This happens on the HDD in question as well as my other drives. Apparently, when PM was starting up, it recognized the RAID card but was unable to find a partition table for it, since I only have one drive in my system. when i triied to do it, my computer restarted and gave me error code 100, which is a problem with the MBR. V_R posted Oct 21, 2016 at 3:24 PM Which Anti-Virus software do you use (2016)? Check This Out
But it seems like you have already found it then and that it is the external. It may be able to handle the condition that Partition Magic 6 can't.Personally, I'd evacuate all data off the drive and clean install.Getting a partition table error would cause me concern. The other Promise card has three drives that pretty much act only as storage. 215451[/snapback] You mentioned above that the bad drive has no data on it? Init failed error >100 Partition Table is bad. > >I have run chkdsk under DOS mode on each of my drives and no errors >were reported.
Dec 21, 2004 #1 Vigilante TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,666 Partition Magic is really good, I trust it. The drive has no data on it. thanks. The stop codes bother me the most as I'm afraid to open files that I'd really be upset if they were to be corrupted because of a stop error.
If parts of the file system have become corrupt so that files are absent or damaged one can call this a software problem. Unless you have been able to boot to an external drive then just I don't follow this. I have the complete installation disk with SP2 slipstreamed onto it. 6 hard disks. The other variable is, do you have any "Go-Back" software?
I do not intend to boot from the external and therefore opted to save the search time and not enable USB. In order to see it, its USB2 setting may or may not need to be enabled; both settings should be tried if there is a problem with recognition. I cannot see the drive in either Windows Explorer, Partition Magic or BiNG. useful source When I built my system, I installed the RAID controller card just so it wouldn't get lost.
From your comments: what I can do is: uninstall any recently added software,run without the ZIP drive,disconnect the 280Gig/COX drive,reinstall drivers ????????,maybe reinstall heavily used programs???,run programs that I remember causing Then tryed on a smaller HD, 17.2 just the same result. Can someone please tell if the error message is bogus or if there is really something wrong some place and what software should be used to fix the problem. Init failed error >100 Partition Table is bad. > >I have run chkdsk under DOS mode on each of my drives and no errors >were reported.
This is my main boot drive and therefore marked as active. his comment is here SO I will probably move any good data off that external drive and then play with GDB for experience purposes if nothing else. click here for the 'error list' hue 00:36 03 Jul 03 Thanks crx1600,It's a bit late now for me to follow up on this but will look at it tomorrow. However, anytime I delete a file, the system reboots!
Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... Feds Walk Into A Building, Demand Everyone's Fingerprints To Open Phones [Security] by Itguy2016330. BiNG (and PM) can also be put out by having an external drive attached particularly with BiNG if this is a USB2 drive and USB2 has not been enabled in the this contact form I think you may have power problem with the USB/Firewire card...and if there is, then 'flaky' drive reading is a definite...if the drives aren't being read/seen by the USB card properly
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If one is technical enough Dr Watson Logs or other memory dump analysis and debugging can be helpful. I cannot see the drive, so doing a back up is out of the question. (PM only presented this #100 error the first time I started PM after the reboot and Take nice care of yourselves - Paul - ♪ - Help to start using BiNG. But, I believe that this isolates the problem to that drive.
http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?p=2903017 Noyb, Sep 1, 2005 #4 shadowman25 Guest Thread Starter when i run chkdsk i get a warning F: parameter not specified and it doesnt check my f harddrive and Elvandil, Sep 1, 2005 #6 Bob Cerelli Joined: Nov 2, 2002 Messages: 22,468 Is this a continuation of a prevoius thread? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? partition table is bad" Furthermore, when I boot the computer, it takes several minutes and one drive has a strange label on the black boot screen, gibberish.
Reply With Quote 02-24-2007,08:39 AM #23 mrmomaz View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Ascendant Master Geek Join Date Apr 2006 Location the sunny state Posts 287 hareware/software? This is an NTFS partition followed by some unallocated space - then an extended partition containing a number of logicals and finally a primary "large" FAT16 that you have called "FOR Hard Disk Drives (HDD) Existing user? Since any modifications PartitionMagic makes may decrease the amount of data that is recoverable from the hard disk, PartitionMagic does not recognize any of the hard disk's partitions.
I most recently added a post on this thread that I turned the drive off during a CHKDSK run causing more problems. That's what the PM8 manual urges and I agree. Init failed error > 100 Partition Table is bad. > > I have run chkdsk under DOS mode on each of my drives and no errors > were reported.