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 Post subject: MyIDEDriveManager that works with a FAT32 partition?
PostPosted: Sun Sep 02, 2012 8:15 am 

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I got a new Transcend IDE drive that I wanted to setup with the 4.7.06 MyBIOS. I created a FAT32 partition and copied over a bunch of games. I setup the MyIDE drives as well. I was using the MyIDEDriveManager to copy the contents of my previous IDE drive. It saved them to windows just fine.

When I put the new IDE drive in it didn't detect any MyIDE partitions. It only shows up as a regular windows drive. I can see on windows there are 2 partitions on the drive. Is there anyway to tell MyIDEDriveManager where to look on the drive to find the partitions? I can select the device but it doesn't seem to read it or know how to skip past the FAT32 partition.

Any suggestions? I really didn't want to have to copy my files over one at a time and there isn't a good tool for recursive copy for MyDOS.

Frank


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 Post subject: Re: MyIDEDriveManager that works with a FAT32 partition?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2012 12:11 am 
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There are two MyIDEDriveManager's are you using the correct one.



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 Post subject: Re: MyIDEDriveManager that works with a FAT32 partition?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:56 am 
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Yep, You need to use MyIDEDriveManagerLBA2.
That's all.

Gtz,
Sijmen.

(The version you are using is for non-containing-fat32 media and uses LBA0 for MyIDE-partition-data)
(With the new setup, MyIDE-partition-data is moved to LBA2)


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