See http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/kb/article.php?id=410 probably same
type of issue.
"ronk" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
Have been using Terabyte for couple years, always doing updates regularly on
several machines, and have had nary an issue. Do only 'Full image' backups,
and use TBIMount regularly too.
Recently, installed IFL/IFD/IFW 2.65 on a IBM R51 Win XP SP2 box, in order
to do tbimounts and 'explore' another box's full image backup. Had not
installed IFL/IFD/IFW yet, but had made a backup of this box using a 2.65
IFL boot CD. Drive letter assignment of USB flash drives was working
immediately before the install, since I copied the Terabyte install setup
from an inserted USB flash drive.
Immediately after installation, noticed inserting a flash drive USB stick
would not be seen in Explorer, but was seen in DM, w/o a letter. Also seen
in DOS (Start, Run CMD), as well as in IFD. In Disk Manager, can assign a
drive letter, and right click 'open' to see the flash drives contents, but
must open separate explorer window to see other drives, not in that window.
Also, if instead of 'open' in DM, one right clicks 'explore', the drive
appears very briefly, then defaults to explore of the C Drive (all that's on
the box) w/o displaying the flash drive. Also, if copy paste from the single
explore window from 'open', long filenames are not recognized as legit.
Lastly, the manually assigned letter is no longer available, after removing
the flash drive and reinserting...the whole process must be done again.
TBIMount does not see the drive at all.
Not being sure if Terabyte was involved here, I restored a full image
created using an IFL bootdisk just a day before. Immediately, no issue
whatever recognizing flash drives, no matter how many times removed and
inserted, with drive letters being freed up. I re-installed IFL/IFD/IFW 2.65
again, and, lo and behold, the same problem presented itself. I did the full
installation of the product.
Anybody experience this? I may try an older version of Terabyte IFL/IFD/IFW