Umm, trying not to offend, but your attached image says ‘FAT 32’ in the ‘format type’ slot. Volume labels don’t mean much to me. I think that windows is moderately smart enough to detect the type of file system.
But the newer one the 22.214.171.124 should also work you might need to try and reinstall it but first uninstall the InCD rubbish it might be stopping your Panasonic Ram driver from working .
I installed those after un-installing InCD. Remember I’m using xp SP 2. That might have some significance considering the DEP stuff it has. Unless maybe the 2 Liteon drives that I have, that are on one IDE cable on Primary/IDE 1, are causing problems with the hacked drivers install. The LG drive is on Secondary/IDE 2 by itself as Master on the end connector of cable. I have a SATA WD 74Gig Raptor on a KV8-Pro 1.1 mainboard.
#1 IDE 1 SOHW-832S Master
#2 IDE 1 SOHD-16P9SV Slave
I still need some type of verification method that those drivers are in fact installed. I searched for meiudf.sys after running the exe and nothing was found.
Well guess what. Both of those hacked XP files are only 17 KBytes in size after right-clicking and saving. They are the exact same size in Windows Explorer. I guess that I have some funky files.
According to what I see on the 126.96.36.199, he had added some stuff namely the DVD-RAM utility. There should be a difference in size, right?
Edit: I checked the 2K files also and they are exactly the same size, according to Explorer, as the XP files. I guess the links are dead now. I didn’t get any virus warnings from McAfee but that may not mean anything. I have no idea as to what I downloaded now since ALL 4 files are the exact same size; are they the exact same file???
I guess I’m stuck with InCD. Nero probably has fixed some stuff. Gotta try it and see.