F:\ Is not accessible. Incorrect Fu

October 1, 2007 at 00:26:36
Specs: XP, 3500
Someone help... I have 2 hard drives setup in my system. One hard drive is SATA and is the one that has windows XP installed. The second hard drive is an IDE drive that is used only as storage. For some reason the second drive isn't letting me access it. It keeps giving me a message that says "F:\ Is not accessible. Incorrect Function"

Anyone know what that means? If I can't access the drive, how would I go about extracting the data out of it? Is there a way? TIA

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October 1, 2007 at 01:19:36
One can only guess what drive f: is. You need to say EXACTLY what SATA and IDE drives and partitions you have.

If at first you don't succeed, you're about average.


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October 1, 2007 at 04:23:50
Go to disk management in WinXP and post what type of disk F is and any other info listed there.

What service pack is installed on this computer and what size are each of your two harddrives?

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October 1, 2007 at 05:53:54
Maybe this will give some ideas even though not related to a harddrive ---
"Incorrect Function" Error Message When You Access the CD-ROM Drive, DVD-ROM Drive, or CD-RW Drive

Maybe My Computer is not showing F: as being a harddrive.
Here is another Incorrect Function --
"Incorrect Function" Error Message Occurs If You Set the Offline Cache Size to 0 (Zero) Percent

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