indicate that the API changed with Vista forward. Thanks, Mikek find quote Pages (2): 1 2 Next » Post Reply View a Printable Version Send this Thread to a Friend Subscribe to this thread Contact Us | Kodi Home I'll try to look into this next week during my vacation time but I make no promises. I didn't touch or install the Drives since I won't risk to lose more.
Any input appreciated. I hope this helps. The time now is 03:25 PM. When I gave up and tried to eject my USB, windows claimed it was in use by another program.
View Profile View Forum Posts 1st February 2011, 02:52 AM |#3 OP Junior Member Thanks Meter: 0 More 24 posts Join Date:Joined: Jan 2011 Less Quote: Originally Posted by Error 8:". I had the EXACT SAME problem (when trying to copy the auto-nooter img to my sd card).
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