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Now Create a new partition. If so, how do I do it? And, more importantly, any suggestions to recover this? Paragon Partition Manager has a free edition. http://olivettipc.com/problems-with/problems-with-resizing-using-partition-magic-ver-8-01.html

http://gparted.sourceforge.net/download.php There is probably no partition hiding in the unallocated space so I'd resize the OS partition which will make it 122 GB. Finally, to settle the Windows 7 question, I installed Partition Magic 8 on Windows 7 RTM and the Compatibility Assistant says this: The check for online solutions shows no solution and You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Gonna try PartitionMagic again. ^^ Nov 25, 2005 #12 patio TS Maniac Posts: 482 Personally i would set up all your partitions prior to installing an OS on that HDD...

For example If the data value of BootExecute is: autocheck xmnt2002 /bat="C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\PQ_BATCH.PQB" /win="C:\WINDOWS" /dbg="C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\PQ_DEBUG.TXT" /ver=262144 /prd="PartitionMagic" autocheck autochk * then remove the first line so the value looks like the following: The fact that Partition Magic by Symantec does not work with Vista is well documented. Join the community here, it only takes a minute.

Heatware Reply With Quote 03-14-03,01:59 PM #9 ACF View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Nov 2002 Location Cornelius, NC Thanks Kill, boot from c: drive and since I If so, what utility did you use? And then install on fresh HDD partitions. http://www.symantec.com/techsupp/consumer.html Not always the easiest to use, however.

In the Run dialog box, type the following: regedit Click OK. It provides some features that you can't get anywhere else, namely partition merge. Doesn't seem to me like you have good reasons. Nov 25, 2005 #13 gary_hendricks TS Rookie Posts: 107 I'd say you should clear out the data.

Try it it is good , this should do the job Nov 23, 2005 #9 Brushwell TS Rookie Topic Starter tried it. Error occurs after changing a drive letter If the system partition has been moved or its drive letter has been changed, it is necessary to manually remove a key from the Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top ScottW Posts: 6609 This post has been reported. For Windows 9x systems: Run ScanDisk.

On the Windows taskbar, click Start > Run. Incidentally when I first typed "chkdsk" after going to "Run" and "Enter", something was occurring because various increasing percentages came up for about 30 sec.. To quote: "But when I set up a partition and the system reboots to complete the process, the blue chkdsk screen appears momentarily. Oh the irony!

It wouldn't let me create a partition and I'm pretty sure it was this error. weblink If that doesn't work if you go into the Disk Management window, as IT-Barry said, your drive probably shows up as Unallocated Space. Can you post a screenshot of Disk Management? Just reinstalled the program after an OS reinstall and I can't start it.

  • And nearly all new laptops and pc's haven't got floppy drive, right?
  • Reply With Quote 03-14-03,12:49 PM #2 takiwa View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Dec 2001 When you re-installed, did you format your partitions?
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  • If this is not possible, Error 117 may be reported.
  • its there because the other partition software i use (minipartition) sees it and can view the files.
  • I looked at "getdataback" and really wondered if I would be able to follow all the instructions to their successful logical end.
  • There are always some errors on my drive so I use this program to fix them one a month.
  • The OS partition needs a bit more free space.
  • Get the Stable release.
  • Download Ranish Partition Manager from www.ranish.com/part and run it in DOS to see what your starting and ending cylinder alignment looks like, and if your are indeed on an extended partition...

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Many thanks..Ray 07-29-2011, 04:53 AM #9 raringer Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2009 Posts: 123 OS: XP Hi..spunk.funk...just tried that site "GetDataBack" but it refers to NTFS and Boot from a Partition Magic boot disk, right click in the unallocated space, Undelete. On the rare occasion when I need to move a partitions, I use Norton Ghost to backup the data, delete and re-create the partition with Disk Management, then restore the data

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What do you think I should do now? Gear in this thread Kingston ValueRAM 1 GB 400MHz PC320 Kingston is the industry leader in PC memory. it still won't work, even with Paragon Manager. >.> Nov 23, 2005 #8 mpiotrowski TS Rookie Have you tried Acronis disk director 10? PLEASE?!?!

But for this you will need some good maths skill in order to allocate the exact/nearby size to the partitions which you were having earlier. Now type a Y and press enter to dismount the drive. I have now lost reference to both partitions E and F. http://olivettipc.com/problems-with/problems-with-avg-7-5-458.html If the system partition is on a drive other than the primary drive and contains Windows NT/Windows 2000, then use a Windows NT/Windows 2000 boot floppy.

drive shows only 2 alternatives..Delete Partition and Help. fcortes Windows XP Support 2 06-09-2011 05:51 PM partition magic and windows 7 recovery partition I was running partition magic to partiton an external hard drive but partiton magic took it I don't know why the details can't be fixed (saved). I read a review and the guys testing it said that they even shut down the pc in the middle of the partitioning process and ....no data lost.

Your help greatly appreciated..Ray 07-28-2011, 04:26 PM #7 spunk.funk TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: May 2010 Location: Los Angeles Posts: 35,943 OS: Windows 10 64 bit, Windows It says,'XMNT missing, skipping Autocheck' It then carries on starting up. Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top ITfans Posts: 1 This post has been reported. Regards Bill Reply With Quote July 25th, 2005,09:04 AM #7 williambirchall View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Intern Join Date Dec 2003 Posts 217 To All Just to let you know

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in Vista is far inferior to PM8 and does not work as stated. As of May 1, an ISP/EDU email is NO longer required to access the Classifieds. Having read up on Vista's boot process the end point of the "Restore" partition must have been correct to place the start of the recreated partition at the same point as Initial setup was the Dell 32MB utility partition, 9GB Recovery Partition (drive D:) and the remainder of the 160GB disk for drive C: with Vista.I ran Partition Manager 8.0 which said

I had important data on it and I need to get the data visible for Win.