Using dd command and copy
Mon Oct 22 11:31:00 GMT 2012
Corinna Vinschen-2 wrote
> Shouldn't diskpart do the trick? The diskpart command is "rescan"
I found that "rescan" is not working BUT "remove" followed by "assigned" is
select volume d
remove letter d
One thing I found it is interesting is, when I use "remove", the drive is
still there in the Control Panel Disk Management but no letter is assigned.
If I then use "assign", the drive is assigned with letter and the drive is
no longer empty!
I tried "rescan" or "sync -r/-e" (marco suggested) that both attempt to
flush the filesystem, the drive is still empty after flushing.
Anyway, thanks a lot for your help!
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