I have recently replaced my 2 small hard disk drives with a 3.2G IBM brand drive. The changeover did not present any problems and all seemed OK. The new drive is split into a 2.1 G "C" drive and a 1.1G "D" drive. I have a CDROM that is my "E" drive
I have noticed a problem with a phantom drive that appears in windows explorer. It is an exact mirror of my "C" drive and is labeled "F" drive. If I delete any information from the "F" drive the corresponding data is removed from "C" drive. This problem does not always occur and when it does a reset of the PC seems to clear it for a while and then it comes back. I did not suffer this problem with my previous drives.
Also if I run Scandisk with the problem present scandisk finds thousands of errors. It Scandisk is run when the problem is not present all is OK.
I have reformatted the drive a number of times and also installed windows a number of times. The problem still occurs even when windows 95 is the only program on the PC.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.