>I am also having trouble with my A: drive. It locks up my machine every
>time I try to access it from within windows98. In DOS it works great, and
>thusly I am here.
It takes a Windows user 3 reformats to discover that they're headed in theQuote:>To reformat is not absolutely the answer. It is a software issue, having
>some conflict with a windows driver. To reformat and reinstall, it seems
>only logical that a like install will only reinstall the defective driver
>I have been thru 3 reformats for this particular problem, and am no closer
>to having a solution than I was with the first reformat.
It may take a Windows user MORE than 3 reformats to conclude futility.Quote:>It may help, but dont be too surprised if it does not.
Anthony Robbins defines insanity as repeating the same actions to get
I don't have a problem with Windows users. I just have a problem when they
think M$ invented things, M$ made those things work together, or M$ don't
try to cheat on their taxes.