Re: Beagle Brick
On 12/12/2011 16:45, patric wrote:
Thought I'd give it another try and much to my surprise my BB tried booting
instead of going straight into supervisor mode:
Error: Unable to create files in
error returned is: "The disc has no more available space"
(Error number &6)
After going to *desktop however I could see and open my drive, which had
been impossible before. Turns out my "80GB" hdd was full to the brim @75GB,
ADFS does seem to be more wasteful than FAT32! I used to get 78GB out of
drive under Windows.
You haven't run DiscKnight with the recover deleted files option set? As
what this does it turn *all* the free space on drive into files, so any
deleted data can be manually searched for and recovered.
If that is the case you will have a $.Lost+Found directory, which you
should delete to recover the free space.
- Re: Beagle Brick
... You haven't run DiscKnight with the recover deleted files option set? ... As what this does it turn *all* the free space on drive into files, so any deleted data can be manually searched for and recovered. ... If that is the case you will have a $.Lost+Found directory, which you should delete to recover the free space. ...
- Re: FAT32 or NTFS?
... >>10% wastage on 10 volumes is one whole hard disk wasted. ... >uncertainty about free space. ... Corrupt data can be better than none, ... "you can only recover part of the database". ...
- Re: Sure delete
... I'm sure the free space of my HD is unrecoverable, but do existing files keep any track of the former data recorded in their physical sectors? ... Namely, before I ran Sure Delete the free sectors were currently re-used to record new or modified files, so perhaps they have been recorded only 1,2 or 3 times and so some highlevel recovery utility would be able to recover their previous content. ... Does formatting cancel any track of the previous content? ... I don't know about command line options for Sure Delete but I can assure you that no one has ever been able to recover files on a securely wiped drive. ...
- Re: I need to defrag my Exchange database and need some advice using eseutil
... I set my DIR settings to "0" before I run the eseutil. ... more than just overnight for the free space to become available to recover. ... logically deleting mailboxes that add up to 6GB isnt ...
- Re: Please explain secure file deletion methods
... Many of those tools also handle wiping files that aren't there, ... free space, slack space, swap file, etc. Check out BCwipe from ... > easily able to recover so called deleted files and folders using a program ... > called 'Recover my Files'. ...