I have been filling my 200GB HDD with games the past few hours using WinHIIP V1.6.6, and my PC has a habit of occasionally hanging up or restarting without any warning (a hardware issue, not Windows related)... It happened twice just now while I was adding games with WinHIIP, and at first I thought "Oh no! I really hope the entire drive isn't wiped out" cause I spent hours working on it and didn't want to start over... But when I got into Windows again and started WinHIIP, it didn't give me any error messages and the game that it crashed while installing wasn't listed. I installed a couple more games successfully, then my PC crashed again while installing another game. No error message upon reboot.
My concern is that the uncomplete portions of the games might be occupying HDD space, that somehow they became "invisible" to WinHIIP... Is that possible? Or will WinHIIP just ignore those partitions and write over them?
Here's the info from the log file when the crashes happened:
ADD IMAGE Name:Burnout 3: Takedown, Actual:2735 Mb, Used:2816 Mb
MAIN Sector:0x043C0000, Length:0x0040000
SUB Sector:0x04400000, Length:0x0400000
ADD IMAGE Name:Castlevania: Lament of Innocence, Actual:2887 Mb, Used:2944 Mb
MAIN Sector:0x04BC0000, Length:0x0040000
SUB Sector:0x04C00000, Length:0x0400000
SUB Sector:0x05000000, Length:0x0100000
SUB Sector:0x05100000, Length:0x0080000
Here's the info I get from WinHIIP now:
Drive 1 (PS2) : 186.31Gb (24321 cyl, 255 trk, 63 sec)
PS2 Drive : 148.375 Gb free, 0.000 Gb fragmented, 37.875 Gb used, 16 image(s) installed.
When I add up all image sizes in the list, they come to 35968 MBs
Can someone do the math and tell me if there's wasted space?