After installing and running Norton systemsorks, the computer wouldn't shut down properly. I turned off power and rebooted only to get a message that the \windows\system32\config file is corrupted or missing.
Couldn't get it to boot nohow! So, I installed a new boot drive and made the original a slave so I could transfer the information. But, the new operating system won't recognize the drive. It's visible in the bios and with the utiltiy Maxblast 4, but no drive letter is assigned.
Is there a way to assign a letter so I can get the data off?
I posed this question yesterday and got some good ideas, but nothing has worked so far. To reference the sequence of events, please look here:
That question is still open I assigning more points now and will gladly award all the points for a solution.