my mom is gonna kill me if i have to reformat! Otherwise you may have to run the Vista repair voodoo magic - never the less you will have your partition and data back. I got infected by a virus. Can someone offer a solution? this contact form
I followed WSmiths advice on using ntfsfix on a partition magic live cd and that seems to have got the OS running again. I've borrowed a disk from someone & that's what I'm trying to repair it from but when I get to the bootrec command screen, I'm just stumped. I am in a middle of a mess. After reboot, I got the blank screen.
Help. i believe, it shows no hard drive/ no operating system. Anyone? You totally jacked up that link!
The "missing" 450GB is now called Unallocated. errors GALORE!, i tried recovery mode, used CHKDSK /R at the console! It said I don't have permission. Anyone have an idea of what's wrong?
Ubuntu can not boot, but that's not so important…The problem is that the "grub" took over MBR, and now I can't boot Vista sitting on the other HDD when I disable Partition Wizard And I'll have to put in my windows key to authenticate right? Any ‘rebuild’ or ’search’ options list 0 instances of windows installed. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/927520 October 7, 2008 Bernell gparted is a great tool for resizing.
Now, I have removed Ubuntu, but I can't boot Windows anymore. It installed GRUB to the new master and incidentally mentioned XP was found on the other drive. Argo says: 6 years ago I think the solution given here to MBR error is very useful and help me solve this problem on my old computer to which I didn't Hope that answers your questions.
vishal says: 7 years ago I have a pc with win xp pro sp1. Visit Website Now you can eitheruse the New Size textbox, or just click and drag the partition to make it smaller (or bigger). Diskpart Commands The only reason you guys may have issues, is most likely you are not running chkdsk before attempting your clone. Bootmgr Is Missing July 7, 2008 Rob Help!
But then I installed a debian linux on (hd0,0) with a swap partition on (hd0,1) and obviously, I had to format both partitions in linux format (ext3 and swap). weblink March 4, 2009 Brandon Hi, After deleting a 10gig NTFS partition and growing and moving my booted Vista partition to the left (to gain the deleted space in the partition), it Planning to partition again and install openSUSE next. DISKPART> list partition Partition ### Type Size Offset ------------- ---------------- ------- ------- Partition 1 Primary 279 GB 32 KB Partition 2 Primary 9 GB 289 GB DISKPART> select partition 1 Partition Windows 10
RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search How-To Geek Using GParted to Resize Your Windows 7 or Vista Partition One of the more advanced options for resizing your Windows Vistapartition July 4, 2008 Alberto Help PLEASE! Then I inserted my Windows 7 disk, opened command prompt and typed these commands. http://sysgsm.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-crc-error.html Total identified windows installation: 0 the operation completed successfully.
Refer to Disk Management help for assistance on the correct use of the attemted operation" and as i said i boot my computer and it doesnt take me to partitoning page. I ended up with a black screen and a "Verifying dmi data pool" screen at bootup. I ran the System Repair and found no problems.
If I figure it out I'll let you know but don't waste money on software that says it can remove all partitions; it can only remove partitions it recognizes. tony007 says: 6 years ago The only command that worked was bootrec.exe all the rest I got is not recognised as an internal or external command TheKrimzonGhost says: 6 years ago Both fixboot and fix mbr do not correct my problem. I had a previous installation of windows vista on (hd0,0) that was not in use, a new installation of vista on (hd2,0) that was in use, and an opensuse installation on
All is well, except Xubuntu 9.10 uses ext4 filesystem, and ext2IFS doesn't see it. Its almost like the Drive doesnt exist yet when i go into system bios. when reloading a ubuntu bootable disk it displays "A disk error occurred" Anthony says: 5 years ago Hi, I got a Dual Boot with WIN 7 & Ubuntu 10.04.I reinstalled my his comment is here You can check its status in BIOS (or CMOS Setup), but the step to access it depends on your computer's manufacturer.
I find this one more robust than the gparted livecd. If you do use another tool, there are some limitations. thank you thank you thank you !! Thank you for the fast responses Dennis and Shannon!
February 10, 2008 Trino Ok.