[futurebasic] Re: [FB] re: Text rescue

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From: Pete Beaumont <furbies@...>
Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2004 21:07:50 +1100
On Tuesday, March 9, 2004, at 03:58  PM, Laurent SIEBENMANN wrote:

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> Hello RC, Brian Stevens, Ken Shmidheiser!
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> Most grateful I am for your answers bearing much hope.

laurent:

have you tried removing the HDD from the PB1400, and putting it into an
external 2.5' FireWire/USB HDD case and trying to access it from there ?

Pete...								(the other one)


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> Unfortunately Ken's tip leads nowhere, since my failed rescue
> attempt with DiskWarrior already used the 'scavenge' process.
> In short, DiskWarrior is decidedly not my friend today.
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> RC recommends: "Data Rescue" (triply) and Brian concurs.
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> That is a promising possibility except for one preliminary
> problem:- The currently posted version of Data Rescue (namely
> 4.3.0) is *not* compatible with (OS86 + Carbon 1.6) on an
> accelerated PB1400 on which the bad Fuji volume is located.  It
> *is* compatible with OS92 on a G3 and looks impressive there.
> But it is not compatible with OS86 on the same G3.
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> The interesting idea of mounting the old PB's disk on the beige
> GC using the PB1400's ability to emulate external SCSI failed.
> Indeed, the only computer on which I am able to thus SCSI mount
> the PB disk is another PB1400.  And I am not at all sure that
> OS92 works on the PB1400 series. (Can anyone recall?)
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> At this point it looks as if my best hope of automated disk
> rescue is an older classic version of "Data Rescue".
> Do any of you have a version prior to the current 4.3.0?
> Or better one that has worked for you under OS86?
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> LS
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> (still stuck without a paddle ;)
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> PS. cc your replies to me, please.
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