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Or you > could use the Windows XP Recovery Console and run: > > diskpart > active > exit > > I'm not sure if you will need to use the All rights reserved. Copying my Windows XP partition is not trivial -- its about 15 GB used/54 GB total. Then run make sure >> the Windows XP partition is the active partition. >> >> The standard bootstrap program in the MBR can only read the partition >> table also in http://rss4medics.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-find-the-location-of-where-bootmagic.php

I have a 120 GB internal disk and a 500 GB external disk. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads I am trying to hook it up as an internal backup drive. Make sure the volume BootMagic is installed on is visible, > > and is assigned the same drive letter as at the time of install." > > > > The volume

Reply With Quote July 6th, 2004,10:39 PM #2 wonderinguy34 View Profile View Forum Posts Restless Nocturne Join Date Mar 2000 Location Nanaimo,B.C. I made a small FAT partition (following the directions in BootMagic) to install BootMagic. First you'll probably have to redefine that partition you deleted I think. Make sure that you have a current backup of the data on your drive, and then run FDISK /MBR at the A:\ prompt. 3.

During boot I get a message: Error finding BTMAGIC.img (because bootmagic was installed on the new drive D: that I just took out). You are hereby notified that any use, dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. In a message dated 12/23/2007 10:10:36 P.M. You may have used BootMagic to boot from an >> operating system on a 2nd hard drive so Top BootMagic Problem by Vanguard » Tue, 26 Oct 2004

I then did a baseline backup and scheduled incremental backups once a week. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/boot-magic-lost-113782/ Now, when I boot, I get a > > message saying that the BTMAGIC.IMG file can't be found and Boot > > Magic needs to be installed again.

I have tried uninstall to no avail, have run spybot, adaware SE,.. CAUTION: We strongly recommend that you back up the registry before you make any changes to it. However, with me it does not work! Whether you need to do one of those zero out the hard drive operations I do not know but you need to do more than simply reinstall WIndows on the existing

Since the Recovery Console booted into the > partition with Windows XP (according to your selection of which instance > to load for the Recovery Console), it will make that partition I made a small >> FAT partition (following the directions in BootMagic) to install >> BootMagic. Any instructions or offers contained within this message are for a specific person, system configuration, location, and situation. solved Windows 8.1 Corrupt Installation File Can't find your answer ?

Eric Greene, Oct 22, 2004 #1 Advertisements Vanguardx Guest "Eric Greene" <> wrote in news:: > I think I made a mistake! > > The machine is running XP Pro (loaded Get More Info huwyngr Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 13-Apr-2008 Posts: 25,396 Solutions: 329 Kudos: 3,818 Kudos0 Re: Boot Magic will not install Posted: 29-Mar-2009 | 11:37AM • Permalink Good luck -- since you say Make sure the volume BootMagic is installed> on is visible, and is assigned the same drive letter as at the time of> install. Just installed Bootmagic 8 on my other machine and after a re-start can't get Thread Tools Search this Thread 04-01-2007, 09:58 PM #1 Skipper 69 Registered Member Join

If you are running Windows XP on a FAT32 > partition or have another partition as FAT then you can install > BootMagic on that FAT partition. This file is /etc/grub.conf If you do a google search on configure grub or such you should find a lot of helpful information on various options for grub, but if you You may have to disconnect the drive first. 3. useful reference Can I wipe the HDD from cmd.exe?

Hugh rhmccullough Contributor4 Reg: 26-Mar-2009 Posts: 22 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 3 Kudos0 Re: Boot Magic will not install Posted: 31-Mar-2009 | 9:26AM • Permalink success !About midnight last night, I finished However FIXMBR reports a on-standard or invalid MBR" and warns that FIXMBR ould cause all partitions to become inaccessible." Any suggestions on how to proceed? "Vanguardx"<> wrote in message news<This allowed me to reinstall BootMagic. (Now let's hope it does what it's supposed to do this time.) « HD accessible in xp safe mode not xp normal | High

Bootmagic was on a small FAT32 partition on this drive (the XP drive). Make sure the volume BootMagic is installedon is visible, and is assigned the same drive letter as at the time ofinstall. When fdisk converts to cylinder/head/sector, the start and end C/H/S are not on cylinder boundaries, which causes Partition Magic to complain.  PM's recommendation -- delete everything on your hard disk [ugh!] Then the computer will think that its gone so it should install.

My internal disk 1 is 120 GB.  My external disk 2 is 500 GB. Since the Recovery Console booted into the partition with Windows XP (according to your selection of which instance to load for the Recovery Console), it will make that partition the active Does someone have an idea?Brizo Last edited by brizo; July 6th, 2004 at 10:08 PM. this page Also if you want the 200 or so URLs that I found on the xp pro website, my e-mail is under my profile.

Installed and all went fine. > > However, it turned out I didn't need to install another operating > system (don't ask) and, rather than RTFM, just erased and deleted the Run "fixmbr". We apologize if you did not receive a response to your last message. Inactive Malware Help Topics 4 08-30-2006 09:14 PM What is DMI Pool Data?

The BIOS can only read the MBR bootstrap program from the first physical drive it finds. Don't know how I managed that, though.>> Now, I am running out of ideas.