IBM SCSI Won't Read .PSD Files - HELP!!!!
I formatted my IBM DGVS 8.5 G SCSI HD w/Partition Magic 4.0 into one big FAT32 partition. I copied many of my large files to it as temporary storage while agjust my main drive. Now, scandisk detects errors, and has gotten increasingly worse until this last time when it took 5 hours and then stopped claiming another program or utility was using the drive. All of the file names, icons, sizes, and dates are all intact. However, while trying to open .psd files in Adobe Photoshop 5, it starts to open and then says the file is corrupt. I am not able to copy or move the files to another drive. I haven't tried copying them through DOS yet, which may work. The weird part is, this is only with Photoshop files. I have them in many different directories, negating the possiblility of destroyed sectors. What can I do?! I read in another message to make the cluster size larger cause Win98 has a problem with 1 logical partition larger than 8 G with <8K clusters. Is it possible that the partitioning messed up the drive in some way?! Anything you could suggest would be great as I really need these files. Thanks!
See if this helps as a tempary solution.
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