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Subject: Re: Spot is held captive by Windows! ugh!
From: Sharon (sharon25_at_cox.net)
>Possibly - you can check the disk with the usual windows tools. Right
>click on the drive, select "Properties", and then go to the "Tools" tab,
>IIRC. Unless a file was open or being accessed when you unplugged the
>unit, you're probably OK.
I did this and it told me it could check the disk because it had to
restart to have access to some windows files on the disk. I rebooted
and tried again and the same message comes up. So obviously I am not
going to be able to check the disk using the Tools tab.
The folders on the disk still appear to be there, but when I try to
delete the root.m3u file, the second I click on it Microsoft
encounters a problem and wants to send itself an error report. This
happened multiple times.
Did I destroy my Jukebox??? )o:
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