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Are you aComputer / IT professional?Join Tek-Tips Forums! No, create an account now. Steps to reproduce: Run Partition Magic and resize the partition. LOL). http://newmicros.net/partition-magic/partition-magic-error-1516-partition-improperly-dismounted.html

When Partition Magic runs it modifies the system hive of the registry. Cheers! no problem resizing the partiton bigger though. But I'll try rebooting with them.

The floppies I got I made. I am using Windows XP Home Edition. I found the following information about the error: (Please note, all text between the !==*==!

I tried it anyway at the "Run" command and got a quick flash of black . . . .but no answer. So, the quick answer to the problem is to attempt to uninstall Service Pack 1, and reinstall the latest Service Pack 1a in your install of XP. How to Reinstall or Repair Internet Explorer in Windows XP? I can't even make the partition smaller by > > > 1 mb.

Build 1050 did not. > Build 1089 and later builds have a workaround in place for people did not > run into this problem with 1079. > > Steps to reproduce: Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? This registry entries will be fully fixed with Service Pack Two for Windows XP and will be fully fixed in Windows .NET. Crystal 8.0 on Windows XP 12.

If the user previously had the error. "System could not allocate the required space in registry log." you may not be able to install the service pack unless you restore from no problem resizing the partiton bigger though. All rights reserved. There is no guaranteed solutions that will work for one hundred percent for such problems, but there are many other excellent and reliable third-party partition manager, with which you hardly encounter

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  • We can work around the issue in the next release of Service Pack 1 by making changes to mounteddevice1 registry key.
  • No help available on the partitionmagic site (which is symantec).Anyone here have any ideas?Haybails90 RE: PartitionMagic 8.0 Error #11019 m33sta (TechnicalUser) 14 Dec 04 11:47 Not a lot of info about

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LOL.Haybails90 Red Flag This Post Please let us know here why this post is inappropriate. this content The error occurs when the application requires you to reboot your system. Will PartitionMagic 8 run on Windows Vista? 13. Here's Why Members Love Tek-Tips Forums: Talk To Other Members Notification Of Responses To Questions Favorite Forums One Click Access Keyword Search Of All Posts, And More...

Thanks for you help getting me to this point: System could not allocate the required space in registry log Partition Magic makes changes to the registry. This registry entries will be fully fixed with Service Pack > Two for Windows XP and will be fully fixed in Windows .NET. > Powerquest is working on resolution that will any thoughts? weblink I rebooted 4.

any thoughts? > Scott MillsDecember 26th 03, 10:32 PMThis is lengthy to read, but this is what I found. You could choose different edition based on your needs. That's it.

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You should boot your computer from the PartitionMagic rescue floppy diskettes and run PartitionMagic from within the rescue environment. If the uninstall actually succeeded, > it may very well be possible to install build 1089 or a later > version of the service pack. Powerquest is working on resolution that will prevent this from happening and will update their software. If the user previously had the error. "System could not allocate the required space in registry log." you may not be able to install the service pack unless you restore from

G. deewuhwa Subject: Re: PartitionMagic 8.0 and Error 11019 From: rorik-ga on 11 Jul 2003 09:27 PDT Just to complete the info here. Failing the above, complain to PowerQuest and ask for a refund and/or a bug-fix that will work around the known SP1 issue from Microsoft. check over here Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

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This process is Data Destructive and irreversible. If any part of this answer is unclear, please let me know by asking for clarification prior to rating and closing this question. Also, you can use Technician Edition to provide charged technical services to your clients. The way the registry is modified > affects the changes in build 1079 when we look at > the LastKnownGood entry.

These changes take place during > the process of resizing a partition. Well, I did hear from PowerQuest today (a fast response to my e-mail last night) and I though I'd pass along what they e-mailed me. Any way, I go through the wizard to redistribute the free space from D: to C:, click the apply changes button, am told it must reboot, and then I get a Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password?

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Is this information helpful?YesNo This information is not relevant. This is due to uninstall failing to complete properly and leaving the system in a partially installed / uninstalled state. Please make sure that all data on the HDD is backed up elsewhere before deleting the partition(s).