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Can not "see" files on some partitions

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I do not know what happend to my OS/2 Warp 4 Installation a few weeks ago. I have my system set up to run several Operating Systems on 8 or 9 partitions of my main drive.

Now, when I go to the OS/2-Drive-Selection-Window, I can select my D and E-Drives (16-Bit File Allocation Table), but I can not access any data on them. There seems to be some filter active, that filters out all files, the error-message is kind of: "No Objects found" or "no object found that match the creteria".

I found some panel that seems to be the filter-setup, and I changed the entries but did not find a way to save the new settings.

Strangely, when I start a DOS-Session in OS/2 I can see and manipulate each and every file on these drives.

OS/2 lives on a second primary C-Drive at the physical end of my 2Gig-ibm-scsi-dors-hd.

I have nearly no knowledge on OS/2, please be extremly detailed. If you solve my problem I will give an A-rating.

The IBM-software-helpline was not helpful with the setup at all, although I have had some great experiences with IBM-service in the hardware-section (ownig several Thinkpads).

regards

tabit

PS: Do not try to recommend a reinstallation of the OS, I can solve the problem this way myself. thanks
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by:hajek
ID: 1806139
The same happaned to me some time ago. Reason ? I deleted some os/2 files from the FAT partition root directory. Try to check the disk with writing the corrections. (The terms may be diffrent.)
Good luck.
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by:tabit
ID: 1806140
OK, I have formatted on of my fat-disks, but this is the other C-drive, and therefore I could nevers see this drive. The other Drives have had no changes, or does a windows95-reinstall automatically delete the os/2-files on all the partitions win95 can see? No this can not be. Everything started with one drive I could not see, the other came later.

tabit
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by:sbufton
ID: 1806141
First, check the disks. To do this, open the "Drives" window and click on D: and E: with the right mouse button (one at a time) and select 'Check disk...' (be careful not to select 'Format disk...'!). When this is complete, try opening the drive to see if you can see anything.

Second: which view of the drive do you get? You can specify a particular view by clicking on the drive with the right mouse button and selecting "Open ->" and then a view type. Try all of "Icon, Tree, Details" and see if you can see anything.

Third: open the drive's Properties (again: right mouse button) and select 'Include'. If there is a list of criteria, try deleting each item: select the item, then click the 'Delete' button. Then close the Properties window and the drive window, and reopen the drive window in icon view. You should be able to see *something* now.

(I'd suggest going back to the 'Include' settings afterwards and saying 'Add', then filling in the criteria to "Exclude" "Attribute: Hidden flag" "Comparison type: is equal to" "Comparison value: on", then clicking "Add" - this will make sure that files which the system is deliberately hiding from you are invisible.)
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by:tabit
ID: 1806142
I'll check your answer out, if it works, you'll recieve your rating

thanks so far

tabit
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by:tabit
ID: 1806143
you wrote:

>>First, check the disks. To do this, open the "Drives" window and click on D: and E: with the right mouse button (one at a time) and select 'Check disk...' (be careful not to select 'Format disk...'!). When this is complete, try opening the drive to see if you can see anything.<<

I tried that and the result is:

E checked OK
D checked OK
C checked Filesystem-Error

But: I can see and manipulate each and every file on C with every view and os-window, I can see and manipulate each and every file on all three drives with a DOS or WinOS/2-session on OS/2, but I can still not see a single file on D and E from OS/2-GUI-sessions (did not try os-2-command-lines by now).

you wrote:

>>open the drive's Properties (again: right mouse button) and select 'Include'. If there is a list of criteria, try deleting each item: select the item, then click the 'Delete' button. Then close the Properties window and the drive window, and reopen the
drive window in icon view. You should be able to see *something* now.<<

I saw that I deleteted all viewing-creteria in an earlier session, but to no avail.

Stay tuned while I reopen the question to other experts by rejecting your answer, because it did not solve my problem, feel free to drop a better answer.

For the other experts again: Do NOT recommend to reinstall OS/2, I can solve the problem this way myself and I do not want that.
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by:arjen
ID: 1806144
It seems to me just a Workplace Shell (WPS) problem.

The best way to check is to download fm/2 from hobbes and perform some file action. If this works it is a wps error.

But first locate the error!

Arjen
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by:tabit
ID: 1806145
Sorry, arjen,

I do not understand what you are talking about.
I know there is a WPS, but I think it is your task to locate the error and: what is hobbes, what is fm/2.

Please reread my question and give an answer I can understand

tabit
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by:arjen
ID: 1806146
WPS is the os/2 shell. I presume you use this when you are talking about os2-gui. WPS is just a program. You can live without it but do not try it for now.

FM/2 is a file manager. One of the best. Graphical. Pure OS/2.
Hobbes is the internet archive where you find the latest version of fm/2. http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/ Just search on fm2.

Leo is an other site. http://www.leo.org/archiv/os2/

So my advise is to download a os/2 file manager from a internet archive site and have a look at your logical drives.
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by:tabit
ID: 1806147
OK, I will give it a try an rate your answer, if it solves my problem. But: I recommend to reread the Q-history, because we found an FS-Error on the C-drive earlier, and I guess the real problem is there...
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by:sbufton
ID: 1806148
The filesystem error on C is probably due to the fact that C is
in use by OS/2, so cannot be corrected. If your C drive is HPFS
formatted instead of FAT, try adding the text

/AUTOCHECK:+C

to the end of the line

IFS=C:\OS2\HPFS.IFS ....

in your CONFIG.SYS

The /AUTOCHECK:+C will mean that the disk will be fully checked
the next time you start OS/2. Once you have done that once, you
can change the addition to /AUTOCHECK:C, which means that it
will only be checked if there was a problem last time you
switched off.
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by:tabit
ID: 1806149
Dear sbufton,

your answer seems very promising, if it works, I will reject the other answer and ask you to repost your comment as an answer. I did a bit more testing and saw, that every program I start and even OS/2-windows provide me with access to all the files on D and E.

Dear arjen,

I guess that fm2 is also a program, that can "see" all the drives. But to use another program does not solve the WPS-problem

tabit

tabit
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by:arjen
ID: 1806150
Oke, if fm/2 sees all your drives then the problem is a WPS error and not a os/2 error. This is in my view very important, because chkdsk and other commands will not change the wps error.

The next step to take is to make a backup of os2.ini and os2sys.ini in \os2. They may be hidden and system.

Make new versions of this files with the makeini command. See the os/2 help for instructies. It is something like:
makeini ini.rc os2.ini
makeini inisys.rc os2sys.ini
This makes new default ini-files.

Be aware that your startup archives are reset too.

Try to access your drives. If it works the ini-files are corrupt.
Arjen
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by:tabit
ID: 1806151
Dear Arjen, you are right, checkdisk corrected errors, but the problem is the WPS. I thought about reinstalling the WPS, tried to install Warp 4 over the old installation before I put this question but to no avail.

If your ini-file recreation works youll get your points.

tabit
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by:tabit
ID: 1806152
OK, Arjen, even to delete the backed-up OS2.ini and OS2sys.ini did not help. OS2 came up without them and still had the WPS-problem. Isn't it possible to uninstall/reinstall the WPS?

Dear Sbufton, you saw my earlier comment, checkdisk checked the disks and "corrected some minor errors on drive C" but the WPS-problem is still the same.

Could it be something in my config.sys?

tabit
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by:twh270
ID: 1806153
Open the properties dialog for the drive
and check the Include tab.  It should have
one line:

I  Flags  is less than  --H-  File System

Also, what does the "Details" tab for the
drive say?

I suppose one could write a REXX script to
delete and recreate the appropriate drive
objects....
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by:tabit
ID: 1806154
Dear twh270,

The properties are already checked and alright as you can see in the Question-History.

I do not know anything about REXX, but I know WPS worked once and does not work now.

please be a bit more detailed
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by:arelyea
ID: 1806155
try getting checkini, part of the WPTOOLS
located on the Musthaves
(www.musthave.com).  It is a very useful
set of utils.  Also, you could try
inimaint or unimaint; all three of these
are ini repair tools that find and repair
a multitude of ini problems.  The EXACT
URL for WPTOOLS is:  
ftp://os2.musthave.com/wptool19.zip

Give it a try, it *helped* fix a bad
desktop problem I recently had.
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by:tabit
ID: 1806156
Dear arelyea,

here is the checkini.log-file of my actual warp4-installation:

regards
tabit

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 Checking PM_Objects:ClassTable
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Class Ezplay in Module EZPLAY2 (EZPLAY2 CANNOT be loaded: SYS0002)
Class FxFile in Module C:\BONUSPAK\FAXWORKS\FXFILE.SOM (C:\BONUSPAK\FAXWORKS\FXFILE.SOM CANNOT be loaded: SYS0003)
Class ODwps in Module OPENDOC (OPENDOC CANNOT be loaded: SYS0002)
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 PM_Abstract:Objects & PM_Abstract:FldrContents
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  Object 2D6A5 <WP_NEWPROGRAM>, Class WPProgram : Alter Browser
   Exename: E:\TEMP\IEXPLORE.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: Not specified!
  Object 26846 <HPJET_CLIENT_EXE>, Class WPProgram : JetAdmin  client
   Exename: C:\BONUSPAK\HPJET\HPRCPEX.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: C:\BONUSPAK\HPJET<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2C79D <HPJET_ADMIN_EXE>, Class WPProgram : JetAdmin  administrator
   Exename: C:\BONUSPAK\HPJET\HPPDEX.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: C:\BONUSPAK\HPJET<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 29990 <WP_FPWO_README>, Class WPProgram : IBM Works  ReadMe
   Exename: C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\IBMWORKS.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: Not specified!
  Object 208EB <Faxworks>, Class WPProgram : Fax Works fr OS/2
   Exename: C:\BONUSPAK\FAXWORKS\FAXWORKS.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: C:\BONUSPAK\FAXWORKS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 222AF <WP_EOMWMSD>, Class WPProgram : MS Diagnostics:2
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\MSD.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2546A <WP_DHDALTDOSDRMSD>, Class WPProgram : MS Diagnostics:1
   Exename: D:\HDALT\DOSDR\MSD.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: D:\HDALT\DOSDR<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 271EF <WP_ETCPIPBINASSIST>, Class WPProgram : Assist
   Exename: E:\TCPIP\BIN\ASSIST.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\TCPIP\BIN<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2A936 <OD_SCRPER>, Class WPProgram : Script Editor  and Recorder
   Exename: C:\OPENDOC\BIN\SCREDREC.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: C:\OPENDOC\BIN<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2D742 <WP_DAATEMPLL3>, Class WPProgram : LapLink 3:1
   Exename: D:\AATEMP\LL3.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: D:\AATEMP<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2D870 <WP_EOS2MDOSQBASIC>, Class WPProgram : IBM DOS QBasic:1
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\QBASIC.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 20364 <WP_EOMWCLIPBRD>, Class WPProgram : Zwischenablage
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\CLIPBRD.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 22DFB <WP_EOMWPACKAGER>, Class WPProgram : Objekt-Manager
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\PACKAGER.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 232AB <WP_EOMWWRITE>, Class WPProgram : Write
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\WRITE.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 23543 <WP_EOMWCLOCK>, Class WPProgram : Uhr
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\CLOCK.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2469B <WP_EOMWSOUNDREC>, Class WPProgram : Klangrecorder
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\SOUNDREC.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 25955 <WP_EOMWCHARMAP>, Class WPProgram : Zeichentabelle
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\CHARMAP.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2819B <WP_EOMWPROGMAN>, Class WPProgram : Programm-Manager:1
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\PROGMAN.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 28CB8 <WP_EOMWWINFILE>, Class WPProgram : Datei-Manager
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\WINFILE.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 28EE6 <WP_EOMWMPLAYER>, Class WPProgram : Medien-Wiedergabe
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\MPLAYER.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2944F <WP_EOMWPBRUSH>, Class WPProgram : Paint Brush
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\PBRUSH.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 29743 <WP_EOMWPRINTMAN>, Class WPProgram : Druck-Manager
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\PRINTMAN.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2AD0A <WP_EOMWCONTROL>, Class WPProgram : Systemsteuerung
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\CONTROL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2C18D <WP_EOMWSETUP>, Class WPProgram : WIN-OS/2-Setup
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\SETUP.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2C3E7 <WP_EOMWCALC>, Class WPProgram : Rechner
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\CALC.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2CBEF <WP_EOMWCARDFILE>, Class WPProgram : Kartei
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\CARDFILE.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2D19D <WP_EOMWCALENDAR>, Class WPProgram : Kalender
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\CALENDAR.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2E727 <WP_EOMWNOTEPAD>, Class WPProgram : Editor
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\NOTEPAD.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 2E804 <WP_EOMWATMCNTRL>, Class WPProgram : ATM Control Panel
   Exename: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\ATMCNTRL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: E:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 22F58 <WP_DHDALTDOSWP51WP>, Class WPProgram : MULTIMATE 4.0
   Exename: D:\HDALT\DOSWP51\WP.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: D:\HDALT\DOSWP51<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 27595 <WP_DHDALTDOSWORKSWORKS>, Class WPProgram : MS Works
   Exename: D:\HDALT\DOSWORKS\WORKS.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: D:\HDALT\DOSWORKS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
  Object 25807 <OD_PREFS>, Class WPProgram : Part Editor Preferences
   Exename: C:\OPENDOC\BIN\ODPREFS.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS! Curdir: C:\OPENDOC\BIN<-UNABLE TO ACCESS!
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 Checking PMWP_ASSOC_FILTER
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 Checking PMWP_ASSOC_TYPE
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 Checking PMWP_ASSOC_CHECKSUM
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PM_Workplace:FolderPos:223284@20
  points to 36834 - E:\VORHERIGE ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\NETSCAPE!NAVIGATOR<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:246551@10
  points to 3C317 - E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\5<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:233045@10
  points to 38E55 - E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\6<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:248805@10
  points to 3CBE5 - E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\7\EXTRA<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:217354@10
  points to 3510A - E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\7<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:198377@10
  points to 306E9 - E:\HD&DISC\DISK100<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:205020@10
  points to 320DC - E:\HD&DISC\DISK120<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:203644@10
  points to 31B7C - E:\HD&DISC\DISK110<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:215034@10
  points to 347FA - E:\HD&DISC\DISK90<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:208000@10
  points to 32C80 - E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\8<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:244341@10
  points to 3BA75 - E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\9<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:238801@10
  points to 3A4D1 - E:\HD&DISC\DISC70<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:230058@10
  points to 382AA - E:\HD&DISC\DISK80\0<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:256419@10
  points to 3E9A3 - E:\HD&DISC<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:204491@10
  points to 31ECB - E:\HD&DISC\DISK80<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:248547@10
  points to 3CAE3 - A:\PATTERNS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:238760@10
  points to 3A4A8 - F:\WEBEX103<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:222953@10
  points to 366E9 - F:\DISKIMGS\OS2\35<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:230225@10
  points to 38351 - F:\DISKIMGS\OS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:250400@10
  points to 3D220 - E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:156612@20
  POINTS TO 263C4 - NON-EXISTING OBJECT
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:132353@20
  POINTS TO 20501 - NON-EXISTING OBJECT
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:240725@20
  points to 3AC55 - C:\NETSCAPE\OS2\NSOS2202.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:253220@20
  points to 3DD24 - C:\NETSCAPE\OS2\NSOS2202!1.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:198774@10
  points to 30876 - C:\NETSCAPE\OS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:230059@10
  points to 382AB - F:\NETSCAPE\SOFTWARE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:222668@10
  points to 365CC - F:\NETSCAPE\PROGRAM<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:198378@10
  points to 306EA - F:\NETSCAPE\PLUGINS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:211873@20
  points to 33BA1 - D:\ANNAN8S.TIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:221163@20
  points to 35FEB - C:\NSOS2202.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:65569@20
  POINTS TO 10021 - NON-EXISTING OBJECT
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:65554@20
  POINTS TO 10012 - NON-EXISTING OBJECT
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:215035@10
  points to 347FB - F:\NETSCAPE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:201069@10
  points to 3116D - F:\NETSCAPE\NSN16<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:243911@10
  points to 3B8C7 - F:\NETSCAPE\NSN32<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:231163@10
  points to 386FB - F:\HTDOCS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:200368@10
  points to 30EB0 - F:\EXPLORER<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:225227@20
  points to 36FCB - F:\CS_WIN\MOVS\SERVICE.MOV<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:209656@10
  points to 332F8 - F:\CS_WIN\MOVS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:212039@10
  points to 33C47 - F:\CS_WIN\SOFTWARE\VOCALTEC\SOFTWARE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:202688@10
  points to 317C0 - F:\CS_WIN\SOFTWARE\VOCALTEC<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:201096@10
  points to 31188 - F:\CS_WIN\SOFTWARE\PLANET<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:239613@10
  points to 3A7FD - F:\CS_WIN\SOFTWARE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
PM_Workplace:FolderPos:244483@20
  points to 3BB03 - C:\OS2\OS2.INI<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
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DRIV: A:\<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38972:A:             =>A:\<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3E6ED:EXTRA          =>A:\EXTRA<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3CAE3:PATTERNS       =>A:\PATTERNS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31FA2:JAPAN001.PCX   =>A:\JAPAN001.PCX<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35236:LIESMICH.HTM   =>F:\LIESMICH.HTM<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
32896:SHAREW         =>F:\SHAREW<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31FA7:OS2            =>F:\SHAREW\OS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35C7B:ZOC            =>F:\SHAREW\OS2\ZOC<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3D6BF:DEUTSCH        =>F:\SHAREW\OS2\ZOC\DEUTSCH<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30A1B:INSTALL.EXE    =>F:\SHAREW\OS2\ZOC\DEUTSCH\INSTALL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35073:SIO            =>F:\SHAREW\OS2\SIO<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3E0D2:INSTALL.EXE    =>F:\SHAREW\OS2\SIO\INSTALL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
34176:WORDPRO        =>F:\WORDPRO<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3057C:INSTALL        =>F:\WORDPRO\INSTALL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
37411:INSTALL.EXE    =>F:\WORDPRO\INSTALL\INSTALL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3C584:SIM2000        =>F:\SIM2000<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
32990:INSTALL.EXE    =>F:\SIM2000\INSTALL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3D76F:SC_OS2         =>F:\SC_OS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30508:REMOVE.EXE     =>F:\SC_OS2\REMOVE.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35884:SETUPOS2.EXE   =>F:\SETUPOS2.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A4A8:WEBEX103       =>F:\WEBEX103<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31F61:EXPLORE.EXE    =>F:\WEBEX103\EXPLORE.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
36E97:SAMPLES        =>F:\SAMPLES<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
362A7:AVI            =>F:\SAMPLES\AVI<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A974:CVID           =>F:\SAMPLES\AVI\CVID<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35B1A:320X240        =>F:\SAMPLES\AVI\CVID\320X240<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
392B2:24B15F         =>F:\SAMPLES\AVI\CVID\320X240\24B15F<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
306D7:TOKYO.AVI      =>F:\SAMPLES\AVI\CVID\320X240\24B15F\TOKYO.AVI<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
36A18:TLCLOUDS.AVI   =>F:\SAMPLES\AVI\CVID\320X240\24B15F\TLCLOUDS.AVI<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
33577:AUTMAERL.AVI   =>F:\SAMPLES\AVI\CVID\320X240\24B15F\AUTMAERL.AVI<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30F4C:MPEG           =>F:\SAMPLES\MPEG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3C854:SOFTART        =>F:\SAMPLES\MPEG\SOFTART<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
36308:AEDIT.MPG      =>F:\SAMPLES\MPEG\SOFTART\AEDIT.MPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
325A6:DISKIMGS       =>F:\DISKIMGS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38351:OS2            =>F:\DISKIMGS\OS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
366E9:35             =>F:\DISKIMGS\OS2\35<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
347FB:NETSCAPE       =>F:\NETSCAPE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
382AB:SOFTWARE       =>F:\NETSCAPE\SOFTWARE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31D8A:NSOS2202.EXE   =>F:\NETSCAPE\SOFTWARE\NSOS2202.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
365CC:PROGRAM        =>F:\NETSCAPE\PROGRAM<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
306EA:PLUGINS        =>F:\NETSCAPE\PLUGINS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3116D:NSN16          =>F:\NETSCAPE\NSN16<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3B8C7:NSN32          =>F:\NETSCAPE\NSN32<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
320DD:INDEX.HTM      =>F:\INDEX.HTM<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
386FB:HTDOCS         =>F:\HTDOCS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30EB0:EXPLORER       =>F:\EXPLORER<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3309C:CS_WIN         =>F:\CS_WIN<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
332F8:MOVS           =>F:\CS_WIN\MOVS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
36FCB:SERVICE.MOV    =>F:\CS_WIN\MOVS\SERVICE.MOV<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A7FD:SOFTWARE       =>F:\CS_WIN\SOFTWARE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
317C0:VOCALTEC       =>F:\CS_WIN\SOFTWARE\VOCALTEC<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
33C47:SOFTWARE       =>F:\CS_WIN\SOFTWARE\VOCALTEC\SOFTWARE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
379A8:BESCHREI.DOC   =>F:\CS_WIN\SOFTWARE\VOCALTEC\BESCHREI.DOC<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31188:PLANET         =>F:\CS_WIN\SOFTWARE\PLANET<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3B802:WPAVI.AVI      =>F:\CS_WIN\SOFTWARE\PLANET\WPAVI.AVI<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3378D:INSTTEMP.EPF   =>C:\INSTTEMP.EPF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35E53:NAVISW         =>C:\NAVISW<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
374A8:ANNOT          =>C:\NAVISW\ANNOT<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3DE8C:WIN32APP       =>C:\WIN32APP<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3BB3F:FREECELL       =>C:\WIN32APP\FREECELL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
326BF:FREECELL.EXE   =>C:\WIN32APP\FREECELL\FREECELL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3017D:CLWORKS3       =>C:\CLWORKS3<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3ACD6:CWEINF         =>C:\CLWORKS3\CWEINF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3915F:GRAPHIK        =>C:\CLWORKS3\GRAPHIK<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
34DD4:KEYS           =>C:\KEYS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3AB05:SDCTL.EXE      =>C:\KEYS\SDCTL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
357C9:SDCONECT.EXE   =>C:\KEYS\SDCONECT.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3889E:WORDPRO        =>C:\WORDPRO<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3CD26:WORDPRO.EXE    =>C:\WORDPRO\WORDPRO.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
328B9:DRAWSYM        =>C:\WORDPRO\DRAWSYM<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3BAFA:SMASTERS       =>C:\WORDPRO\SMASTERS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A4C0:DOCS           =>C:\WORDPRO\DOCS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3D6F6:SCRIPTS        =>C:\WORDPRO\SCRIPTS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
302A7:ICONS          =>C:\WORDPRO\ICONS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
34CD8:INIEDIT.EXE    =>C:\WORDPRO\INIEDIT.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35F01:LWPDLGED.EXE   =>C:\WORDPRO\LWPDLGED.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
300E5:MAXIS          =>C:\MAXIS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3E3DA:SCDEMO         =>C:\MAXIS\SCDEMO<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3C092:WAVENMX.SND    =>C:\MAXIS\SCDEMO\WAVENMX.SND<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
327F3:SCENARIO       =>C:\MAXIS\SCDEMO\SCENARIO<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3BB15:MIDI.SND       =>C:\MAXIS\SCDEMO\MIDI.SND<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
39A15:DATA           =>C:\MAXIS\SCDEMO\DATA<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
34638:SC2000.EXE     =>C:\MAXIS\SCDEMO\SC2000.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
310CC:CATALOGS       =>C:\CATALOGS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3BD55:FAMSAMC2       =>C:\CATALOGS\FAMSAMC2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31773:SC_OS2         =>C:\CATALOGS\FAMSAMC2\SC_OS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3DAB4:SHOWCASE.EXE   =>C:\CATALOGS\FAMSAMC2\SC_OS2\SHOWCASE.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3BB03:OS2.INI        =>C:\OS2\OS2.INI<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38D92:INSTALL OBJECT =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
32C7D:ART            =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\ART<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3E2DB:ODBASE         =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\ODBASE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3E9CF:COACHES        =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\COACHES<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31A91:DAXCOMP1       =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\DAXCOMP1<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
375C0:SYSMGT         =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\SYSMGT<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3CA6E:SRVDIAG        =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\SRVDIAG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3646D:SRVDOC         =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\SRVDOC<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
39C7B:ODSECBASE      =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\ODSECBASE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30D46:OS2BONUSPAK    =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\OS2BONUSPAK<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3891B:BPASKPSP       =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\OS2BONUSPAK\BPASKPSP<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
34D3A:BPCIM          =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\OS2BONUSPAK\BPCIM<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30E13:BPFAXWORKS     =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\OS2BONUSPAK\BPFAXWORKS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3D15B:BPHAL          =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\OS2BONUSPAK\BPHAL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
37FBC:BPHPCOMMON     =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\OS2BONUSPAK\BPHPCOMMON<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38136:BPHPJETCLIENT  =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\OS2BONUSPAK\BPHPJETCLIENT<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
37662:BPHPJETSERVER  =>C:\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL OBJECT\OS2BONUSPAK\BPHPJETSERVER<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3CD72:HPW            =>C:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\HPW<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3D3EE:OS2.###        =>C:\OS2\OS2.###<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A49C:TEMPORARY URL  =>C:\NOWHERE\TEMPORARY URL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31D35:šBUNGSORDNER   =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\šBUNGSORDNER<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3B082:BEISPIELOBJEKT =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\šBUNGSORDNER\BEISPIELOBJEKT<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3669D:MAXIS GAMES    =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\MAXIS GAMES<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35781:APPLICATION SAMPLER=>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\APPLICATION SAMPLER<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
39E62:TEST3.WAV      =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\TEST3.WAV<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3D9B0:IBM WORKS      =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\PROGRAMME\ANWENDUNGEN\IBM WORKS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31FA1:KONTAKTLISTE   =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\PROGRAMME\ANWENDUNGEN\IBM WORKS\KONTAKTLISTE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3DFE1:BERICHT        =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\PROGRAMME\ANWENDUNGEN\IBM WORKS\BERICHT<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3B172:DATENBANK      =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\PROGRAMME\ANWENDUNGEN\IBM WORKS\DATENBANK<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
36E96:DIAGRAMM       =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\PROGRAMME\ANWENDUNGEN\IBM WORKS\DIAGRAMM<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
362A6:TABELLE        =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\PROGRAMME\ANWENDUNGEN\IBM WORKS\TABELLE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A973:DOKUMENT       =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\PROGRAMME\ANWENDUNGEN\IBM WORKS\DOKUMENT<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
36F61:INSTALL.EXE    =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\INSTALL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
39DF1:CHKINI.CMD     =>C:\ARBEITSOBERFLŽCHE\CHKINI.CMD<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30A19:OPENDOC        =>C:\OPENDOC<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35234:BIN            =>C:\OPENDOC\BIN<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3D3EC:ODPREFS.EXE    =>C:\OPENDOC\BIN\ODPREFS.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3BB01:SCREDREC.EXE   =>C:\OPENDOC\BIN\SCREDREC.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3435A:AVSSHELL.EXE   =>C:\OPENDOC\BIN\AVSSHELL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A49D:DOCSHELL.EXE   =>C:\OPENDOC\BIN\DOCSHELL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31FBA:ODINST.EXE     =>C:\OPENDOC\BIN\ODINST.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
301C0:SCRAPP.CMD     =>C:\OPENDOC\BIN\SCRAPP.CMD<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3C4BE:DOCS           =>C:\OPENDOC\DOCS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
37260:FAXWORKS       =>C:\BONUSPAK\FAXWORKS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
394FD:FAXWORKS.EXE   =>C:\BONUSPAK\FAXWORKS\FAXWORKS.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30707:SPLINST.EXE    =>C:\BONUSPAK\FAXWORKS\SPLINST.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
39247:HPJET          =>C:\BONUSPAK\HPJET<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35808:HPPDEX.EXE     =>C:\BONUSPAK\HPJET\HPPDEX.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30CEE:HPRCPEX.EXE    =>C:\BONUSPAK\HPJET\HPRCPEX.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3B6E8:JETINST.EXE    =>C:\BONUSPAK\HPJET\JETINST.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3E2D4:SETUPDRV.CMD   =>C:\BONUSPAK\HPJET\SETUPDRV.CMD<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
39BE1:SPLOFF.EXE     =>C:\BONUSPAK\HPJET\SPLOFF.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
311A8:SPLON.EXE      =>C:\BONUSPAK\HPJET\SPLON.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3116C:HEINEDOC.LWP   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\HEINEDOC.LWP<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3B18F:FPWPIM.EXE     =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\FPWPIM.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38A68:BEISPIEL       =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\BEISPIEL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35B19:IBMWORKS.EXE   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\IBMWORKS.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
368F6:ABOUT.EXE      =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\ABOUT.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
33DCF:CRT.DLL        =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\CRT.DLL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3204C:CRTM.DLL       =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\CRTM.DLL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
399D3:DATA           =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\DATA<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
36EE0:FPWINI.EXE     =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\FPWINI.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3AEB1:GRAPHICS       =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\GRAPHICS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3D0F8:IBMWDESK.CMD   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\IBMWDESK.CMD<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38292:IEN30PCH.DLL   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\IEN30PCH.DLL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
36C69:IEN30PCO.DLL   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\IEN30PCO.DLL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
372A4:IEN30PDB.DLL   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\IEN30PDB.DLL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3931A:IEN30PRW.DLL   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\IEN30PRW.DLL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35206:IEN30PSS.DLL   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\IEN30PSS.DLL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3D54D:IEN30PWP.DLL   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\IEN30PWP.DLL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
314AD:IEN30PXU.DLL   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\IEN30PXU.DLL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
304B1:IEN30PXX.DLL   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\IEN30PXX.DLL<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3C803:OB2TEMPL.EXE   =>C:\BONUSPAK\IBMWORKS\OB2TEMPL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
358A4:HOTJAVA        =>C:\JAVAOS2\HOTJAVA<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35981:00000000.006   =>C:\MMOS2\00000000.006<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3451A:IBMINST        =>C:\IBMINST<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3499F:NPCONFIG.EXE   =>C:\IBMINST\NPCONFIG.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3C4BB:NPRMINST.EXE   =>C:\IBMINST\NPRMINST.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
37D6A:NPSETUP.EXE    =>C:\IBMINST\NPSETUP.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3AD65:ICONS          =>C:\IBMINST\ICONS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30876:OS2            =>C:\NETSCAPE\OS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3AC55:NSOS2202.EXE   =>C:\NETSCAPE\OS2\NSOS2202.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
345F5:INSTALL.EXE    =>C:\NETSCAPE\OS2\INSTALL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
33B0B:CHKINI.CMD     =>C:\NETSCAPE\OS2\CHKINI.CMD<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3DD24:NSOS2202!1.EXE =>C:\NETSCAPE\OS2\NSOS2202!1.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3C58F:NETSCAPE.IN_   =>C:\NETSCAPE\OS2\NETSCAPE.IN_<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30287:7800OS2.EXE    =>C:\NETSCAPE\OS2\7800OS2.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3D0C5:TMPPACK        =>C:\NETSCAPE\TMPPACK<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3AF2B:DRUCKERH       =>C:\SPOOL\DRUCKERH<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3DD94:DISKIMGS       =>C:\DISKIMGS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
32619:OS2            =>C:\DISKIMGS\OS2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3CE26:35             =>C:\DISKIMGS\OS2\35<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38D21:LOADDSKF.EXE   =>C:\DISKIMGS\LOADDSKF.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
37DDA:XDFCOPY.EXE    =>C:\DISKIMGS\XDFCOPY.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35FEB:NSOS2202.EXE   =>C:\NSOS2202.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
395B2:INSTALL.EXE    =>C:\INSTALL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
34E30:PLUGPKDE.EXE   =>C:\PLUGPKDE.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
37B10:AATEMP         =>D:\AATEMP<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A368:LL3.EXE        =>D:\AATEMP\LL3.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
376AC:HDALT          =>D:\HDALT<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3275A:DOSDR          =>D:\HDALT\DOSDR<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
328AB:MSD.EXE        =>D:\HDALT\DOSDR\MSD.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
36D24:DOSWORKS       =>D:\HDALT\DOSWORKS<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31F1F:WORKS.EXE      =>D:\HDALT\DOSWORKS\WORKS.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A269:DOSWP51        =>D:\HDALT\DOSWP51<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
37DFA:WP.EXE         =>D:\HDALT\DOSWP51\WP.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
301BF:INSTTEMP.EPF   =>D:\INSTTEMP.EPF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38D20:NSOS2202.EXE   =>D:\NSOS2202.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3C580:INSTALL.EXE    =>D:\INSTALL.EXE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3C5EE:TEXTE          =>D:\TEXTE<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
33BA1:ANNAN8S.TIF    =>D:\ANNAN8S.TIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3D220:PRONO          =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30B7F:M0POUOBD.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POUOBD.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3CBE6:M0POUOD2.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POUOD2.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3E6EE:M0POUOVI.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POUOVI.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38973:M0POUOVJ.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POUOVJ.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3C318:M0POUP1F.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POUP1F.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38E56:PRONO4.JPG     =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\PRONO4.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3510B:PRONO3.JPG     =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\PRONO3.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
32C81:PRONO2.JPG     =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\PRONO2.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3BA76:PRONO1.JPG     =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\PRONO1.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A4D2:M0POMNAS.GIF   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMNAS.GIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31ECC:M0POMNAR.GIF   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMNAR.GIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31BC4:M0POMNAG.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMNAG.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3E9A4:M0POMN3E.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMN3E.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
39E63:M0POMMUM.GIF   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMUM.GIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35982:M0POMMPL.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMPL.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3CBE9:M0POMMPK.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMPK.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35DF3:M0POMMPJ.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMPJ.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
357A3:M0POMMOU.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMOU.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
33641:M0POMMNM.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMNM.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31890:M0POMMM3.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMM3.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3BD2E:M0POMMLO.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMLO.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
33DB8:M0POMMLN.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMLN.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A085:M0POMMIQ.GIF   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMIQ.GIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31F62:M0POMMII.GIF   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMII.GIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A4A9:M0POMMIE.GIF   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMIE.GIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
358A7:M0POMMHB.GIF   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMHB.GIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
340C5:M0POMMGT.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMGT.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3464F:M0POMMET.GIF   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMMET.GIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
39F59:M0POMM2A.GIF   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMM2A.GIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
34EB9:M0POMM26.GIF   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMM26.GIF<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3645F:M0POMLI1.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMLI1.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
36E5B:M0POMLHS.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMLHS.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31B92:M0POMLEE.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMLEE.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
306E6:M0POMLDG.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POMLDG.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
32BF6:M0POUP3Q.JPG   =>E:\ALTESU~1\TOENE2\PRONO\M0POUP3Q.JPG<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3E9A3:HD&DISC        =>E:\HD&DISC<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
320DC:DISK120        =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK120<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31B7C:DISK110        =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK110<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
306E9:DISK100        =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK100<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
365CB:ORDNER         =>E:\HD&DISC\ORDNER<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
347FA:DISK90         =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK90<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30B7E:DISK90!1       =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK90!1<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3A4D1:DISC70         =>E:\HD&DISC\DISC70<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3C317:5              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\5<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38E55:6              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\6<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3510A:7              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\7<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3CBE5:EXTRA          =>E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\7\EXTRA<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
32C80:8              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\8<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3BA75:9              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISC70\9<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31ECB:DISK80         =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK80<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
38378:9              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK80\9<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
33048:8              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK80\8<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
33BA0:7              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK80\7<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
30286:6              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK80\6<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
39DF0:5              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK80\5<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
3AAFD:4              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK80\4<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
36F60:3              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK80\3<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
35FEA:2              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK80\2<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31D89:1              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK80\1<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
382AA:0              =>E:\HD&DISC\DISK80\0<-UNABLE TO ACCESS
31BC3:NEUER_OR       =>
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ID: 1806157
PS: please locate the problems, thank you
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by:arelyea
ID: 1806158
Here's what I recommend.  BACKUP YOUR INI FILES--BACKUP YOUR INI
FILES--BACKUP YOUR INI FILES!!!!!!!!!!  I cannot stress that
enough.  Then, run checkini /c and correct everything except
references to the root of removable media (ie a:\), etc.  Remove
references to specific directories on the media.  Then reboot
and see what happens.  If your system is screwed then restore
the backup.  Otherwise, you may find some answers.  You seem to
have a lot of INI trouble.
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ID: 1806159
OK, I formated the OS/2-Partition after having tried all the things you recommended. Then I reinstalled OS/2 from scratch, but still: I can not see the files on D and E from the WPS.

???

tabit
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by:arelyea
ID: 1806160
Sounds like a disk problem.  It could be a
bad format, bad something or another.  
Perhaps you need the GammaTech Utilities,
there is a *very useful* program (worth
$1,000,000 to me) called partition fix-up.  
My former roomate and I used it once to
recover a deleted partition.  It does a
lot of good things, it could solve your
problems.  Before shelling out the $100
for it, however, you should contact the
people at GammaTech (SoftTouch Systems)
and see if it will indeed fix the problem.  
Perhaps the answer is as simple as backing
up the data on the two partitions in
question, deleting the partitions,
re-creating them and re-formatting them.  
If that doesn't work, who knows.
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Dear arelyea,

I do not think, this is an acceptable solution and I can assure you the partitions are alright: I can read and write them from LINUX and from Win95, I can even read and write them from the DOS&WIN-sessions of OS/2, only OS/2 itself can not handle them. My guess is now, that the latest Win95-reinstall, which is 59 days back has changed some information on these partitions colliding with the FAT-FS-support of OS/2. I think I should find some utility to restore the OS/2-FAT-support. Any recommondation?

tabit
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by:arelyea
ID: 1806162
Yeah, the GammaTech Utils has some good stuff.  As does old
versions of Norton Utilities for DOS.  OS/2 will/should function
just fine w/FAT disks formatted w/old DOS's.  Just because DOS95
et al reads the disk don't mean it ain't broke.  OS/2 handles
the disk and file system in a way that is very different from
many other systems.  The result being that something that may
come up as perfectly normal on a non-OS/2 system will not work
just right on an OS/2 system.  I can't remember if you said you
had any lost extended attributes or not.  The EA DATA. SF file
can cause a little trouble if you aren't careful.
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by:tabit
ID: 1806163
yes, I have indeed lost extended attributes on d and c, that is what I wrote earlier. how can I get bach the extended attributes?

I have eadat.sf and WP_root.sf on the d and the c-drive. Does it help you to paste these files into experts-exchange?
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ID: 1806164
sorry d and e-drive not d and c!
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by:Dargon
ID: 1806165
Try renaming the two files you mentioned.  OS/2
should regenerate the next time you boot it.  To rename
them you will need to boot DOS and us the commands
   rename wp?root.?sf wp_root._sf
   rename ea?data.?sf ea_data._sf.

I've had to delete these files when I had a similar problem
before.  I was not able to see the files from an OS/2
window, though -- just a DOS window.  You will lose all
long filenames on the drives, though.

Good luck!
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ID: 1806166
I will give it a try
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by:tabit
ID: 1806167
D R A G O N !!!

your suggestion helped, problem is solved, repost your comment as an answer.

PS: renaming did not work from DOS, but was easily done in Windows Explorer. I still could not "see" the files in OS/2 then but to "check the drives" helped and to delete the file-filters in the WPS-System-Folder.....
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ID: 1806169
Try renaming the two files you mentioned. OS/2
              should regenerate the next time you boot it. To rename
              them you will need to boot DOS and us the commands
                rename wp?root.?sf wp_root._sf
                rename ea?data.?sf ea_data._sf.

              I've had to delete these files when I had a similar problem
              before. I was not able to see the files from an OS/2
              window, though -- just a DOS window. You will lose all
              long filenames on the drives, though.

              Good luck!
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