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That was probably a bad move, since the error occurred right after. Now is when I ask for help, I promise I've done all in my power to fix this myself. I guess not with that file system error. Brian_K Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,840 Solutions: 122 Kudos: 662 Kudos0 Re: Partition Magic: Fixing partition table error Posted: 05-Jul-2010 | 7:12PM • Permalink Is this correct? this contact form

I never had less than 768MB RAM installed on this computer, but presently am using 4GB. bạn hãy đọc bài viết của mình phía trên (dùng hirent boot) để khắc phục. Indeed, in both these situations, an OS to be started was on a hidden partition at the moment of start. I think it was at about this stage that I ran the window xp install disk recovery console and ran fixboot.

Some other disk managing utilitys like gparted and qtparted simply seem to crash on the disk. I also blanked the Ext3 formatting option for this partition and didn't install any boot loader for Ubuntu. Go figure and I hope we haven't scared-off AndrewMac. We have not been told exactly where the main Ubuntu partition was installed - viz to logical or primary and whether in front or behind the three FATs plus swap area

Also, as I said, there are blank spaces between C/D and D/C, but now in MBR view, the first blank space btween C/D is gone. Partners Support Community Ubuntu.com Ubuntu Documentation Official Documentation Community Help Wiki Contribute Page HistoryLogin to edit PartitionMagic_Error_#114 Style Cleanup Required This article does not follow the style standards in the Wiki In addition, I would still need Grub2 to start other OSs, if I'm correct. For their physical locations, I chose area between Win XP and the Extended partition and after the Logical F: partition for the Linux Primary partition (Ext3) and for Swap area, respectively.

GRUB itself is a good boot manager and if installed to the MBR is easily removed using fixmbr or fdisk /mbr should that ever be required. Get the answer Anonymous a b G Storage June 23, 2005 11:44:16 AM Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage (More info?) "Teslacuted Protoneous" wrote in message news:[email protected] > > The user guide Logical partitions in Linux begin with /dev/sda5. more info here Commit internal 5 seconds <6>EXT3 FS on hda8, internal journal <6>EXT3-fs:mounted filesystem with ordered data mode (yes, it repeats itself) So, I run grub (version 0.94) to see of it can

Alas I grew up with the "when in doubt, reboot" mantra. Fragments/group: 8192 10. It was the first partition of my extended partition (hda3?). Even a Win98 partition can be reconfigured as an NT-based system partition.

The logical partitions are then numbered after the primary partitions. http://forum.bkav.com.vn/forum/bkav-other/hoi-dap/27969-help-cach-khac-phuc-partition-table-error-114-found Boot.ini in WinXP enumerates normal primary (non-extended) partitions first - also in the order of the underlying partition tables in the MBR - up to a maximum of four or three Major revision level: 1 23. So I put in the PartitionMagic disk hoping to learn something...

To be absolutely sure that what I saw in p. 2. http://back2cloud.com/partition-magic/partition-magic-partition-table-error-108-found.php I was going to use PM, but found that PM doesn't support Vista, so I bought Acronis Disk Director for the job. I believe the menu.lst and the way you edit and update grub has changed as well as the locations. In such a situation there is no partition layout screen displayed at all and you don't have access to any partition!

uly Contributor4 Reg: 03-Jul-2010 Posts: 24 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Partition Magic: Fixing partition table error Posted: 05-Jul-2010 | 7:39PM • Permalink Indeed it was DD that caused the It's likely that Ubuntu has matured significatly since then and this isn't longer a problem. I'm wondering whether or not the use of PowerQuest PTedit and replacing the erroneous data in the partition tables with the correct ones can solve the problem. navigate here Fixmbr may damage your partition tables on the current hard disk to become inaccessible.

Although I have Boot Magic, I didn't install it, because I use Win98se from time to time only. It's likely that Ubuntu has matured significatly since then and this isn't longer a problem. This is very surprising and disappointing since it is a LTS release.

As I mentioned, I was tweaking my partition sizes before the error.

Musicarta 429,782 views 3:58 Repair and Fix Hard Drive and Disk Errors - Duration: 5:39. If you want NTFS support, you now need only install an RPM to get it But that's just for accesing NTFS from Linux and won't solve your problem (which I think if I try to resize the broken partition, it says "File system corrupt or unformatted" For a bit more detail, my HD is has 3 partitions as I said. To fix this error PM can simply write a new EPBR record for this logical partition.

Then I can hook everything back up, create a a boot menu item in BiNG and everything is good. I of course said no and cancelled the installation. GRUB or LILO must be invoked when booting Linux in some manifestation or other. his comment is here And at times I have multiples of each on the system.

That is correct. I still have pretty old OSs, namely, Win98se and WinXP (both FAT32) installed independently of each other, on separate partitions. You have a fresh install of Vista and not too many programs installed. In the past I have only ever had to specify which partition one wanted to install GRUB to but it appears that in 10.4 that not only must one do this

I arrived at yearly computer fair about 2 hrs before the end. I really appreciate them very much. What about your second partition, MBR entry 1. Ask !

Could 'non-standard' MBR result from the Linux installations, in general? 2. All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users. It shows 3 OSs including Ubuntu and always one of them was marked for start, i.e. so I decided to stick to fdisk, ugly as it may be.

So from the sounds of this my initial issue was with installing Grub to / and nothing to do with ext4 support. There were two OSs to choose booting from: W98 se and Win XP. To be precise, Swap is my last logical partition and Ubuntu is installed on the last primary partition, adjacent to the Extended (thus also to Swap) one. And I'm sure he remembers your post saying it was originally installed as  XP and upgraded to Vista.

So perhaps these errors are due to partinfo's incompatibility with vista? What makes this more difficult to re-order is that the EPBRs form a daisy chain (which you can follow in PTEdit) and not a nice list that exists for the primaries. Computing.Net and Purch hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy. the file system is back.

It sounds like PM has done horrible things to your 2048 sector aligned partition. Blocks count: 1889637 3.