Re: Challenging Hard drive Question regarding Windows XP and 7 formatting
Can i ask why formatting the drive is such a problem if you have a Ghost image of the drive?
Also are you sure that the format of the drive has actually changed? I'm personally not convinced and would be more tempted to put it down to the 3.9Gb error log file that you deleted.
May seem like a harmless thing to do but essentially you've taken a system drive, put it into another machine and access files that the system intentionally hides from you, so that you don't do things like deleting them . . . . . . .
You deleted it and now the drive doesnt work, my guess would be it's the file that is causing you issues and your only shot is a re-format.
Moral of the story, 95% of the time if windows is hiding files (and i mean seriously hiding, not "show hidden files") from you then they are not meant to be deleted.
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