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An incorrect patch could destroy all data on the hard disk! Paul Komski07-24-2003, 03:29 PMA more exact outline (much more specific info) of your partition structures as well as what you have done to any partitions as well as a description of They "rescue" when one can't get into windows. Need help please!

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Therefore, PartitionMagic refuses to recognize any of the hard disk’s partitions. Terry Porritt20-12-2002, 07:58 PMGenerally these sort of errors 105, 116 indicate the partition table is in error. Rating is available when the video has been rented.

hence i've stopped this and now only have xp pro and linux on my machine. None of my emergency floppy disks will work with it but I can access it with the PM8 CD. Last edited by Bovon; July 20th, 2004 at 02:11 PM. By Metalized Blood in forum Applications and Operating Systems Replies: 11 Last Post: March 15th, 2012, 11:01 AM Does Partition Magic 7.0 work with Win XP Pro?

Would be a lot easier if there is an app which rebuilds the partition tables, and is very easy to use. Re-sizing of the boot partition in particular, can result in corruption of the partition info. The "Rescue Diskettes" just allow one to run PM from DOS and have a more limited range of actions than when run from Windows. PM7 seems to have problems when> > there is a mixture of Windows and Linux partitions on the same disk.> >> Known issue if you let Linux write in the partition

I figured by more info, you guys actually want me to send the complete partition details (as displayed using software in DOS). Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's Should I set the active partition to (BAD)?Regards,Dave dcr 11:40 07 May 05 I have resigned myself to losing everything on the affected HD. I did use it, and the user interface is different -- all boundaries are specified in cylinders -- no mention of head & sector.

This should have fixed everything. Running a new installation of XP by booting to the installation CD and then choosing to repair the current installation might also bear fruit (particularly since XP is on C) and Bil07-25-2003, 10:59 AM"I'm a little confused as to what you are seeing. UnlistedTV 956,617 views 4:05 How to a disk read error occurred press ctrl+alt+del to restart - Duration: 1:26.

Sign In   Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? this content Here is the basic partition info: C: XP Pro NTFS 5.36GB (XP was installed first) D: 2000 Pro NTFS 5.36GB E: Data files NTFS 9.52GB F: Data files NTFS 17GB I I've read 50 pages of info for the last 2 days and I couldnt fix my bad partition. Have you been adjusting the partitions at all? 113 Partitions overlap The hard disk partition table contains erroneous values.

HELP ASAP!!!!!! Partition Magic should be smart enough to recognize that Cylinder/Head/Sector information is useless because the disk partitions are larger than 8 GB. I have a 120 GB internal disk and a 500 GB external disk.To my great surprise, PM complains about the partitions on my 120 GB, but not on my 500 GB.Message weblink solved I Need Help With A Compatibility Error Please!

Should be fixed. You may need to use the FDISK program from a recent DOS version, as earlier versions may refuse to delete HPFS or hidden partitions, and the OS/2 FDISK program may recognize Possible causes include: (1) different operating systems report different hard-disk geometries, (2) you boot from a diskette that loads a different driver than is loaded when you boot from the hard

I tried to use Partition Magic 7.0 and a message pops up and says: "Partition table error #106" (and no partition info is displayed).

Loading... Copyright 2014 All Enthusiast, Inc Powered by: vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. It can also occur if you have more than one active partition. If a primary partition overlaps the end of the extended partition but does not overlap any logical partitions within the extended partition, the problem can be remedied by patching the partition

If I clone instead of image, then I can easily check them out before formatting the first drive. I have a Duron 700 system (256MB SDRAM) which is a couple years old. Bil07-25-2003, 04:07 AMThank you alanr07-25-2003, 07:10 AMI'm a little confused as to what you are seeing. check over here Sign in 24 Loading...

was it the same error on both hard drives? 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites zillah    0 0 200 posts December 13, 2004 Posted December Ask the experts! First McCain Did It (8) Why Donald Trump Shouldn’t Fill... (3) Hardwick propane stove issue (1) Maybe this is about politics (0) Total Dummy Here (0) Windows 10 upgrade (2) STRIKING PartitionMagic expects partitions to begin and end on the correct cylinder boundaries.

I do have a MBRWORK backup of the MBR (but it may have been from a time before I changed the size of one or more partitions). Get the answer AnonymousMay 27, 2004, 12:53 PM Archived from groups:,microsoft.public.win98.disks.general (More info?)>> *cut*>> You can actually copy the partition of which the entries in the>> partition table are incorrect PM7 seems to have problems whenthere is a mixture of Windows and Linux partitions on the same disk."Michael Kimmer" wrote in messagenews:[email protected]> >> *cut*> >> You can actually copy the User-87348949-8D17-47EF-BF40EE49948F5B71 20:45 03 May 05 If you can boot to the dos prompt, try fdisk to see whether it can see the 'bad' disk and any of its partitions.

mjc07-24-2003, 10:25 PMYes, it could very well be that you have used multiple utilities....each one does things slightly differently. Hence, can't format it this way. Loading... Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing Windows 2000/2003/NT4 Recently Browsing 0 members No registered users viewing this page.

So, what I did was transfer the crucial Windows partition(s) ontoanother disk leaving the problematic (at least for PM7) Linux partitions thatI don't care that much about. In most instances, you should resolve the problem as explained in “Resolving Partition Table Errors” on page 126. The general steps are: (1) ensure you have no viruses (see below), (2) back up the data on the affected partitions, (3) delete the partitions, (4) recreate them, and (5) restore Urgent - Please Help - Need to recover important missing files!!!!