OKmchristie2 wrote:I misinformed you when I said deleted recordings... When I first looked for the Sky HD disk it couldn't find it, so I deleted the volume on it and when I refreshed it was able to see the Sky HD drive in Copy+.
Yet again your terminology is confusing me.I'm doing it again now as we speak....it is copying successfully from the source drive 120gb external to the destination 500gb usb device. I'm doing it as big endian this time.
Then for some reason the conversion didn't complete successfully.When I checked the Sky HD drive as a source it showed the programmes as little endian ??
I worked for IBM too a while back.mchristie2 wrote:I work in IT for HP and prev IBM and your support is as good as them.
Actually an extremely generous donation - thank you very much.I've given small donation as appreciation of your great work....
Here's your mistake.raviktiwari wrote:Then I went to Disk Management and deleted the partiotion for the SKy+HD, formatted the HDD using Partition Magic and in FAT 32 format.
Select the partition in the graphical view of the disk in the bottom section of Windows Disk Managementraviktiwari wrote:Now if you are telling me to delete the partition, is there a specific way to do it?
It is automatically recognised as a destination if it doesn't have any existing partitions/volumes on it and it is initialised as a basic MBR (not dynamic or GPT) disk. If Copy+ is already running you will need to restart or click "Refresh".And after that how do I make Copy+ recognize the Sky+ Harddisk in the destination folder? Which software or tool do I use?
pcbbc wrote:Probably you have a corrupt BIOS Parameter Block / Boot Record.
I shall send you a program for fixing it to your forum registration e-mail.
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