Unable to determine source drive 0 Possible device found

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Unable to determine source drive 0 Possible device found

Postby Peggy » Thu May 17, 2012 3:47 pm

Hello Group
I have been a owner of IFW/IFD for two years now.
I have gotten a error message while trying to Restore, Restore Changes Only etc using IFW or IFD both.
The message is Unable to Determine Source Drive 0 Possible Device Found.
I did a Search for this error in the FAQ on this Forum as well as the TeraByte Unlimited Website.

I am using XP Pro and the Source drive to be backed up is a WD 320 GB SATA drive and the destination (backup)
drive is a IDE drive.
All drives show healthy in Administrative Tools, Computer Management, Disk Management.

Any suggestions or advice would be VERY much appreciated.

Thank you so much

Peggy
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Re: Unable to determine source drive 0 Possible device found

Postby TeraByte Support » Thu May 17, 2012 11:45 pm

Means the partitioning changed or drive size is different. You need to
create a new base or use one of the /relax options if the partitioning
didn't change and it's the disk size or signature.


"Peggy" wrote in message news:2342@public.image...

Hello Group
I have been a owner of IFW/IFD for two years now.
I have gotten a error message while trying to Restore, Restore Changes Only
etc using IFW or IFD both.
The message is Unable to Determine Source Drive 0 Possible Device Found.
I did a Search for this error in the FAQ on this Forum as well as the
TeraByte Unlimited Website.

I am using XP Pro and the Source drive to be backed up is a WD 320 GB SATA
drive and the destination (backup)
drive is a IDE drive.
All drives show healthy in Administrative Tools, Computer Management, Disk
Management.

Any suggestions or advice would be VERY much appreciated.

Thank you so much

Peggy

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Re: Unable to determine source drive 0 Possible device found

Postby Peggy » Fri May 18, 2012 4:16 am

Thank you sir!
I'll concentrate on those areas you provided.

Peggy
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