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Can't See Drive in Windows

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Re: Can't See Drive in Windows

Post Posted: Apr 27, 06 01:43

GMarshall, you were right, I tried this last night. I was able to aquire the image (within a folder) in Encase and it worked fine. I could copy files out to FTK (mail) and that worked well too. I also confirmed that you can't load a MAC image into FTK which was pointed out in an earlier post; that was good.

I still got the error (Script 1 out of range) when I tried to "sweep" the case within Encase....not sure why. Maybe I will look at Guidence Software's website for answers there. Thanks for the help and suggestions.....I'm on my way.

Oh, and why I use .e01 for the format of the image....because that's what I'm familiar with and know that it will load within Encase and FTK. Yes, I have seen posts suggesting other formats, including raw and dd....never tried them.  

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Re: Can't See Drive in Windows

Post Posted: Apr 27, 06 07:46

I have run into some script errors recently as well. Tech support will get you through. Usually it's a simple fix.
Greg Marshall, EnCE 

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Re: Can't See Drive in Windows

Post Posted: Apr 28, 06 13:32

If it helps - my Colleague recently had a MAC to do and struggled with EnCase but found that WinHex Forensic worked wonderfully well with it.

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