Still, I'd like to fix the problem. Just no boot. I also got: Disk Geometry Information for Disk 2: 16709 Cylinders, 255 Heads, 63 Sectors/Track Info: Disk Manager is installed on this drive. But if you want a stable, low maintenance system that you don't have to muck with then I recommend just going with a single big partition. Check This Out
ucBeginSector expected to be 1, not 3. There is not the same number of cylinders in any disk track. Marc _________________X61 7674-4NU 120 GB HD & 2.0 GB RAMIt just keeps getting better and better...Formerly: T42p, T30, T20, 770X, 760CD Top Profile Reply with quote egibbs Post subject: ucEndCylinder (79242) must be less than 14593. http://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?t=9113
Warning #109: Partition ends after end of disk. Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading... Marc _________________X61 7674-4NU 120 GB HD & 2.0 GB RAM It just keeps getting better and better... Do test Your IBM-Drivers & Tools and do test Your MS-Programs and run repair-install, whenever You meet unprecedented errors and/or run into messages You did not have before. (To repair MS-office
No, create an account now. That is, if you could even find them to answer some questions. Any ideas why this process doesn't result in a bootable drive? After thatall's well.--Joep joePMar 11, 2005, 4:29 AM Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage (More info?)"BobL"
Thanks, so far. Reply With Quote January 25th, 2005,03:59 PM #11 oldhermit View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual PC Surgeon! So copying an image from one size drive to another doesn't always work. I have had such messages concerning USB-drives, as I use to partition and or format them in the ultrabay of my TP, that is they are regarded then as inside by
Advice on Copy Disk with Ghost 9.0 Help: Recovery of Norton Ghost 2003 disk image with one mi.. My thought is just to use this 60 GB drive as a host OS for the copying, rather than doing the ghost thing again. Please, can anyone help me recover the data without formating? Sectors per Track: 63 (0x3F) 12.
For kicks I low-level formatted it (concerns about LLF noted; this drive I don't care about), created a couple partitions on it with PM8 (DOS version; not sure exact version but
I've googled quite a bit but have found few helpful references for this particular problem. So my current backup scheme is to backup using R&R to the NAS once a week, and once a month or so I do an MS Backup to the NAS. response in this thread.
ucEndCylinder (119521) must be less than 14593. his comment is here Jump: EB 52 90 2. OEM Name: NTFS 3. Info: Partition didn't end on cylinder boundary.
Log in or Sign up PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Hardware > OT: Disk Geometry Error on hard drive Discussion in 'Windows XP Hardware' started by ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Number of Heads: 255 (0xFF) 13. this contact form PM will usually offer to fix a corrupted partition, but in this case, apparently the corruption is even beyond PM's capabilities.
It closes down after the error message. Nobody at $ymantec is likely to know what you are talking about. Don WindowsXP Home Don Pullem, Oct 13, 2005 #1 Advertisements Don Pullem Guest Re: Disk Geometry Error on hard drive RESOLVED I deleted the partitions using disk management utility.
ucEndSector expected to be 63, not 29. 0 2 74 114 111 32 65 Pages 1 You must login or register to post a reply RSS topic feed Posts: 2 1 Topic by eggeggegg 2007-12-22 16:29:04 eggeggegg New member Offline Registered: 2007-07-07 Posts: 2 Topic: Don Don "Don Pullem" <> wrote in message news:... >I use Partition Magic 7 to partition my hard drives. Ghost was able to work but never DI2002 until now... _________________X61 7674-4NU 120 GB HD & 2.0 GB RAMIt just keeps getting better and better...Formerly: T42p, T30, T20, 770X, 760CD Top
Actual values are: 17462655 0 00 17324 2 1 0B 26695 4 63 17462718 9446157 Error #105: Partition didn't begin on head boundary. Drive Image similarly chokes on the drive which is the real reason for my concern. Will make a final report tomorrow. navigate here Help!!
Hidden Sectors: 63 (0x3F) 14. SYMPTOMS: Invalid Drive Specification messages. See: Hard Disk Data Security and Protection Features Summary Features Backup partition table Rebuild partition table Fixboot Boot from CD More Features Fix Boot Sector of Partition Backup MBR (Master Boot Doing a complete reinstall isn't an option due to some corporate stuff installed.
I don't have an overlay, and the HD is only 19 GB. Actual values are: 0 1 73 45381 70 3 74 79242 34 29 729050177 543974724 Warning: Partition boot flag expected to be 0x00 So you must start with disk 2, but after the GUI loads disk 1 is refered to as disk 1 and disk 2 as disk 2. you can also use Chkdsk d: /f to check and fix errors 0 LVL 31 Overall: Level 31 Storage 3 Message Expert Comment by:rid2004-05-30 There is a small program called
This readjusts the partition boundaries. *** It is highly recommended to backup any important files before doing resize/move operations. *** Posts: 2 Pages 1 You must login or register to post TipsNNTricks 999,990 views 7:08 How to a disk read error occurred press ctrl+alt+del to restart - Duration: 1:26. All other rights are reserved.PowerQuest, makers of PartitionMagic(r), Drive Image(tm), andDriveCopy(tm), can be reached at: Voice: 801-437-8900 Fax: 801-226-8941 Web site: http://www.powerquest.com/support/ E-mail: [email protected] System Information: Total Physical Memory (bytes): 1,610,072,064 Pleas insert a disk into drive.