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nigsy

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  • Birthday 11/23/1970

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  1. Well it's been a sad few weeks in rock.....but this one hit me most......Cheers for the blues Dusty.
  2. Is SDE4 the drive you are having issues with? If it is Ubuntu can see it - Try Photorec as previously advised - It should be in the Ubuntu repository if not look here for instructions: https://www.journaldev.com/37328/photorec-recover-deleted-files-in-linux-ubuntu
  3. Never heard of EXT2FSD; have you tried Photorec as suggested by both me and TX? Can Ubuntu see the drive you are trying to repair; you may need to mount the drive - Use gparted for this in ubuntu
  4. Be wary of 'Health Check' apps; they all appear free; tell you you've got a tonne of problems then hit you with annual subscriptions to fix the issues. Not sure if this project is still going; but Toolwiz was completely free: https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/toolwiz_care.html If not Google CCleaner.
  5. I'm going to suggest that after nearly 17 years; they've got engaged, married and have enjoyed a great life together; so no point in dragging up an old post for your spam. - Oh and not to be pedantic it's "Varieties".
  6. And there's your issue. You need the 64bit driver; that's why it's failing to find a 32bit dll in the library. Try here and select the 64bit option. https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/29330/Intel-Wireless-Bluetooth-for-Windows-7-
  7. Are you running 32bit or 64bit windows?
  8. Happy birthday bud. Hope you and yours have a good one. All the best from across the pond. Cheers!
  9. Have a look here and see if this helps: https://superuser.com/questions/1492060/procedure-entry-point-setdefaultdlldirectories-could-not-be-located-kernel32-dll
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