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Advertisement Monkeyboi786 Thread Starter Joined: Jun 22, 2006 Messages: 4 I ran a Partition Magic check for errors on my hard drive, and it came up with Error 1507 - "bad This time I ran the fixboot command and when it finished I did a safe mode boot of the system and got to the desktop. The C drive has little more than the OS, the D drive has most of my applications and the E drive has most of my data.I next put in the Partition File Record marked used File 13039. >> >> Hardly an intelligent feedback. his comment is here

They were:FILE RECORD MARKED USED FILE 15752 ERROR 1608FILE RECORD MARKED USED FILE 15838 ERROR 1608REQUESTED FRS ENTRY UNUSED (FREE) ERROR 1552On the other two partitions I got the error message:PARTITION Hope that you don't have a power failure in the interim. -- Regards, Richard Urban Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User Quote from George Ankner: If you knew as much as you think Stenciling and multiple buffer "ands" 10. Now PM is running VERY slowly to reduce G: drive and increase C:drive.

Run it from the 2 floppy disks you can create within the windows >> version of Partition Magic. >> >> -- >> Regards, >> >> Richard Urban >> Microsoft MVP Windows ritter197, May 14, 2006 #1 Advertisements Richard Urban Guest I suggest that you run chkdsk on the drives you want to work with in Partition Magic. Discussion in 'Windows XP Help' started by ritter197, May 14, 2006. Top Partition Magic 8.0 and errors#1608 and 983?

solved Will upgrading OS fix unmountable boot volume (BSOD)? If the error persists after you have applied the recommended fix, please send the following information to PowerQuest Technical Support: - A Debug report (see PowerQuest Solution PR163, "Running a Debug Your cache administrator is webmaster. I immediately made a disk image of the C drive to replace the one I did in August.

You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. No, create an account now. I ran some diagonstics to make sure everything was okay then did a system restore from the day before and did a normal boot. WingDingNov 17, 2003, 6:19 PM I had this very same problem with a Maxtor 120GB S-ATA drive.

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  • File Record marked used File 13039. >>> >>> Hardly an intelligent feedback.
  • Error 983?
  • bearone2, Jun 22, 2006 #3 Monkeyboi786 Thread Starter Joined: Jun 22, 2006 Messages: 4 i did both those things, after running fixmbr, i ran the error check in Partition Magic, still
  • Then I ran the repair function from the menu screen by typing chkdsk /r and it fixed a ton of errors.
  • Process halted.
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Register | Help What's New? http://newmicros.net/partition-magic/partition-magic-error-1516-partition-improperly-dismounted.html Guess what I did next. Process >>> halted. >>> >>> I have tried to resize drive C or drive G (both on the same physical >>> harddrive) and I always get these errors. >>> >>> Any if & ands and either indirect or offset - need help fast please 8.

Top Partition Magic 8.0 and errors#1608 and 983? If it doesn't then run checkdisk. This code is used by the vendor to identify the error caused. weblink Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.

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by Richard Ur » Tue, 16 May 2006 10:39:11 Glad it worked. Instructions To Fix (Partition Magic Error 1608 File Record Marked Used) error you need to follow the steps below: Step 1: Download (Partition Magic Error 1608 File Record Marked Used) On the second reboot I was back to the original problem of unmountable boot disk. check over here This is common error code format used by windows and other windows compatible software and driver vendors.

I ran the chkdsk /r command again after booting the CD, but instead of trying to reboot the system when it finished, I booted the CD a second time. That MIGHT get you somewhere, although I doubt it.Your best bet is to try to put the drive in another PC as a slave and try to save your data. Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. Their PM knowledgebase is also not very >>> useful.( says one can ignore this error) Dumb, because : >>> >>> after that I get >>> another window with Error #983.

Any idea how to fix this error. bsod problem. Run it from the 2 floppy disks you can create within the windows version of Partition Magic. -- Regards, Richard Urban Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User Quote from George Ankner: If you Their PM knowledgebase is also not very >> useful.( says one can ignore this error) Dumb, because : >> >> after that I get >> another window with Error #983.