Re: HD AWOL?
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Thanks for further thoughts.
I had a look at CrystalDiskInfo on 'this other' computer and there appeared to be 3 versions and multiple download option blue tabs on all three.
>you are one of the very few persons who have found that something started working after a Windows update!
Yes, it's uncanny, isn't it?!
Nobody was more surprised than me.
>All being well, it's just a glitch, but...replacement HDs and cloning
>software aren't that expensive.
I was thinking that this might have been the only way forward - however, if the 'old' HDD was dead, how do you clone?
Or, is there a magic way to resurrect it?
Back in the good old days of EUMETCast DVB-S from Eurobird 9, [60 - 85 cm dish, those were the days?] my computer HDD died at one of our GEO Symposium's at the NSC.
Arne said he would have a look at it and I sent it to him.
Magically, he got it going again so I could install it into the computer - now with a new HDD - and transfer the data over.
In a message dated 26/03/2019 14:51:25 GMT Standard Time, gm8arv@... writes: