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Old 06 December 2010, 21:06   #1
Darcey
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WinUAE not detecting USB Connected 209MB HD

Hi,

I have just got my Amiga 1200's internal HD connected via USB but am now having trouble getting WinUAE detecting and being able to boot from it.

I have tried running as administrator and using a bat file run as admin containing:

PHP Code:
@echo off
winuae 
-disablehardrivesafetycheck 
I have checked windows 7 x64 recognises that a drive has been plugged in and it has found "disk 6 - unknown"

My setup is:
i7, usb connected amiga hd 209mb, WinUAE with kickstart rom 1.3 rev 34.5

Anyone got any advice on how I go about getting WinUAE to recognise the drive, boot up off it and copy all its files to a windows drive?

Thanks

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Old 06 December 2010, 21:13   #2
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take it you tried Add Hard Drive in harddrive settings ?
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Old 06 December 2010, 21:18   #3
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I got a little closer with these settings, it found I have a USB key plugged in but still no amiga hd.

Program running in compatibility mode - windows xp sp3
Program running as administrator
Quickstart: Model A1200 selected (NTSC unticked)
Kickstart rom: Kickstart v3.1 rev 40.68

Went into Hardware > Hard drives > Add Hard Drive
Which gave me this:
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Old 06 December 2010, 21:21   #4
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I never got my little Amiga HDD's to work via USB, I tried the 250mb from my A4000 the 20mb from my A600HD and the 80mb from my A1200 and none of these would ever even show up, not even in the Storage Tools within Computer Management.

The 4/6/20/40/80gb 2.5in HDD's I've tried have all worked no problems at all...

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Old 06 December 2010, 21:23   #5
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I never got my little Amiga HDD's to work via USB, I tried the 250mb from my A4000 the 20mb from my A600HD and the 80mb from my A1200 and none of these would ever even show up, not even in the Storage Tools within Computer Management.

The 4/6/20/40/80gb 2.5in HDD's I've tried have all worked no problems at all...

Also if you drive is Amiga formatted you don't need to use -disablehardrivesafetycheck

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Old 06 December 2010, 21:27   #6
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ooooh noooo... Guess I will have to now buy the IDE internal cable and see if that works then...

But I do get windows detecting the drive... So I assume it's just software to pick it up and use it. The drive is from my Amiga 1200 which now sits in bag awaiting its reconstruction.

NOTE I DID NOT SELECT OK

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Old 06 December 2010, 21:29   #7
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USB adapters rarely detect very old drives correctly. Screenshot is not very useful because it does not show drive 6 size or any other information.

winuaebootlog.txt will show the exact problem. (start winuae, click add harddrive, close winuae)
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Old 06 December 2010, 21:32   #8
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Ok --- here is the boot log, going over my head here now...


PHP Code:
WinUAE 2.3.0 (2010.09.24) (6.1 [2]) 64-bit 9.6.1A05 8
(c1995-2001 Bernd Schmidt   Core UAE concept and implementation.
(
c1998-2010 Toni Wilen      Win32 portcore code updates.
(
c1996-2001 Brian King      Win32 portPicasso96 RTG, and GUI.
(
c1996-1999 Mathias Ortmann Win32 port and bsdsocket support.
(
c2000-2001 Bernd Meyer     JIT engine.
(
c2000-2005 Bernd Roesch    MIDI inputmany fixes.
Press F12 to show the Settings Dialog (GUI), Alt-F4 to quit.
End+F1 changes floppy 0End+F2 changes floppy 1etc.
'C:\Program Files (x86)\WinUAE\winuae.exe'
EXE'C:\Program Files (x86)\WinUAE\', DATA: 'C:\Users\Public\Documents\Amiga Files\WinUAE\', PLUGIN: 'C:\Users\Public\Documents\Amiga Files\WinUAE\'
CLOCKFREQ: QPF 2.77MHz (2.77MHz, DIV=1)
Max hardware surface size: 8192x8192
DriverCaps: 85d27fc1 a06ab270 00000210 3aad54e0 00000000 00000000
DDCAPS_BLT,DDCAPS_BLTQUEUE,DDCAPS_BLTFOURCC,DDCAPS_BLTCOLORFILL,DDCAPS_BLTSTRETCH,DDCAPS_CANBLTSYSMEM,DDCAPS_COLORKEY,DDCAPS_COLORKEYHWASSIST,DDCAPS_GDI,DDCAPS_OVERLAY,DDCAPS_3D,DDCAPS_READSCANLINE,DDCAPS2_CANRENDERWINDOWED,DDCAPS2_FLIPNOVSYNC,DDCAPS2_FLIPINTERVAL,DDCAPS2_NONLOCALVIDMEM,DDCAPS2_WIDESURFACES,DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLT
HELCaps   : f4c08241 00000001 00000200 0003fce3 00000000 00000347
DDCAPS_BLT,DDCAPS_BLTCOLORFILL,DDCAPS_BLTSTRETCH,DDCAPS_CANBLTSYSMEM,DDCAPS_CANCLIP,DDCAPS_CANCLIPSTRETCHED,DDCAPS_COLORKEY,DDCAPS_3D,DDCAPS_PALETTE,DDCAPS2_CERTIFIED,DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLT
Enumerating display devices.. 
'
Primary Display Driver' 'display' NULL
'
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280' '\\.\DISPLAY1' 67685559-3106-11D0-B97100AA00342F9F
'
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280' '\\.\DISPLAY2' 6768555A-3106-11D0-B97100AA00342F9F
Sorting devices and modes..
Desktop: W=1920 H=1200 B=32. MaxW=2560 MaxH=1600 CXVS=3840 CYVS=1200
0: 640x480, 16-bit (!59,60)
1: 640x480, 32-bit (!59,60)
2: 720x480, 16-bit (!29,!30,!59,60)
3: 720x480, 32-bit (!29,!30,!59,60)
4: 720x576, 16-bit (!25,!50,60)
5: 720x576, 32-bit (!25,!50,60)
6: 800x600, 16-bit (60)
7: 800x600, 32-bit (60)
8: 1024x768, 16-bit (60)
9: 1024x768, 32-bit (60)
10: 1152x864, 16-bit (60)
11: 1152x864, 32-bit (60)
12: 1280x720, 16-bit (!50,!59,60)
13: 1280x720, 32-bit (!50,!59,60)
14: 1280x768, 16-bit (60)
15: 1280x768, 32-bit (60)
16: 1280x800, 16-bit (60)
17: 1280x800, 32-bit (60)
18: 1280x960, 16-bit (60)
19: 1280x960, 32-bit (60)
20: 1280x1024, 16-bit (60)
21: 1280x1024, 32-bit (60)
22: 1360x768, 16-bit (60)
23: 1360x768, 32-bit (60)
24: 1400x1050, 16-bit (60)
25: 1400x1050, 32-bit (60)
26: 1440x900, 16-bit (60)
27: 1440x900, 32-bit (60)
28: 1600x900, 16-bit (60)
29: 1600x900, 32-bit (60)
30: 1600x1024, 16-bit (60)
31: 1600x1024, 32-bit (60)
32: 1600x1200, 16-bit (60)
33: 1600x1200, 32-bit (60)
34: 1680x1050, 16-bit (60)
35: 1680x1050, 32-bit (60)
36: 1920x1080, 16-bit (!25,!29,!30,!50,!59,60)
37: 1920x1080, 32-bit (!25,!29,!30,!50,!59,60)
38: 1920x1200, 16-bit (60)
39: 1920x1200, 32-bit (60)
40: 1920x1440, 16-bit (60)
41: 1920x1440, 32-bit (60)
42: 2048x1536, 16-bit (60)
43: 2048x1536, 32-bit (60)
44: 2560x1600, 16-bit (60)
45: 2560x1600, 32-bit (60)
'
Primary Display Driver (1920*1200)', 46 display modes (enabled)
Desktop: W=1920 H=1200 B=32. MaxW=2560 MaxH=1600 CXVS=3840 CYVS=1200
0: 640x480, 16-bit (!59,60)
1: 640x480, 32-bit (!59,60)
2: 720x480, 16-bit (!29,!30,!59,60)
3: 720x480, 32-bit (!29,!30,!59,60)
4: 720x576, 16-bit (!25,!50,60)
5: 720x576, 32-bit (!25,!50,60)
6: 800x600, 16-bit (60)
7: 800x600, 32-bit (60)
8: 1024x768, 16-bit (60)
9: 1024x768, 32-bit (60)
10: 1152x864, 16-bit (60)
11: 1152x864, 32-bit (60)
12: 1280x720, 16-bit (!50,!59,60)
13: 1280x720, 32-bit (!50,!59,60)
14: 1280x768, 16-bit (60)
15: 1280x768, 32-bit (60)
16: 1280x800, 16-bit (60)
17: 1280x800, 32-bit (60)
18: 1280x960, 16-bit (60)
19: 1280x960, 32-bit (60)
20: 1280x1024, 16-bit (60)
21: 1280x1024, 32-bit (60)
22: 1360x768, 16-bit (60)
23: 1360x768, 32-bit (60)
24: 1400x1050, 16-bit (60)
25: 1400x1050, 32-bit (60)
26: 1440x900, 16-bit (60)
27: 1440x900, 32-bit (60)
28: 1600x900, 16-bit (60)
29: 1600x900, 32-bit (60)
30: 1600x1024, 16-bit (60)
31: 1600x1024, 32-bit (60)
32: 1600x1200, 16-bit (60)
33: 1600x1200, 32-bit (60)
34: 1680x1050, 16-bit (60)
35: 1680x1050, 32-bit (60)
36: 1920x1080, 16-bit (!25,!29,!30,!50,!59,60)
37: 1920x1080, 32-bit (!25,!29,!30,!50,!59,60)
38: 1920x1200, 16-bit (60)
39: 1920x1200, 32-bit (60)
40: 1920x1440, 16-bit (60)
41: 1920x1440, 32-bit (60)
42: 2048x1536, 16-bit (60)
43: 2048x1536, 32-bit (60)
44: 2560x1600, 16-bit (60)
45: 2560x1600, 32-bit (60)
'
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 (1920*1200)', 46 display modes (enabled)
Desktop: W=1920 H=1200 B=32. MaxW=1920 MaxH=1200 CXVS=3840 CYVS=1200
0: 640x480, 16-bit (59,60,72,75)
1: 640x480, 32-bit (59,60,72,75)
2: 720x480, 16-bit (!29,!30,59,60)
3: 720x480, 32-bit (!29,!30,59,60)
4: 720x576, 16-bit (!25,50)
5: 720x576, 32-bit (!25,50)
6: 800x600, 16-bit (56,60,72,75)
7: 800x600, 32-bit (56,60,72,75)
8: 1024x768, 16-bit (60,70,75)
9: 1024x768, 32-bit (60,70,75)
10: 1152x864, 16-bit (75)
11: 1152x864, 32-bit (75)
12: 1176x664, 16-bit (50,59,60)
13: 1176x664, 32-bit (50,59,60)
14: 1280x720, 16-bit (50,59,60)
15: 1280x720, 32-bit (50,59,60)
16: 1280x768, 16-bit (60)
17: 1280x768, 32-bit (60)
18: 1280x800, 16-bit (60)
19: 1280x800, 32-bit (60)
20: 1280x960, 16-bit (60)
21: 1280x960, 32-bit (60)
22: 1280x1024, 16-bit (60,75)
23: 1280x1024, 32-bit (60,75)
24: 1360x768, 16-bit (60)
25: 1360x768, 32-bit (60)
26: 1400x1050, 16-bit (60)
27: 1400x1050, 32-bit (60)
28: 1440x900, 16-bit (60)
29: 1440x900, 32-bit (60)
30: 1600x900, 16-bit (59,60)
31: 1600x900, 32-bit (59,60)
32: 1600x1024, 16-bit (59,60)
33: 1600x1024, 32-bit (59,60)
34: 1600x1200, 16-bit (60)
35: 1600x1200, 32-bit (60)
36: 1680x1050, 16-bit (59,60)
37: 1680x1050, 32-bit (59,60)
38: 1768x992, 16-bit (25,29,30,50,59,60)
39: 1768x992, 32-bit (25,29,30,50,59,60)
40: 1920x1080, 16-bit (25,29,30,50,59,60)
41: 1920x1080, 32-bit (25,29,30,50,59,60)
42: 1920x1200, 16-bit (59,60)
43: 1920x1200, 32-bit (59,60)
'
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 (1920*1200) [1920*0]', 44 display modes (enabled)
Display buffer mode = 1
Enumerating DirectSound devices..
Enumerating WASAPI devices...
Enumeration end
0:WA: Default Audio Device
1:WA: Digital Audio (S/PDIF) (High Definition Audio Device)
2:WA: Digital Audio (S/PDIF) (High Definition Audio Device)
3:WA: Speakers (High Definition Audio Device)
4:DS: Primary Sound Driver
5:DS: Speakers (High Definition Audio Device)
6:DS: Digital Audio (S/PDIF) (High Definition Audio Device)
7:DS: Digital Audio (S/PDIF) (High Definition Audio Device)
Enumerating recording devices:
0:DS: Primary Sound Capture Driver
1:DS: Digital Audio (S/PDIF) (High Definition Audio Device)
done
Filesystem charset (ACP=1252,FSCP=28605):
 00: 0000        01: 0001        02: 0002        03: 0003       
 04: 0004        05: 0005        06: 0006        07: 0007       
 08: 0008        09: 0009        0A: 000A        0B: 000B       
 0C: 000C        0D: 000D        0E: 000E        0F: 000F       
 10: 0010        11: 0011        12: 0012        13: 0013       
 14: 0014        15: 0015        16: 0016        17: 0017       
 18: 0018        19: 0019        1A: 001A        1B: 001B       
 1C: 001C        1D: 001D        1E: 001E        1F: 001F       
 20: 0020        21: 0021        22: 0022        23: 0023       
 24: 0024        25: 0025        26: 0026        27: 0027       
 28: 0028        29: 0029        2A: 002A        2B: 002B       
 2C: 002C        2D: 002D        2E: 002E        2F: 002F       
 30: 0030        31: 0031        32: 0032        33: 0033       
 34: 0034        35: 0035        36: 0036        37: 0037       
 38: 0038        39: 0039        3A: 003A        3B: 003B       
 3C: 003C        3D: 003D        3E: 003E        3F: 003F       
 40: 0040        41: 0041        42: 0042        43: 0043       
 44: 0044        45: 0045        46: 0046        47: 0047       
 48: 0048        49: 0049        4A: 004A        4B: 004B       
 4C: 004C        4D: 004D        4E: 004E        4F: 004F       
 50: 0050        51: 0051        52: 0052        53: 0053       
 54: 0054        55: 0055        56: 0056        57: 0057       
 58: 0058        59: 0059        5A: 005A        5B: 005B       
 5C: 005C        5D: 005D        5E: 005E        5F: 005F       
 60: 0060        61: 0061        62: 0062        63: 0063       
 64: 0064        65: 0065        66: 0066        67: 0067       
 68: 0068        69: 0069        6A: 006A        6B: 006B       
 6C: 006C        6D: 006D        6E: 006E        6F: 006F       
 70: 0070        71: 0071        72: 0072        73: 0073       
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 78: 0078        79: 0079        7A: 007A        7B: 007B       
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 B0: 00B0        B1: 00B1        B2: 00B2        B3: 00B3       
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 E0: 00E0        E1: 00E1        E2: 00E2        E3: 00E3       
 E4: 00E4        E5: 00E5        E6: 00E6        E7: 00E7       
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 F0: 00F0        F1: 00F1        F2: 00F2        F3: 00F3       
 F4: 00F4        F5: 00F5        F6: 00F6        F7: 00F7       
 F8: 00F8        F9: 00F9        FA: 00FA        FB: 00FB       
 FC: 00FC        FD: 00FD        FE: 00FE        FF: 00FF       
End
CW: No Catweasel detected
PARAPORT: no ParaPort.dll, direct parallel port emulation disabled
IPC: Named Pipe '
\\.\pipe\WinUAE_1' open
IPC: Named Pipe '
\\.\pipe\WinUAE_COM_1' open
Serial port enumeration..
Parallel port enumeration..
Port enumeration end
RawInput enumeration..
RAWINPUT: found 9 devices
00070155 mouse: '
\\?\HID#WmVirtualDevice#2&2b3e62a0&1&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd}'
id=256 buttons=8 hw=0 rate=0
00130075 keyboard
'\\?\HID#WmVirtualDevice#2&25d493e&1&0000#{884b96c3-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd}'
type=81 sub=0 mode=1 fkeys=12 indicators=3 tkeys=110
000B003F keyboard
'\\?\HID#VID_06A3&PID_8021&MI_00#7&252e55c4&0&0000#{884b96c3-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd}'
type=81 sub=0 mode=1 fkeys=12 indicators=3 tkeys=264
000B003B mouse
'\\?\HID#VID_1532&PID_0007#6&c47e58&0&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd}'
id=256 buttons=8 hw=0 rate=0
'HID-compliant mouse [1532/0007]' ('\\?\HID#VID_1532&PID_0007#6&c47e58&0&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd}')
'HID-compliant mouse' ('\\?\HID#WmVirtualDevice#2&2b3e62a0&1&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd}')
'HID Keyboard Device' ('\\?\HID#WmVirtualDevice#2&25d493e&1&0000#{884b96c3-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd}')
'HID Keyboard Device [06A3/8021]' ('\\?\HID#VID_06A3&PID_8021&MI_00#7&252e55c4&0&0000#{884b96c3-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd}')
RAWINPUT test okusage=2
RAWINPUT test ok
usage=6
DirectInput enumeration
.. Game controllers..
Windowsmouse initialization..
Catweasel joymouse initialization..
wintab tablet initialization..
Tabletno wintab32.dll
end
Max Z3FastRAM 2048M
Total physical RAM 10238M
load config 
'C:\Users\Public\Documents\Amiga Files\WinUAE\Configurations\default.uae':0
load failed
failed to load config 
'C:\Users\Public\Documents\Amiga Files\WinUAE\Configurations\default.uae'
LCDLogitech LCD system not detected
'C:\Users\Public\Documents\Amiga Files\WinUAE\Configurations\configuration.cache' load failed
'C:\Users\Public\Documents\Amiga Files\WinUAE\Configurations\configuration.cache' flushed
'C:\Users\Public\Documents\Amiga Files\WinUAE\Configurations\configuration.cache' created
Entering GUI idle loop
One of the following system ROMs is required
:

KS ROM v3.0 (A1200rev 39.106 (512k) [391523-01/391524-01]
KS ROM v3.1 (A1200rev 40.68 (512k) [391773-01/391774-01]
KS ROM v3.1 (A4000)(Cloantorev 40.68 (512k)


Check the System ROM path in the Paths panel and click Rescan ROMs.
*: 
C:\Users\Public\Documents\Amiga Files\WinUAE\Amiga ROMS\Kickstart v3.1 rev 40.68 (1993)(Commodore)(A1200).rom:524288 KS ROM v3.1 (A1200rev 40.68 (512k) [391773-01/391774-01]
CRC32=1483A091 SHA1=E21545723FE8374E91342617604F1B3D703094F1
opening device 
'\\?\ide#diskwdc_wd1001fals-00j7b0___________________05.00k05#6&91573f0&0&0.0.0#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}'
device id string'WDC WD1001FALS-00J7B0 05.00K05 2020202057202d444d5754413156333035353533'
BPS=512 Cyls=121601 TPC=255 SPT=63 MediaType=12
device size 1000204886016 
(0xe8e0db6000bytes
8 MBR partitions found
0
num1 type07 offset1048576 size214748364800type not 0x76 or 0x30
1
num2 type07 offset214749413376 size107374182400type not 0x76 or 0x30
2
num3 type07 offset322123595776 size214748364800type not 0x76 or 0x30
3
num0 type0F offset536871960576 size463331131392unrecognized
4
num4 type07 offset536873009152 size463330082816type not 0x76 or 0x30
non
-empty MBR partition table detecteddoing RDB check anyway
hd ignored
NTFS partitions
opening device 
'\\?\ide#diskwdc_wd5001aals-00l3b2___________________01.03b01#6&31f68d52&0&1.0.0#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}'
device id string'WDC WD5001AALS-00L3B2 01.03B01 2020202057202d44435754413030353938363331'
BPS=512 Cyls=60801 TPC=255 SPT=63 MediaType=12
device size 500107862016 
(0x7470c06000bytes
4 MBR partitions found
0
num1 type07 offset1048576 size262144000000type not 0x76 or 0x30
non
-empty MBR partition table detecteddoing RDB check anyway
hd ignored
NTFS partitions
opening device 
'\\?\scsi#disk&ven_crucial_&prod_ct256m225&rev_9161#5&2582aadc&0&000000#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}'
device id string'CRUCIAL_ CT256M225        9161 5S5926-8FAXBB-114983'
BPS=512 Cyls=31130 TPC=255 SPT=63 MediaType=12
device size 256060514304 
(0x3b9e656000bytes
4 MBR partitions found
0
num1 type07 offset1048576 size256057016320type not 0x76 or 0x30
non
-empty MBR partition table detecteddoing RDB check anyway
hd ignored
NTFS partitions
opening device 
'\\?\scsi#disk&ven_wdc&prod_wd5001aals-00l3b&rev_100.#5&2582aadc&0&000100#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}'
device id string'WDC      WD5001AALS-00L3B 100.     W -DMWTA00200074'
BPS=512 Cyls=64601 TPC=240 SPT=63 MediaType=12
device size 500107862016 
(0x7470c06000bytes
8 MBR partitions found
0
num1 type07 offset32256 size262140609024type not 0x76 or 0x30
1
num0 type0F offset262140672512 size237967164928unrecognized
4
num2 type07 offset262140854272 size237965934592type not 0x76 or 0x30
non
-empty MBR partition table detecteddoing RDB check anyway
hd ignored
NTFS partitions
opening device 
'\\?\usbstor#disk&ven_&prod_&rev_#152d203380b6&0#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}'
device id string''
IOCTL_DISK_GET_LENGTH_INFO failed with error code 21.
IOCTL_DISK_GET_LENGTH_INFO not supported
detected disk size may not be correct.
BPS=512 Cyls=0 TPC=0 SPT=0 MediaType=12
device size 0 
(0x0bytes
IOCTL_DISK_GET_DRIVE_LAYOUT failed with error code 21.
opening device 
'\\?\usbstor#disk&ven_daneelec&prod_z_mate_16gb&rev_pmap#928902030229&0#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}'
device id string'DaneElec Z Mate 16GB      PMAP '
BPS=512 Cyls=1949 TPC=255 SPT=63 MediaType=11
device size 16039018496 
(0x3bc000000bytes
4 MBR partitions found
0
num1 type0C offset4128768 size16034889728type not 0x76 or 0x30
non
-empty MBR partition table detecteddoing RDB check anyway
opening device 
'\\?\usbstor#disk&ven_generic&prod_flash_hs-cf&rev_4.49#000022272228&0#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}'
device id string'Generic  Flash HS-CF 4.49 4'
IOCTL_DISK_GET_DRIVE_GEOMETRY failed with error code 2.
IOCTL_DISK_GET_LENGTH_INFO failed with error code 2.
IOCTL_DISK_GET_LENGTH_INFO not supported
detected disk size may not be correct.
Can't detect size of device
opening device '
\\?\usbstor#disk&ven_generic&prod_flash_hs-combo&rev_4.49#000022272228&1#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}'
device id string'Generic  Flash HS-COMBO 4.49 4'
IOCTL_DISK_GET_DRIVE_GEOMETRY failed with error code 2.
IOCTL_DISK_GET_LENGTH_INFO failed with error code 2.
IOCTL_DISK_GET_LENGTH_INFO not supported
detected disk size may not be correct.
Can't detect size of device
opening device '
\\.\C:'
device id string: '
CRUCIAL_ CT256M225        9161 5S5926-8FAXBB-114983'
duplicate device, ignored
opening device '
\\.\D:'
device id string: '
DaneElec Z Mate 16GB      PMAP '
duplicate device, ignored
opening device '
\\.\F:'
device id string: '
WDC WD5001AALS-00L3B2 01.03B01 2020202057202d44435754413030353938363331'
duplicate device, ignored
opening device '
\\.\G:'
device id string: '
WDC WD1001FALS-00J7B0 05.00K05 2020202057202d444d5754413156333035353533'
duplicate device, ignored
opening device '
\\.\H:'
device id string: '
WDC WD1001FALS-00J7B0 05.00K05 2020202057202d444d5754413156333035353533'
duplicate device, ignored
opening device '
\\.\I:'
device id string: '
HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH22NS40 NL02'
BPS=2048 Cyls=1362 TPC=64 SPT=32 MediaType=11
device size 5713471488 (0x1548ca800) bytes
1 MBR par 
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Are you able to back up the drive on a CF card via the PCMCIA slot?

I suggest backing it up that way and replacing with a CF-IDE adapter, a nice 2 or 4gb CF card would be silent, just as fast and use less power.

Many of my old drives have started to fail and I've gone accross to CF storage or newer drives.

By the way if you back up all your files on a CF you can use WinUAE to restore it all to your new drive.

Steve.
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A total random clutch at a straw idea...

If I could find a file (boot image) downloadable from somewhere? If I booted from that into workbench would the booted Workbench detect the drive? Or would it be WinUAE that must give the drives to the emulator and then to the workbench?
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IOCTL_DISK_GET_LENGTH_INFO failed with error code 21. 
IOCTL_DISK_GET_LENGTH_INFO not supported, detected disk size may not be correct. 
BPS=512 Cyls=0 TPC=0 SPT=0 MediaType=12 
device size 0 (0x0) bytes 
IOCTL_DISK_GET_DRIVE_LAYOUT failed with error code 21.
I guess it is this one. I have seen similar results when very old drive was connected via USB adapter. It is detected but any access attempt only returns errors. I think USB adapters require higher ATA level than "ancient". (maybe even UDMA?)
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A total random clutch at a straw idea...

If I could find a file (boot image) downloadable from somewhere? If I booted from that into workbench would the booted Workbench detect the drive? Or would it be WinUAE that must give the drives to the emulator and then to the workbench?
Nope, you need to add the drive in the WinUAE Hard Drive settings.
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Are you able to back up the drive on a CF card via the PCMCIA slot?

I suggest backing it up that way and replacing with a CF-IDE adapter, a nice 2 or 4gb CF card would be silent, just as fast and use less power.

Many of my old drives have started to fail and I've gone accross to CF storage or newer drives.

By the way if you back up all your files on a CF you can use WinUAE to restore it all to your new drive.

Steve.

The problem is my A1200 no longer has a working mouse, working internal floppy drive and the power pack popped last time I plugged it all in.

These are my last attempts at getting thousands of hours of my younger days of sampling sounds with audio engineer sound sampler, writing lots and lots of tracks in octamed and noisetracker. I even have some of my art GCSE on the hard drive lol... Would be awesomely scary to get a listen and look at all that.
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The problem is my A1200 no longer has a working mouse, working internal floppy drive and the power pack popped last time I plugged it all in.

These are my last attempts at getting thousands of hours of my younger days of sampling sounds with audio engineer sound sampler, writing lots and lots of tracks in octamed and noisetracker. I even have some of my art GCSE on the hard drive lol... Would be awesomely scary to get a listen and look at all that.

Where abouts in 'London' are you? Maybe I can help you out and create a HDF of it for you?

I work in Bromley...
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IOCTL_DISK_GET_LENGTH_INFO failed with error code 21. 
IOCTL_DISK_GET_LENGTH_INFO not supported, detected disk size may not be correct. 
BPS=512 Cyls=0 TPC=0 SPT=0 MediaType=12 
device size 0 (0x0) bytes 
IOCTL_DISK_GET_DRIVE_LAYOUT failed with error code 21.
I guess it is this one. I have seen similar results when very old drive was connected via USB adapter. It is detected but any access attempt only returns errors. I think USB adapters require higher ATA level than "ancient". (maybe even UDMA?)

Erm... ok... ?
Not sure what you want me to do? Am I able to increase ATA / UDMA rights? Arent these connection types?

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Where abouts in 'London' are you? Maybe I can help you out and create a HDF of it for you?

I work in Bromley...
I live in Bromley, grove park is my train stop. HDF? I'm guessing that's a file image of the HD?

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Erm... ok... ?
Not sure what you want me to do? Am I able to increase ATA / UDMA rights? Arent these connection types?
Would this be corrected if I bought the internal IDE connector cable?

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I live in Bromley, grove park is my train stop. HDF? I'm guessing that's a file image of the HD?
Wow, near by then!

Yep a HDF is a Hard Drive Image that WinUAE can use, you add the HDF instead of the hard drive.

Then you can access all your data.

What I could do is pop your Hard Drive in my A1200, boot from it, install Compact Flash Drivers from Floppy and make a backup of the contents of your drive to a CF card, access it in my WinUAE setup and and transfer the files to an empty HDF that I can send to you via MSN, FTP or even burn to a CD for you.

I can return the drive to you for safe keeping.

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Wow, near by then!

Yep a HDF is a Hard Drive Image that WinUAE can use, you add the HDF instead of the hard drive.

Then you can access all your data.

What I could do is pop your Hard Drive in my A1200, boot from it, install Compact Flash Drivers from Floppy and make a backup of the contents of your drive to a CF card, access it in my WinUAE setup and and transfer the files to an empty HDF that I can send to you via MSN, FTP or even burn to a CD for you.

I can return the drive to you for safe keeping.

Steve.

Small world eh Nice one, legend!

I just ordered the internal IDE cable from amazon.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Laptop-Drive...661233&sr=1-20

Will give that a try in WinUAE when it arrives and if not it would be awesome if you could 7zip the drive up and ftp it to somewhere for me.

However I do still have the last octamed track I ever made:
http://www.allforthecode.co.uk/amiga/Enduced.MP3
Total crap but was great at the time

Will post back on this forum when I get that cable work or fail.

Thanks for all your help

Cheers

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@Darcey

Fingers crossed for the cable, if thats no good then I'd be happy to help out

All the best!

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IDE cable will work, unless drive is extremely ancient with buggy firmware. Some very old drives may require forced PIO0 setting in PC BIOS.
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What I could do is pop your Hard Drive in my A1200, boot from it, install Compact Flash Drivers from Floppy and make a backup of the contents of your drive to a CF card, access it in my WinUAE setup and and transfer the files to an empty HDF that I can send to you via MSN, FTP or even burn to a CD for you.
If you want an exact image of the drive, you should create the HDF already on the Amiga from the original disk. Use TSGUI to create a HDF in RDB mode which means that the entire drive with all partitions will be put into one HDF.

Or, if you want to save space and stick with copying files, you should make a VHD file rather than a HDF (WinUAE calls it "dynamic HDF"). This way the image file takes up only as much space as the files it contains but is as accurate as a fixed-size HDF.

Note that if you copy Amiga files to a FAT formatted CF card, you loose file comments and protection bits. Better use an Amiga archiver like LhA to archive files with all their attributes. Or make a HDF like described above.
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