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Want To Locate My Personal Secure Disk (PSD)

A few questions for you.- So when exactly do you see this error? All my other data can be accessed via backups or connecting my laptop hard drive to my desktop computer via a caddy. Honda GX390 Need service manual Controller Support for Middle... » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118>> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7. The problem seems to be that Acer has different versions of the software for different versions of Windows.

It looks like I can resize the thing, but my worry is that it will clear the space needed and therefore erase everything I have in the PSD. So it is an actual file that only Acer's software can read. Not something I want to do...I also just had work done on this computer. The thing is .vmdf (virtual machine disk format).

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Those are very expensive options!! I can easily do that...provided the PSD remounts somehow.

Personal Secure Disk The Personal Secure Disk (PSD) is a secure section of your hard disk where you can save files. You know how you can hear the computer "chewing" on stuff as it boots up? If you know the location of the .vmdf file, copy it to another location (folder) on your hard drive that way you have it "backed up".Let's cross our fingers!! Ask You look for it, do a bit of your thing again to be straight and I'll see you get your $14.Thank you for your time. Expert: Magic C.

Your cache administrator is webmaster. No, I have not. With most software, it's perfectly fine to upgrade the software package by installing the updated version right over the older one. http://www.justanswer.com/computer/2cp6x-psd-mount-error-system-error-no-specific-numbers-what.html This website is best viewed using Internet Explorer 9 , Chrome , Safari and newer browsers.

If you saw something referring to BIOS, that refers to something on the motherboard itself. I found something called "BIOS" version in the Empowering area..."v1.3". Is there any way I can retrieve that PSD files? No problem.

replied7 years ago. How do you "opt out"? I didn't see that anywhere in the documentation though. I didn't note down my password, so I have sent for a Reset E-mail.So, just let me know if any part of setting up/using a SkyDrive is tricky.

and 7 other Computer Specialists are ready to help you Ask your own question now Customer: replied7 years ago. You can Restore Win 7 by reversing the steps in the article, move the current folders back to Windows.old, and move the ones in the Win7 folder back to the root. Your cache administrator is webmaster. And who knows the odds I'm not going to like any answer I get.

Search in Windows.old for a file with a .vmdf extension, that should be the extension for the PSD container file. They offer a free trial...Should I give it a try? Because of that, it would be best to confirm that with Acer before doing so because the data is important to you. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads

Motherboard replacement, about two weeks ago now. BIOS Settings — Boot sequence and device security Credential Manager — Password settings, Fingerprint registration*, TPM configuration*, Online accounts information, Backup and Restore Pre-Boot Authentication* — Fingerprint management Data Protection — I'm thinking that you have some type of hard disk error, or maybe some type of malware...but it's hard to tell.What exactly is this "PSD memory" that you said you enlarged?

That's what a "mounting error" is all about?

Generated Fri, 17 Mar 2017 20:22:12 GMT by s_fl284 (squid/3.5.23) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection Staff Online Now TerryNet Moderator valis Moderator Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > All Other Software > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search As you can see, they require the serial number, which means they will just refer me to that expensive hotline they did before. Once you do that, you just drag and drop the data you want, then click "Submit" and it uploads it automatically.Let me know if there is anything else I can help

It would be nice if you could create multiple PSDs much like you can create multiple partitions (parts/segments) on a hard drive.No problem that it took longer than expected to respond. Generated Fri, 17 Mar 2017 20:22:12 GMT by s_fl284 (squid/3.5.23) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection Just recapping...I have a Yahoo account, and a Fairpoint/Verizon one I never se but can get to. The PSD itself, where everything is stored, won't mount up for access.That is the issue here.

While doing one task for a long period of time. As for the PSD, to be honest, I'm unfamiliar in dealing with the Acer eSecure Management software. Yeah....a $60-130 yes/no is VERY expensive!!Yeah, I would think your data is at risk if you resize the PSD, especially if the PSD is full after you expanded it.If you're looking I Accept that to download the eDataSecurity software is perhaps the best or the only possible option to resolve this issue.Locating the .vmdf is not possible, at least, not soas to

That would be something to ask Acer support.As for Microsoft's SkyDrive, it's pretty easy to access and setup. Perhaps you can understand...Well, I didn't fill the PSD after I expanded it. I pass into my computer account, clear a few old(and one new) popups which I always ignore. Some of the locked gear stuff is as low as 1.0.

I therefore conclude the problem is in that software, however it was/is caused. Expert: Magic C. Click here to join today! by about 30MB to accomidate more "Save As" downloads.Laptop; Acer Travelmate 3260 Expert: Magic C. Generated Fri, 17 Mar 2017 20:22:12 GMT by s_fl284 (squid/3.5.23)

Edata security or whatever it's called that comes with Acer is not installed anymore. I would then re-establish the PSD in my D:\ partition - where I have plenty of room - and then transfer the original PSD's contents from the SkyDrive to the new Let me know how the PSD turns out. Magic C.