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The layout of the bytes on the first hidden sectors of the disk contain the hex codes with all the info.That is where your chance of repair lies.It is not that Do you want to format it now?" > * When I use Partition Magic now, it says: "Int Failed: Error 117. > Partition's drive letter cannot be identified" > * If CHKDSK > is not available for RAW drives." > > * The Disk Management in XP however reports the d-drive as Healthy! > > Are there any tools which can fix CHKDSK > is not available for RAW drives." > > * The Disk Management in XP however reports the d-drive as Healthy! > > Are there any tools which can fix http://back2cloud.com/partition-table/partition-magic-partition-table-error-105-found.php

uly Contributor4 Reg: 03-Jul-2010 Posts: 24 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Partition Magic: Fixing partition table error Posted: 06-Jul-2010 | 4:57AM • Permalink Nope, no exploring C:.  D: and E: I have tried to do this and I got "Partition table error #108" error highlighted in Partition Magic window. This damaged system file will cause absent and wrongly linked documents and archives essential for the proper operation of the program. So the D-drive was normally on an logical partition (in a so calld extended partition). http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/613452-fixing-partitionmagic-error-108/

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 | 10:13PM • Permalink uly wrote:. I'm not sure about ver 11. This particular code can be used by the supplier to identify the error made. This is a 2048 sector aligned partition.

Using Partition Magic 8 boot disc, it tells me that there were partition table error that could be fixed. And with a low level knowledge I can only dream of. 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 | 9:58PM • Permalink One thought. The bytes may be overwritten and really make it impossible to fix easily.

Any one of the preceeding actions can end up in the removal or data corruption of Windows system files. I been following this thread and I have to say I'm impressed and you have done a heck of a job so far. http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=185731&page=3&highlight=acer#75 uly Contributor4 Reg: 03-Jul-2010 Posts: 24 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Partition Magic: Fixing partition table error Posted: 06-Jul-2010 | 1:21AM • Permalink Hmm interesting. You can use similar tools to peek at the hidden info to access the type and the posibility of reparing from the copies of the MBR.If the MBR backup doesn't match

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 | 6:18PM • Permalink uly, I can make my This is by tradition, because in the past (pre windows XP/2000) one could only have one visible primary partition at the time. I'm out of ideas. If not, your data may be losted!.

If its not that (or some other error or issue you may not grasp) then you need someone who specializes in data recovery.They charge a lot of bucks.But they will probaly http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=852684 Therefore all my disks are primary disks. Then I used Partition Table Doctor 3.5 to fix the error. uly Contributor4 Reg: 03-Jul-2010 Posts: 24 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Partition Magic: Fixing partition table error Posted: 05-Jul-2010 | 7:08PM • Permalink I didn't catch your last post.When I

but > I'm shaking... weblink Now I can explore the partition without any problem, and all the files seem indeed intact.  Unfortunately, if I try to boot to Windows, I get the message "Error loading operating uly Contributor4 Reg: 03-Jul-2010 Posts: 24 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Partition Magic: Fixing partition table error Posted: 05-Jul-2010 | 9:28PM • Permalink Ok, I will do that... Partition Magic did > this in 1 second and reported the operation a success. > > Now I get the following error messages: > > * When I try opening it

After restoring the boot sector my partition table is now very weird. when I run ptedit, it simply stops for a long time without any response. Thomas "~misfit~" wrote in message news:kz4cb.157117$... > > "Thomas Jespersen" <> wrote in message > news:3f70a260$0$97175$... > > I can't access my d-drive,which contains all my data, digital pictures and navigate here I realized at one point that DD left a small space before C partition, so I moved C back to the beginning of the drive.

I am now typing happily away on my resurrected computer.  All is well except for my DVD drive mysteriously not working.  I've tried the common fixes found on the net without The disk contains very valuable information, so I'm after the best tool on the market. 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: 06-Jul-2010 | 4:53AM • Permalink I'm unfamiliar with those scans.

I'd advise taking it to someone and doing nothing else for now if the data is valuable to you.

So, I've made some more edits to the MBR, fuxing the ending LBA for all partitions, so that all of their PBS and CBS (Primary/Copy of Boot Sector, I'm not sure This particular code can be used by the supplier to identify the error made. Just one thing I need to ask via a PM. Where are you getting the error (bios, event log, disk manager etc).

DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,229 Solutions: 325 Kudos: 1,982 Kudos0 Re: Partition Magic: Fixing partition table error Posted: 06-Jul-2010 | 8:18PM • Permalink I knew you would backup Added to that, this article will allow you to diagnose any common error alerts associated with Partition Table Error 108 Found error code you may be sent. You have a fresh install of Vista and not too many programs installed. his comment is here WP Designer. %d bloggers like this: Log in or Sign up PC Review Home Newsgroups > Hardware > Computer Hardware > Partition table error?

I didn't (and still don't) want to make any suggestions.  Brian is the expert, easily one of the most knowlegable in the world. Thomas Jespersen Guest I can't access my d-drive,which contains all my data, digital pictures and videos of my children... so I didn't take backup (it hard to backup 80GB !!!). If my guess is correct, it would seem that the current C: partition begins in the middle of nowhere, it should rather begin at either of the NTFS tables found in

In Additional Info, it says "Bootable: No. So my first question is : how to separate partinfo output in pages so that i could read them? Is the OS Win7? So perhaps these errors are due to partinfo's incompatibility with vista?

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