I get the Dell loading bar and then nothing, just a black screen with a little white line in the top left corner. I bought a 3 TB internal drive not knowing about the problems it will have with my Windows xp. If you enable the 48-bit LBA ATAPI support by editing the registry setting, but you lack both a 48-bit LBA compatible BIOS and a hard disk that has a capacity of Partition 3 was assigned the remaining space and labled Drive E. useful reference
Do I require any jumpers on these drives if I were to hook up 2 SCSI drives together? I have tried to restore from last known good backup, but it did not find any. GRUB works fine, and I can boot into CentOS without problem. If you get any issues with MHDD, I suggest to post in hddguru forums: http://forum.hddguru.com/ ThanksDmitry Postrigan on October 29, 2007 9:27 pm THX!
Yea, and the 1.27 Petabyte fibre channel SAN I use at work works pretty dang well too. i'm afraid your software didn't work with my hdd. Clean scan. Thus I have 250G worth of space (less the 8+ meg used for System Volume information on NTFS formatted drives.
Do you have a paypal donate option? Lee JayJul 9, 2008, 12:59 AM It's not a hardware issue. I had a problem with my mbr hardisk and solved it with your method. Partition Magic Why does it matter?
You only need to worry about jumpers if you are using an IDE hard drive. Installing Windows Xp On 1tb Hard Drive http://forum.pcmech.com/forumdisplay.php?f=40 Reply Big Ste says: September 26, 2007 at 4:43 pm Very helpful, thanks. Sometimes it woudl boot up and sometimes it wouldn't. Thanks from your help!Bakica on July 5, 2008 10:03 pm Same problem as Thomas Abercrombie: I reduced by error my samsung hard disk HD502IJ/Y with estool to lba 48bits
It seems windows would post a site to let you know how to do this, instead of being so difficult and a secret!!! Western Digital Ok, Ill give that a try and then repost. Steve says: 3 years ago I have tried these commands but I get the response, "the device is not ready". I have since deleted all partitions, created new partitions (C & D)) and loaded XP back on after formatting C drive.
Dyan Reply s says: January 2, 2008 at 2:17 pm I am installing a second hard drive (60 GB, to be used for data only) on my 2 year old computer. If steps 1—3 did not help, then we have a very cool tool that analyzes your hard drive's LBA48, HPA and DCO status and recovers factory settings (see below). 1tb External Hard Drive Windows Xp Apparently Windows didn't have a problem addressing the extra space, and would show the full size drive. Windows Xp 1tb But still it might be true that a modern version of for instance Acronis True Image is able to clone (full sector to sector copy, or more like only plain 0's
Wanted to install in new box. see here After a short time came a pop up window: Device is currently in use and cannot be removed from the system. Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top LH Posts: 20002 This post has been reported. jbrenerJul 22, 2008, 6:54 AM I have the same problem with my Inspiron 8600. Gpt Protective Partition
says: November 9, 2008 at 4:07 am You saved my ass man! Is there a chance that I did something wrong? I feel really stupid. http://linux4newbie.com/windows-xp/how-to-backup-windows-xp-to-external-hard-drive.html In the case of linux/unix dual boots, the Windows partition is no longer marked active, hence the failure.
I had no idea that "disk management" section existed 😀 Once i found it i initialized the HD and am currently formatting it. What should i do? and i cant figure out how to get past this and what is wrong?
Note on my end, I had to use Disk Management to first remove the 31.4 gig partition, so it's completely unallocated. This was more than Helpfull in my Latest Conquest!!! My 1TB WD10EACS was showing up as only 32mb. Risley - it's not easy finding good tech support at 10:30, but I've been waiting too long to get this up new drive up and running to wait, and this little
I tried every recovery program I could find. What would be a good partition manager to use?? More power to you!!!!Japorms on October 1, 2007 10:24 pm I tried the program I got a message " More than one device detected on the channel with the http://linux4newbie.com/windows-xp/install-windows-xp-on-external-hard-drive.html emailwedgy says: 7 years ago Dude, you rock.
Do you have any suggestion that does not imply reinstalling the OS? Please check the Windows documentation about hardware disk configuration and your hardware reference manuals for additional information. ….sometimes when trying to unplug it and open it again, it says…. Supported OS: 32-bit versions of Windows XP/Vista/2003 All you have to do is to run it and click "Restore Capacity". I use many application Corel Draw, PageMaker, Video editing digital pixs editing as well as normal nerd usage.
After installing Ubuntu I can not boot Vista. Using EASEUS Data Recovery, I learned my BIOS reports the drive as 240 heads, 63 sectors, and 17753 cylinders (240 * 63 * 17753 * 512 = 137.4GB). This tool allowed me to reset the drive to its full capacity, sans DDO. They will use their own DCO tools to lock capacity to 40GB.
I was looking for a program able to help me and i tested at least 10 of them during one week before finding this blog. But don't want to accidentally mess up the main hard drive. Next Step?