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Re: Icaros Desktop 2.2 released!

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It has been some time and I have still not recover my partion
And I decided to order 64gb scandisk sd card and download new icaros 2.2 lite version on my acer aspire one and booted from cd is fine than install icaros without extras.

Installer don't install tools/ system/ s/ and I get requester
Asking me to insert "othdest" at the end of installation than reboot than nothing happens.

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Re: Happy to be here...

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Welcome on board guys..

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Re: openra (Red Alert)

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hi

sorry but the port of openra is over? if you can download it?

thanks


You know I was having problems with my aros and not fixed yet but I am on the right direction and soon I will recover and get back into coding than I will link the download.

Posted on: 4/19 7:48
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Re: update from 2.1.3 to x-mass edition HD errors

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So which one should I go for?

Intel

(Assuming you are using a normal consumer Notebook)


Yes aspire one

Thank you ,

Posted on: 4/1 13:52
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Re: update from 2.1.3 to x-mass edition HD errors

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@oGALAXYo

Running testdisk via hirens cd live

Please select the partition table type
The options are
Intel
Efi gpt
Human
Mac
None
Sun
Xbox

So which one should I go for?

Thank you..

Posted on: 3/31 12:02
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Re: update from 2.1.3 to x-mass edition HD errors

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Thank you gents, I try all the options.

Posted on: 3/9 13:31
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Re: update from 2.1.3 to x-mass edition HD errors

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I'm confused: I thought you said in your first post that you could read your files from HD if you set IDE mode in the BIOS? If so, why don't you copy them somewhere safe?


Sorry yes I did once but after rebooting they gone and not visible anymore andI know I can recover them if I can remember or if found my little book which has partition sizes , it was aros: and work: but I can not remember sizes and I am sure it can be recovered

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Re: update from 2.1.3 to x-mass edition HD errors

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Is there any tool for Linux or windows will do the job for me?

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Re: update from 2.1.3 to x-mass edition HD errors

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I am not going to format because I can not find the backup cd, all my work in that HD,I wait until someone to come up with tool like sfs doctor.

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Re: update from 2.1.3 to x-mass edition HD errors

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I have really tried hard not to format my harddisks because I had alot of half cooked on going projects and I know I can resolve the problem but I can not remember size of the 2 partitions I had and I did wrote somewhere but I can not find that little book .

Just want to ask is there way to find previous harddisks partition size?

I know we don't have sfs doctor but 68k has some tools can they do the job?

Posted on: 3/3 9:03
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