have a peek here Don't know why it has that name but it does--took me a long time to figure this one out, too. · actions · 2014-Jan-12 5:32 pm · davePremium Memberjoin:2000-05-04not in ohio

That was the only app that worked when I find in troubles. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Abdallah Hodieb August 24, 2012 at 2:34 pm For WindowsXP : Documents and settings folder / your user name / your files and folders might be hidden and marked as system

Is there an easy way to do this without the huge hassle of opening up my current PC and installing the drives the traditional way?

Recovering a deleted file from the Windows Recycle Bin. Here's the drive detected right along side an actual external drive: Here's a peek inside the drive, and old Windows desktop drive, where you can see all the old folders and Barring that, though, it's as simple as plug and play. Like I said it took me forever to find the desktop on Windows 7 drives I had hooked up like that because it had what I agree is a ridiculous label

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In some cases, the files may have been moved. Action Front Data Recovery CBL Data Recovery Technologies Inc. You and sivran should try this before concluding I'm wrong. If as you say, the old harddrive is recognized and accessible, all the information you seek should be located under the Document and Settings folder for Windows XP and the USERS

I may not know as much about the intricacies of Windows as dave does, /Understatement but firstly I've never observed any such behavior in any Windows OS, and secondly your assertion In all likelihood it probably is the same. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. bjcbrandt said: Can this product be used with CD/DVD burners to make them external?

How can I find these and place them on the new computer? I've seen models without the Sabrent branding that looks absolutely identical. It is only recommended they be used if the data is extremely important or data cannot be read from hard drive. Remember, what you're doing to the drive with the data/power adapter cable is essentially mounting it as you would with an internal drive (but without the hassle of cracking open the

You can search the hard drive for the files you believe to be missing by running find or search on the computer. Road Runner Mail [TimeWarnerCable] by CEG234. Thank you! Under Vista and 7, this would be the 'Users' folder that conatins the equivalent folders.

When I search for that file in the same location on the XP drive I get no results although they're are many desktop.ini's in other locations on the drive. · actions The system I booted to is XP and another hard drive with just a basic Windows 7 install is hooked up and comes out with the letter "F" for the OS Was this page useful? Google just disclosed a major Windows bug - and Microsoft isn't happy [Security] by andyross486.

She survived the collision of the Olympic with another ship and the sinking of the latter two vessels. So here's a (probably half-assed) theory about what might be happening.Note that Explorer does not claim to display what's in the file system.