Giventofly08 wrote:Okay, thank you for the good explanation. I will take your advice and acquire a XP system for further use on my research. Thanks again!
Is the problem already solved, or am I missing something?
In my case, I can't write the the SD Micro Flash, not directly, nor through the adapters (SD -> USB) and not through any of the hubs. I tried unmounting (from the Command Processor, run as an Administrator). No effect. Windows 7 does not give up.
Everything is OK. when I am using my LapTop XP. This Windows 7 is the problem.
Thanks to the Author for the nice program. A clean interface and a number of very useful alternatives (for the programmers) and the fast display response makes it nice to work with. A couple of suggestios, however:
1. While doing what you have to do, when opening the filesystem and/or the disk, you have to figure out the "parameters". Why not making these "parameters" available to the user? I mean, the Partition Table (basics), MBR location, FAT location, DIR area location, etc. At least for the single partition FAT -based file systems. How the whole filesys is located on the physical media ... A separate Quick Info Display for this stuff. Well ... I know it's hard, because there are so many alternatives.
2. A Quick Backup/Restore Button would be nice. Backing/Restoring up/down the whole contents, all *physical* sectors, one-to-one, into/from the Image File. There are not too many programs to do this thing in an easy
OK, this was an Enhancement Request, but anyways ...