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barbareska local data carrier (Q)
Member 27th May, 2010 19:00
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Hi,
Iīve a problem for some time, as it is:
a local data carrier which shows "path not available" and "access denied" when I click on (Q)
under qualities - hardware - stands
HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-T5ON ATADevice and
ST 3100052OAS ATADevice
path: 0
channel: 0
target: 0
lun: 0
Itīs all Chinese for me, perhaps anyone knows about it?

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Anthony Wells RE: local data carrier (Q)
Expert Contributor 29th May, 2010 09:41
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Last edited on 29th May, 2010 09:53
Hello Barbareska ,

Sorry , I failed to respond yesterday (Maurice Joyce "jogged" my memory on another thread , a few minutes ago) .

I did check your problem with/by Google search , but am not yet sure what to suggest to you . Will reply again later ; hopefully someone who has actual experience will also reply :)

Is it causing you an actual problem - it relates to your DVD disc drive - or is it just your "thirst" for knowledge ??

Take care

Anthony

PS : Your last thread was closed before i could reply ; so Whitsuntide and Pentecost are the same (Protestant and Catholic versions) and France has four OR five holidays (depends on how you count - official :(( or unofficial :))

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barbareska RE: local data carrier (Q)
Member 29th May, 2010 19:58
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Hi Anthony,
I try it again, I donīt know why on the end of your email originally stood:
"was this reply relevant to you?"
first it irritates me, when I donīt know whatīs the matter with a local data carrier with qualities I described (path 0 etc)
and second it surely is "thirst for knowledge" I must admit !
kind regards, barbareska

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Anthony Wells RE: local data carrier (Q)
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Hello Barbareska ,

A local "data carrier" is probably a technical name for a CD orDVD disc . The two ATA Device references relate to your DVD hardware . Why the references are 0 in "Chinese" is not important . "No access" probably means "I'm not broken , so please do not try to fix me :))))" .

If your DVD/CD system is working correctly then that is all that is important ; if you have a problem running the system come back here and either Maurice Joyce or I will try to help you .

You will need to "slake your thirst" elsewhere - nothing too bloodthirsty :))

Take care of yourself , ā la prochaine .
Anthony

PS: the "was this reply relevant " is the latest gadget for giving a "gladiatorial" thumb up/down vote to a post you like/dislike . You yourself get one vote for any post on any thread - after you have "logged in" to the Forum . Any vote +/- you are given by someone else is added or subtracted from your score - shows in the left hand column under your name . I've just given your last post two "thumbs up" to start you off !! As you created this "thread" you can also click "accept" under a post which/that has helped you and you close/lock the thread and the selected poster gets +5 points . All rather subjective , but you did ask , you and your thirst :))

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