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Old 10-14-2013, 07:35 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by DontTreadOnMe2 View Post
What is the partition labeled as?

I would put it on a linux box and blow the partition table away and re-partition it as a NTFS.

Then try to format it...

Best guess.
It is proprietary and not a regular hard drive .. well it is however the mainboard on it is not.
It requires its own software .. and so far I have only found the data life guard to even access it.
I suspect/hope it will accept the manufacturers software after it is done.
There is a program from them that will format it to NTFS which I believe the kid was trying to do in the first place however it didn't work and made the mess Im currently trying to undo.
Won't know until its done .. another 2 and a half hours if the time elapse is correct.
Now if it were mine to play with .. I would slip another 320 board on it from a damaged regular drive and do it different.
The din straps are identical.

Correction: 16 minutes left .. read it wrong.
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