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Pikachu_G4e
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Mar 23, 2002, 11:57 AM
 
Hi there ...

How can I recover a Virtual PC disk image (OS 9) if the save state is missing ... any idea? By the way, where is the save sate file in OS X ...

Thanks In Advance ...


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Mar 24, 2002, 04:07 PM
 
I thought VPC would just complain when you treid to open an image without the saved state, but still open it and run ScanDisk. Which version of VPC are you using? Can you double-click the image file?
     
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Mar 27, 2002, 07:36 AM
 
Originally posted by RBattin:
<STRONG>I thought VPC would just complain when you treid to open an image without the saved state, but still open it and run ScanDisk. Which version of VPC are you using? Can you double-click the image file?</STRONG>
Thanks ... actually my problem is that I can't open the disk image in Virtual PC which I added without a proper "save state" ... that means that the disk image was saved before and the save state had missing ... Is there any way to bypass it? I don't mind discarding the save state ...

I am using VPC 4.0.2 ... what do you mean by double click? Isn't it supose to be added through the VPC List (wizard)? By the way, where is the save state file in OS X? I have 4.0.6 Test Drive too ..

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