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Open the OverDrive test that is showing the F drive and at the upper left click on 'Test History', then scroll down to just below the listed results and click on 'Purge old tests for this configuration'.

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You originally stated that the problem was that the F drive was showing. Was the F drive flagged as having a problem?

 

The test cannot update for a drive that is no longer there. Any time the drive configuration is changed for a specific computer the only way to remove drives that are no longer connected is to purge the test history.

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Here are system specs.

PC Pitstop Active X Build211BrowserMSIE 7.0System OSWindows XP Pro SP3System OS Install Date9/4/2000 5:50:41 AMSystem MakeINTEL_System ModelD875BZLKSystem Serial NumberAZBZ33300764Main Board MakeIntel CorporationMain Board ModelD875PBZMain Board VersionAAC26680-205Main Board BIOSIntel Corp. BIOS Date: 04/23/03 14:48:50 Ver: 08.00.09 INTEL - 20030423 20030423Processor DescriptionIntel Pentium 4Number of Processors1Processor Clock Speed3000 MhzGraphics DescriptionNVIDIA GeForce4 MX 4000Memory Installed2048 MBsMemory Slots4 slotsMemory Configuration512+512+512+512;DIMM SynchronousDrive Name © Drive Size © 131069 MBsDrive Format © NTFS Drive Name (E) Drive Size (E) 107395 MBsDrive Format (E) NTFS Drive Name (F) Drive Size (F) 476929 MBsDrive Format (F) NTFS DVD-RAM ModelATAPI iHAS324 ADVD-RAM Read Speed16620 KB/sec (94X)DVD-RAM Write Speed0 KB/sec (94X)Monitor ModelPTS 2623Monitor Resolution1600 x 1200 pixelsMonitor Screen Size14 x 10.1 inches

17.3 inches (diagonal)Monitor Manufacture Date

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Thank you for the OverDrive link. It is showing that the test history from June 4 has not been purged:

 

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Open your OverDrive test results, click on Test History and click the link to purge the history.

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Ok, I purged the test history again without having a scan open. here is the results. http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=23610178 .

Oops, maybe I do have a f drive. I completely forgot about a drive I have hooked up through a usb port. When I looked inside the computer case, I only saw the one drive.(which is configured as two seperate drives). But I still don't know why the usb drive shows on the scan and not anywhere on my computer that I can find.

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