|>> have you tried running this app>> C:\WINDOWS\CREATOR\CD Creator.exe|
Yes, and it STILL says (on the new HD) I can only create one set of Full System Recovery disks, which were already created. They were created on the old HD. They are now bad, as I stated. On the new HD - I deleted HPCD.SYS on D: and that was the ONLY place on the entire HD. Not on C: at all.
I need a good set in case this HD goes bad. ALSO, I still do not know how to have the warning come up on the D:\ partition under MY COMPUTER, that would once again restrict access to D:\ like it did on the old HD. How do I fix it ? I do not want anyone getting access to this easily.
One other thing I noticed. I placed 2 identical CD/DVD burners in the computer. The original went bad. All FSRs were burned with the new CD/DVD drive(s). When I successfully burned the second set of FSRs with the old HD, "the cd creator.exe" file asked for the blank media in the "slave" drive, but would only verify it in the "master" drive. The Recovery disks were okay until they got corrupted later. I got the same results when the jumpers were both set to "cable select" or "master and slave". If one CD/DVD burner was connected, burning and verifing would be done in the same drive. Can this be fixed in the .ini files ?