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Old 02 September 2019, 00:34   #1
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Question drawers on WB I can't open or delete "ADH3:NDOS"

I've always had on my harddrive two drawers called ADH3:NDOS and ADH4:NDOS

Can't open them or delete them, it's not really that important, just wondered how they got there?
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Old 02 September 2019, 00:58   #2
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Sounds like 2 partitions past the first 4gb of the drive and the scsi.device has not been patched so you can access them.
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Old 02 September 2019, 10:11   #3
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Run this program and attach the report here: http://thomas-rapp.homepage.t-online.../hddreport.lha
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