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i have been using my acer aspire 5742 with 320gb hdd for 2 years now and now I decided to upgrade it to 500gb but could not bear the fact that i had to loose my recovery drive and all its features with it. So I decided to transfer it to my new hdd. Now here's my problem;

whatever i try, i can't boot with my new hdd.
i'm going to summarise what have i tried so far:

1) copied my *:PQSERIVE (recovery drive / 14GB) and *:SYSTEM RESERVED (system drive / 100mb) using EASUS drive copy feature, installed the new hdd into the laptop, removed the old one and tried to boot but couldn't do it.

2) tried to install a fresh copy of win through 4 recovery DVDs which i had burned through my acer eRecovery from my older hdd, all files are copied but as soon as the laptop restarts it displays the same message and is unable to boot.

3) removed my system reserved drive through EASUS. Assigned my recovery drive a letter, made it bootable with bcdboot command (bootsect does not work with me :/ ) and made it active. tried to boot and start windows setup through this drive but failed.

4) removed every thing and tried to install windows through those 4 recovery DVDs but still cant boot after restart.

what am i missing here? Please help

P.S WHENEVER I WANT TO COPY OR REMOVE ANY DRIVE OR WANT TO USE EASEUS ON MY NEW HDD, I PLUG IN MY ORIGINAL HDD, BOOT MY WINDOWS AND CONNECT MY NEW HDD THROUGH A USB JACKET.




A Heads Up and Warning for those who may not be aware:
Windows 8 wants to place it's boot files on another drive or create a new/hidden partition for them

I was experimenting with the Windows 8 image backup and restore feature, yes Windows 8 does have one that looks similar
to the Windows 7 Image Backup and Restore application, but I didn't actually use it Because I was trying to figure out why the heck this imaging application of Microsoft's was consistently wanting to include a seemingly random other internal drive with it's image of my primary C:/ drive.
And it wouldn't provide any option to remove that extra partition from it's image creation setup. I found out why afterwards; The boot files for Windows 8 are placed elsewhere and it wanted to include an image
of that entire partition, in my case internal drive, to include those boot files.

When you first go to install Windows 8 it wants to create another partition and place boot files on it instead of the primary partition.
If it can't create the 300MG or so partition on the same drive it will place them on another drive.
In my case, and for whatever reason, it didn't create a separate 300MG partition on the same drive.
It took an already existent 2 TB drive half full of data and placed the boot files on it, then removed the drive letter from it,
thereby rendering it unseen until I had to go into disk manager and reassign the drive letter.
I had no idea that the boot files for Windows 8 were being placed anywhere other than where they belong;
On the drive or partition Windows 8 is running on.

This got me curious so I went looking a little closer at this drive I had to reassign it's drive letters too and found the boot files
hidden in plain sight:
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Desktop Computer
Here you can see them located on one of my internal backup drives named: "MiRROR".
Note that they would normally be hidden.

I did another little experiment; I deleted those boot files I found placed on the above internal storage and backup drive.
Naturally, when I went to reboot, there will be no booting into Windows 8, and there will be no image restore either because
there would not have been the included boot files in the image I had made to restore from.

What I ended up having to do to get my image restored (from a Macrium Reflect image) was to reinstall Windows 8.
I watched it place the boot files on this other drive of mine at the time of custom clean reinstall of the OS.
And as I can recall, it did not provide any option to move them elsewhere.
So I reinstalled Windows 8, restored the image I had made previously, then I had to go in with the Windows 8 recovery disk
and use the command prompt to have "bootrec" rebuild/reconcile the new boot files that were placed on the other drive from
the freshly installed OS. So in order to get the restored image up and running, I had to reconcile the OS restore to the new boot files.

To confirm this, Windows 8 did the same thing on my laptop, except it kept the original hidden partition for the placement of such boot files.
The laptop was an upgrade install of Windows 8.
My desktop was a format and clean install of Windows 8.

If anyone else has noticed this behavior, or has any input into this please post.
I would like to discuss workarounds or any steps in the install process I may have missed.
Thanks
C




Since I removed a failed data disk (Drive G:/) from my Win7 64 bit system, Backup finishes but gives an incomplete backup error of not finding Drive G. When I search Change Backup Settings, I can find no reference to the missing drive, although the desired C: and D: drives are listed. How can I prevent this error reporting, ie, remove this drive from the backup list of sources?




My XP system has been infected with a virus for ten days, and has been unusable for three days. All my attempts at recovering the system have failed. Today I'm going to buy a copy of Windows 7 and rebuild it.

This thread concerns how to prevent the same thing from happening again. Specifically, it concerns how to back up a functioning system so that something does go wrong, I can simply blow away the affected partition and restore it. (I would not lose data by doing that, since I keep all of my data in other partitions -- about the only protective measure I took that has worked out as planned!)

I used PartitionMagic to store two backups of my system disk in hidden partitions on the same drive -- one current, one older. Both turned out to be unusable. In each case when I tried to boot the restored partition I got a message that hal.dll was corrupted. With the current one I restored hal.dll from the cab file on the installation disk; when I tried to boot again Windows hung with no message. Evidently at least one other file was "corrupted"; probably many were.

I tried to do a repair installation of Windows, but it failed because of an "extended I/O error." I assume this was a read error on the DVD drive, because I've had trouble reading this installation disk before, but the message did not say. I copied the installation disk to an ISO file on another computer and burned it to a new DVD, then tried again, but the installer thought it was half-way through the installation and tried to proceed from a point after the original failure. I restored the partition from the backup again, but this time the installer claimed that my system partition did not contain a valid copy of Windows, making a repair installation impossible.

It appears that something has corrupted my backups, and they're getting worse the more I try to use them.

I've got lots of theories about what happened. Unfortunately none of them are persuasive or easily testable.

Is my hard disk failing? I've seen no other evidence of that, and it is hard to believe that a modern hard disk would fail in a mode that corrupts data with no warning... or that it would choose this precise time to do so.

Did the virus do it? I can believe that a virus might corrupt hidden partitions, although I don't have knowledge that any virus actually does that. But I actually removed the virus from my active partition and was struggling to repair the damage it left behind when things really went south, and I deleted the infected partition before the last incident of apparent corruption happened.

Did the partition table get infected, and did the virus remover miss that? I've heard of such things, but the partition table just isn't that big, and it would need a place to store code to bootstrap. Perhaps there is virus code in one of my data partitions, but my anti-virus program pronounced them clean, and so did the separate virus remover that I used to exterminate the infection. Again, this is possible but seems far-fetched.

Were my backup partitions infected from the start? Maybe, but if so, they were infected with something that caused no trouble in the active partition for the better part of a year after I created the latest backup. Why should it make the system unbootable now? Again, this seems possible but far-fetched.

So, I've got two questions: (1) What happened? (2) How can I prevent it from happening again?

Please answer if you have knowledge that might bear on the situation. Theories without more won't be too helpful; I've got too many theories already.




In this weeks 3-28-2013 Windows Secrets Fred Langa suggests the use of drive imaging for the world wide back up of a corporations operating system. He is exactly correct, that is the absolute best way to back up a single computer... or even a group of identical computers. But, since Windows XP is well over ten years old, and it is a world wide organization AND since Windows XP runs on Intel Processors from Pentium III's to iCore 7's with RAM from 128 MBytes to more than 4 GBytes, I think he missed the target.
IF EVERY computer in the organization is exactly the same drive imaging is great. Since the odds are very much in favor of that not being the case, I would complete inventory of EVERY computer that MUST still support the custom software. Then, I would collect all of the drivers for any unique hardware in the system in one central location with Master backup copies on different media.... flash drives, Gold DVD's, hard drives, etc. I would request budget for replacement of any computer more than seven years old. (Different country's have different amortization schedules.) I would replace as many of the older computers as possible with new hardware. I would investigate the possibility of running the custom software in the Windows 7 XP mode. If the custom software would not run in Windows 7 XP mode, I would go to: http://www.nliteos.com/download.html.
I would download nlite for Windows XP (at least two versions) and check sum the result. I would then use the fastest computer that I could access and spend several days creating a master copy with every update Microsoft ever released of Windows XP. This is slip streaming at it's best. I would NOT remove any of the programs from the original Windows XP CD. I would add this master copy to the driver copies I had already created. This should allow me to re-install Windows XP on any computer that had failed.
Yes Virginia, Windows XP DOES RUN ON A laptop with a Pentium III and 128 MBytes of RAM. I have three still in service.

Merlin




I'm sure i cant be the first with this problem, but after searching for about an hour or so im just gonna ask directly, sorry if this is a duplicate request.

I'm Building a killer system for a friend of mine.

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate for System Builders
Asus Crosshair III Forumla 790FX
Quad Core AMD 3.4GHZ Phenom Black
8GB DDR3 1600OC
Dual Sapphire Radeon HD5850's 1GB DDR5 in Crossfire configuration
LG Blu-Ray DVD burner SATA
Lite-On Blu-Ray Reader SATA
Dual 160GB WD Blue in Raid 1
Single Seagate 1.5tb
WinTV HD TV Tuner

Here's my problem. Windows 7 Loads from the LG Blu-ray device fine. I click on Install Now and get the following error. "A required cd/dvd device driver is missing." It tells me that i can remove the windows 7 disc to install the driver disc that came with the device, but the device is not recognized to do that. Will W7 installer recognize a USB drive that i could load the drivers to?

I have tried using an older SATA Lite-on dvd burner with the same problem...
I have also tried using an IDE DVD burner with no luck

Thanks in advance for any help!!




Hi, I have a big problem with a missing driver (I suspect) following a move from Vista64 to W7. I elected to do a clean install, since in my experience, upgrades are anything but straightforward. I saved all my drivers, settings etc on an external drive.

Following inatallation of W7 (64), I can no longer use my PCMCIA CF card reader. Device manager shows a mass storage controller under "other" devices, even with the card reader removed. If I uninstall this item and reboot, win7 cannot identify it to install a driver.

I have searched almost all day, with no success

Has anyone else on this forum seen this symptom?

My spec is as follows:
Acer Travelmate 5520.

CPU: AMD Turion 64 Mobile TK-55
RAM: 4 GB RAM Dual channel DDR2
Motherboard: Acer Travelmate 5520 version 0100 (Socket M2/S1G1) ATI RS690/RS690M Chipset.
Southbridge model ATI SB600, revision 00.

BIOS: Phoenix Technologies Ltd. V1.14.

Video: ATI Radeon X1200 Series (Acer ALI) GPU RS690M.
HDD: 250GB Western Digital SATA 7200 16MB Cache.
Audio: Realtek HD Audio device

Many thanks,

Jeremy.




Installing Windows 7 (64-Bit) on a dedicated hard drive for testing...
Re-partitioned an unused hard drive and installed with no problems. Upon first start I received the following message:
Windows Boot Manager
Windows Failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause
[...]

File: Windowssystem32hal.dll
status: 0xc0000098
info: Windows failed to load because the HAL is missing or corrupt. "hal.dll" does not appear to be on the install dvd (iso).

my system:
Asus P5K SE/EPU
Intel(R) Core2 Duo E8200 2x2.66GHz
2 GB DDR2 RAM (2x Dual channel 1 GB)
Realtek ALC 883 8-Channel HD Audio
Nvidia GeForce 7300 SE/7200 GS
Soundblaster Live! 24-Bit
LG GH20NS10 CD/DVD+-R/RW (40x/16x) (SATA)
1TB WD HDD (SATA) (removed for Windows7 testing)
250 GB WD HDD (IDE) (removed for Windows7 testing)
40 GB Seagate HDD (IDE)
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Windows XP (SP3)
Ubuntu 8.10
Windows 7 Beta (build 7)




Upon OS boot up, I’m getting the ntoskrnl.exe missing or corrupt message. It started after I re-partitioned some hard drives to free up some space. I booted up and got the error message.

I tried to boot up to my back up OS and still got the message. I tried to re-install a drive image, using Acronis start up disk, but got the message that no hard drives were found.

Being desperate, and not being able to boot to my back up OS, nor re-install a drive image, I re-installed Windows 7 (I could only find my build 7700 RC disc), installed Acronis True Image, and then tried to re-install the MBR, from an image to the drive I was trying to boot from. I then wasn’t able to boot to any drives, again, and re-installed Win 7 again, and made a drive image. I re-installed that image to another drive and was able to boot to that drive, but when I tried to re-install a drive image with by OS and programs, I got the error again. I’ve tried 3 different images of my OS, but always getting the error.

I’m at a loss as to what to do next, I’ve tried re-installing the OS drive image to a disk with only one partition, I’ve tried unplugging the other drives and trying to boot from just the one, but still get the error.

The only thing I can think of doing next is to find my OS disk, re-install the OS, programs and settings, which I obviously don’t want to do.

I had been using a Easy BCD boot manager, so there may be an issue with the boot.ini file, but I need instruction on how that file works, what I should look for in that file, and where it resides, when you have multiple OS on a system.

Would this work:

To install Easybcd on XP, you need to first download and install .NET Framework 2.0 from MS

Download details: .NET Framework Version 2.0 Redistributable Package (x86)

D/L and install Easybcd

Download EasyBCD 1.7.2 - NeoSmart Technologies

A. Click Manage Bootloader

Attachment 1093

B. Make sure "Reinstall Vista Bootloader" is selected, Click Write MBR

C. Select Add/Remove Entries

D. Select Windows Vista/7, Click Add Entry, Click Save

Don't worry it says Vista - NT6 compatible MBR is the same for Vista and 7.

Thanks,

Reid




ok well I have a weird problem that I can not seem to get past. I installed an OEM version of Windows 7 as I am trying to solve a freeze/lockup problem with the RC and after getting it in I get the wonderfull bootmgr missing etc etc...previously if I had the DVD in the drive it would just boot normally until removing the DVD. I eventually fixed this problem when unplugged my storage drive and ran the reapir utility fixing the problem...now however I can not seem to use the same fix. With both drives plugged in it will not load, it gives me the bootmgr missing error even with the DVD in the drive. When I unplug the storage drive and run the utility again no problems found. Any suggestions?




Something totally wierd and shocking happened with my machine running on Windows 7 today (25-06-10).

This is what happened, everything was working fine till the evening. I was back home from a hard day, started my machine and i saw a message that windows has updates that needs to be downloaded. I check the required updates, there were couple of .net framework and few windows kb series. i assumed them to be normal critical updates and as usual i updated my windows 7.

After successful update windows rebooted and something weird happened. i have 4 drives, 1 primary C: and 3 logical (D,E,F). All of a sudden drives D,E,F were unaccessible. It gave Data Error: Cyclic redundancy . And when i tried to right-click and open it, it asked me to format the drive. i thought it could have been something with the update. So i restored backed to my restore point created before the update. After restore the drives were still unaccessible, except the C: i was able to access the C:

I started disk management to see the state of the drives. Surprisingly all the 3 drives showed RAW healthy state. I was shocked as i had all my critical data in those drives. i tried running chkdsk from command prompt on these drives, but it gave the same error.

I then tried putting in the startup disk to boot from cd and check if my data was still there, i rebooted by booting from the startup disk. The screen freezed on a black screen. i removed the cd and rebooted my machine. This time it gave me an options stating start windows normally or repair. I tried to start windows normally, but it failed and just rebooted again. This continued several times. I then went on the option to repair. The repair process just stucked on attempting repair. I rebooted and tried to install windows again. But it said windows cannot be installed on the drive and showed me an unsed 239 GB drive which is my HDD (250GB). Where did my logical drives and the data in it go

i tried the following options from recovery disk i.e running the following commands from the prompt.:
BOOTREC /FIXMBR
BOOTREC /FIXBOOT
BOOTREC /REBUILDBCD
BOOTREC /SCANOS

but all the commands gave a same error "A device attached to the system is not functioning"

i just dont know what to do now ?? All my 12 years career data is in that drive !!

To add to the pain, my external backup drive has been sent to the vendor for RMA, since it had accidentally fallen from my hand and drive was thus unaccessible.

Please help me start my system and retrieve my data




Hello all, sorry for yet another post on this subject but I have tried all the other ones to no avail....so I installed Windows 7 way back during the beta and right from the get go have had this problem. I install fine and get into windows then take out the DVD and low and behold bootmgr is missing yada yada yada....put the DVD back in and it loads just fine. System specs are as follows...
Asus A8N-E
AMD A64 X2 3800+ 939
SAMSUNG 3Gigs DDR RAM PC 3200
WD 200 GB SATA Primary (windows is installed here)
160 GB Slave IDE for storage

I have tried thus far running the repair option and getting no results from that, according to the repair options there is nothing wrong. I have tried removing the storage drive altogether thinking that it might be looking at the wrong drive and got the same Bootmgr is missing message. I looked inside diskmgmt and the primary drive IS set with the boot option....not sure where else to go with this. I installed with a clean format and I do not using dual OS's.




I have now built 3 machines using Win7 and I noticed an interesting problem:

When installing on a machine that has more than one blank hard drive Win 7 seems to write some critical boot files to the second hard drive. I noticed that later if there are any issues with the second hard drive or it gets removed or reformatted all of a sudden there are boot problems even though Win 7 was only installed to the first (main, (C) hard drive). The error I get when booting is "Boot manager missing" "Press ctrl+alt+del to reboot". When this happens I have to run a repair install or worse re-install.

It seems weird that Windows would write anything to a drive other than the one being used as the C: drive that is where the install lives.

Also, I learned the hard way that if I am installing Win 7 on a system with 2 identical hard drives, especially 2 SSD's this is a bad idea because not only does the second drive get some critical files written to it but if I want to remove one of the drives later to be used in another machine, I have no idea which one the Windows install is physically located on since there are no indicator (activity) lights on the drives.

Anyway, maybe there is an obvious reason for the system files that I am not aware of since I am not a super geek when it come s to these things. For now I just start a system install with only one drive in the box. Then later I add the second and third hard drives.

I am just interested in knowing why Windows does this and if there is a solution so I can avoid a post install of the backup or secondary drives....

Thanks,

Dave




Hi, I'm getting this message upon start up

WindowsSystem32winload.exe

The selected entry could not be loaded because the application is missing or corrupt

However this only happens when my Windows 7 disc is removed. Two options are presented at the bottom of this screen, Continue = Enter/Exit = Esc, when I press enter another screen pops up stating my previous OS "Vista Home Premium (Recovered)", not sure what recovered means though, but pressing enter here just reverts me back to the previous screen.

I formatted my drive with a fresh Windows 7 install yet it seems a trace of Vista somehow remains.

I have tried many 'remedies' for Winload, including reinstalling Windows 7, but none have worked so far.

EDIT: Tried a Scanos but it found 0 Windows installs... Yet I'm on Windows now, typing this.




My hubby's PC is running Win7 32 bit.
Typically he "hibernates" his PC rather than shutting it down.
Yesterday he hibernated the PC as usual and then proceeded to remove the power cable while he was re-routing various cables.
He has his hard drives mounted in front loading bays (no need to open PC to remove the drives). The fan in one of these bays was failing and so he decided to move his system drive (while the PC was completely un plugged) to a different bay. When he powered on he got the message that there was no valid boot device.
He powered off and put the hdd back into the original hdd bay and Win7 still will not boot.
I've tried running the startup repair - which Win7 goes directly too and also running a repair your PC from the actual Win7 install disc.

I have re-started it this morning and first got a black screen with "Starting Windows" but missing the coloured logo. Then after a few minutes "Windows is loading files" with a grey progress bar. Next a blue sky type screen and a dialog box titled "Startup Repair". The dialog box also says "Your computer was unable to start". There is a constantly moving progress bar above a line of text "Searching for problems..."
This dialog has run close to a dozen times since the problem first occurred yesterday.
It takes a very long time to complete and when it does returns the answer that Startup repair was unable to fix the error which is reported as being "startuprepairoffline".

The PC will not boot at all not even to safe mode.
Of course he has not created any restore points, so that's not an option.
My PC also runs Win7 32bit - are there any "fix it" discs I can create to help using my PC?

What are the next steps I can/should take?
If at all possible I'd love to surprise hubby when he gets in from work with a fixed PC.




Hello, i have two hard drives:
A 250gb and a 1TB

When I installed windows I chose the 1TB, but just left my other in there as it had some files I wanted on it. Now when I try to remove the 250gb drive, windows will not boot up.

I tried marking the 250gb drive as inactive, but then during boot up it would say bootmgr is missing, so i had to use the installation disk then mark as active again.

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My laptop will not access C drive from my desktop. Get "Access is denied" message. C drive on desktop works fine for the most part. C drive is WD 500 GB (Black) and used to be accessible until I installed Zone Alarm which now I have disabled. C drive is on full control in security for everyone. Windows 7 32. This is the Belarc:
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Hi all. I'm getting an error, but not seeing a viable solution anywhere online. Last year, I had upgraded from Windows Vista on my laptop to Windows 7. To do this, I purchased the .iso from Microsoft's website. I burned it to a disc and everything worked perfectly.

This year, while doing my annual reformat, I got the following error message:

"A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. If you have a driver floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, please insert it now. Note: If the Windows installation media is in the CD/DVD drive, you can safely remove it for this step."

I have tried restarting multiple times. I have tried reinstalling Vista then doing an upgrade. I have tried using inserting the Vista install disc to load the drivers from. I have tried updating the BIOS and drivers settings, as many other forums have said. I know that my disc is valid and works, as it worked for me last year.

As a separate note: I ***do not*** have a 4gig flash drive, nor do I have the funds this year to purchase one (just had a kid and daycare is a pain). It seems like the flash drive method works for everyone else, so nobody bothered posting a fix that doesn't require additional purchases.

Any help? Thanks!




I have a Dell Dimension 8250, o/s Windows XP Pro. I have
a floppy drive, 2 physical hard drives, 1 CD drive, 1 DVD
drive, and a ZIP drive.

The floppy is A. The C drive has a partition which is
labeled G; the second hard drive is F; the ZIP drive is
D; the CD drive is E; and the DVD player is H. This
information shows in MY COMPUTER as my Hard Disk Drives
(C, F, and G) and Devices with Removable Storage (A, D,
E, and H).

When I go into Computer Management, and the Disk
Management portion there are 6 line entries in the right
hand pane, one for each of these devices. (I have the
top view set to volume list; the bottom view to
graphical.) The zip drive, the CD and DVD show the
proper letter assignments. Both hard drives and the
logical drive show no assignment whatsoever. The other
information for them is correct, but they are not labeled.

If I right click on one of the hard drives, and choose to
change drive letter and path, the box that opens is
blank; there is no letter, and my only option is to ADD a
drive letter; the CHANGE is greyed out.

If I click on the DVD, for example, and choose to change
drive letter and path, the box that opens has an H in it
and it gives me the option of changing it.

Why don't my hard drives have a letter assignment? How
can I add one?

I realize this is lengthy, but I wanted to give as much
info as possible.

Many, many thanks for reading and any insight you might
provide.

Pat




WinXP SP1A, patches up to date.

I've got an Asus P4C800-E Deluxe motherboard, which has built-in Intel
and Promise RAID controllers. I have two SATA WD 120GB hard drives
connected to the Intel controller configured as RAID-0 (striped), and
two more SATA WD 120 GB drives connected to the Promise controller
configured as RAID-1 (mirrored). The RAID-0 array consists of drives C:
- I: and the RAID-1 array is drive J:. I also have two USB drives used
to hold off-line backups, drives K: and L:.

I am using the latest (non-beta) version of the P4C800 BIOS (1017),
which includes the latest Intel RAID firmware (I was running an older
BIOS version when these problems surfaced, so I updated to see if this
would solve the problem).

The Event ID 11 message I get is "The driver detected a controller error
on DeviceHarddisk4D". I've also had reports of this nature for
Harddisk5, Harddisk6, Harddisk7, Harddisk8, Hardisk9 and Harddisk10.

The KB says that the most likely cause of these errors is a bad cable.
In checking my cables, I noticed that the plastic SATA connector on the
motherboard for one of the Intel RAID connections had come loose.
Thinking that this was my problem, I swapped out the motherboard but the
problems persist. I also swapped the cables on the Intel controller with
those on the Promise controller. Since the problem did not move with the
cables, I assume the cables are not the problem (I don't have spares but
I've got some on order now).

This leads me to believe that the problem must be on a drive rather than
in the controller or cable, but I'm not sure which drive is having
problems (or even which controller the problem drive is connected to).
Does this sound reasonable?

I've found several articles in the KB and in these newsgroups that
advise looking at key HKLMHARDWAREDEVICEMAP in the registry to find
this information. However, since my drives are on RAID controllers, I
have no IDE keys and the SCSI keys refer only to the RAID controllers.
For example, "HKLMHARDWAREDEVICEMAPScsiScsi Port 0Scsi Bus 0Target
Id 0Logical Unit Id 0" reports an Identifier "RAID 0 Volume" and a Type
"DiskPeripheral".

Further research lead to me the dmdiag utility included in the Support
Tools. Running this utility with the -v (verbose) option yields the
results I've pasted at the end of this message. Nothing in these results
exactly matches the " DeviceHarddisk4D" reported in the error. The
closest I see is "E: = DeviceHarddiskVolume4 [Fixed]", but since the
drive designation is different I don't want to assume they are the same.
Also, I have no idea what the "D" in the error message means.

Also, as I mentioned above, I've had these errors on Harddisk9 and
Harddisk10 (but only once - Harddisk4 turns up in every error event -
when 9 and 10 were reported, it was in series of error events with 4, 5,
6, 7, and 8). Since Harddisk9 and Harddisk10 appear to be my USB drives,
I can't see how they can be involved in this issue at all. Since I have
not seen them in an error event since I swapped in the new motherboard,
perhaps it as an issue with the USB controller on the old MB.

Could someone please confirm that " DeviceHarddisk4D" and
"DeviceHarddiskVolume4" refer to the same drive volume?

I'd also like to know why the volumes are reported differently in the
error event and in the dmdiag report (assuming they are indeed the same
volume), and what the "/D" in the error event means.

Thanks!

P.S. Am I correct in assuming that I can ignore the "LDM" errors below
as I don't have dynamic drive volumes?

---------- Computer Name and OS Version ----------

Computer name: LEROYWORK
NT build: 2600
CPU Type: x86
DMDIAG Version: 5.1.2600.0 shp

---------- LDM File Versions ----------

2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32dmadmin.exe
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32dmconfig.dll
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32dmdlgs.dll
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32dmdskmgr.dll
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32dmdskres.dll
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32dmintf.dll
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32dmremote.exe
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32dmserver.dll
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32dmutil.dll
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32dmview.ocx
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32driversdmboot.sys
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32driversdmio.sys
2600.0.503.0 shp - C:WINDOWSSystem32driversdmload.sys

---------- Mount Points ----------

---------- Drive Letter Usage, Drive Type ----------

A: = DeviceFloppy0 [Removable]
C: = DeviceHarddiskVolume2 [Fixed]
D: = DeviceHarddiskVolume3 [Fixed]
E: = DeviceHarddiskVolume4 [Fixed]
F: = DeviceHarddiskVolume5 [Fixed]
G: = DeviceHarddiskVolume6 [Fixed]
H: = DeviceHarddiskVolume7 [Fixed]
I: = DeviceHarddiskVolume8 [Fixed]
J: = DeviceHarddiskVolume1 [Fixed]
K: = DeviceHarddiskVolume9 [Fixed]
L: = DeviceHarddiskVolume10 [Fixed]
Y: = DeviceCdRom1 [CDRom]
Z: = DeviceCdRom0 [CDRom]

---------- Consolidated LDM Configuration Data ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk
ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk
ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk
ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk
ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk
ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk
ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk
ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- DeviceHarddisk0 ----------

DeviceHarddisk0DP(1)0x7e00-0x4e22c6e00+3 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk0DP(2)0x4e22d6a00-0x27115f800+4 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk0DP(3)0x75343e000-0x3a9627200+5 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk0DP(4)0xafca6d000-0xc34f24e00+6 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk0DP(5)0x1731999c00-0x15f8cea400+7 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk0DP(6)0x2d2a68be00-0x32c5df400+8 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk0DP(7)0x3056c73000-0x78d9a5200+9 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk0DR0 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk0Partition0 (SymbolicLink) - DeviceHarddisk0DR0
DeviceHarddisk0Partition1 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddiskVolume2
DeviceHarddisk0Partition2 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddiskVolume3
DeviceHarddisk0Partition3 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddiskVolume4
DeviceHarddisk0Partition4 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddiskVolume5
DeviceHarddisk0Partition5 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddiskVolume6
DeviceHarddisk0Partition6 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddiskVolume7
DeviceHarddisk0Partition7 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddiskVolume8

---------- DeviceHarddisk1 ----------

DeviceHarddisk1DP(1)0x7e00-0x1beffb7a00+2 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk1DR1 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk1Partition0 (SymbolicLink) - DeviceHarddisk1DR1
DeviceHarddisk1Partition1 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddiskVolume1

---------- DeviceHarddisk2 ----------

DeviceHarddisk2DP(1)0x7e00-0x1c9f7f4600+c (Device)
DeviceHarddisk2DR10 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk2Partition0 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddisk2DR10
DeviceHarddisk2Partition1 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddiskVolume9

---------- DeviceHarddisk3 ----------

DeviceHarddisk3DP(1)0x7e00-0x2543150400+d (Device)
DeviceHarddisk3DR11 (Device)
DeviceHarddisk3Partition0 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddisk3DR11
DeviceHarddisk3Partition1 (SymbolicLink) -
DeviceHarddiskVolume10

---------- Partition Table Info Disk 0 ----------

29,186 Cylinders
255 Tracks/Cylinder
63 Sectors/Track
512 Bytes/Sector
12 MediaType
468,873,090 Sectors (total)
240,063,022,080 Bytes (total)
234,436,545 KB
228,942 MB
223.6 GB

0 StartingOffset
240,067,805,184 PartitionLength
0 HiddenSectors
0 PartitionNumber
0 PartitionType
0 BootIndicator
0 RecognizedPartition
0 RewritePartition

MBR PartitionStyle
28 PartitionCount
1d641d63 Signature

Starting Partition Hidden Total Partition
Partition Boot Recognized Rewrite
Offset (bytes) Length (bytes) Sectors Sectors Number
Type (HEX) Indicator Partition Partition

32,256 20,974,431,744 63 40,965,687 0
0x07 1 1 0
20,974,464,000 219,080,332,800 40,965,750 427,891,275 1
0x05 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 2
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 3
0x00 0 0 0
20,974,496,256 10,487,199,744 63 20,482,812 4
0x07 0 1 0
31,461,696,000 15,726,735,360 20,482,875 30,716,280 5
0x05 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 6
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 7
0x00 0 0 0
31,461,728,256 15,726,703,104 63 30,716,217 8
0x07 0 1 0
47,188,431,360 52,427,934,720 51,199,155 102,398,310 9
0x05 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 10
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 11
0x00 0 0 0
47,188,463,616 52,427,902,464 63 102,398,247 12
0x07 0 1 0
99,616,366,080 94,368,637,440 153,597,465 184,313,745 13
0x05 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 14
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 15
0x00 0 0 0
99,616,398,336 94,368,605,184 63 184,313,682 16
0x07 0 1 0
193,985,003,520 13,629,288,960 337,911,210 26,619,705 17
0x05 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 18
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 19
0x00 0 0 0
193,985,035,776 13,629,256,704 63 26,619,642 20
0x07 0 1 0
207,614,292,480 32,440,504,320 364,530,915 63,360,360 21
0x05 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 22
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 23
0x00 0 0 0
207,614,324,736 32,440,472,064 63 63,360,297 24
0x07 0 1 0
0 0 0 0 25
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 26
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 27
0x00 0 0 0

240,063,022,080 Bytes (468873090 sectors) Geometric size
240,067,805,184 Bytes (468882432 sectors) True size (measured)
240,067,805,184 Bytes (468882432 sectors) Reported size (Partition0)
0 Bytes ( 0 sectors) missing/wasted

---------- Partition Table Info Disk 1 ----------

14,589 Cylinders
255 Tracks/Cylinder
63 Sectors/Track
512 Bytes/Sector
12 MediaType
234,372,285 Sectors (total)
119,998,609,920 Bytes (total)
117,186,143 KB
114,440 MB
111.8 GB

0 StartingOffset
120,000,000,000 PartitionLength
0 HiddenSectors
0 PartitionNumber
0 PartitionType
0 BootIndicator
0 RecognizedPartition
0 RewritePartition

MBR PartitionStyle
4 PartitionCount
bdda2981 Signature

Starting Partition Hidden Total Partition
Partition Boot Recognized Rewrite
Offset (bytes) Length (bytes) Sectors Sectors Number
Type (HEX) Indicator Partition Partition

32,256 119,990,352,384 63 234,356,157 0
0x07 0 1 0
0 0 0 0 1
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 2
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 3
0x00 0 0 0

119,998,609,920 Bytes (234372285 sectors) Geometric size
120,000,000,000 Bytes (234375000 sectors) True size (measured)
120,000,000,000 Bytes (234375000 sectors) Reported size (Partition0)
0 Bytes ( 0 sectors) missing/wasted

---------- Partition Table Info Disk 2 ----------

14,946 Cylinders
255 Tracks/Cylinder
63 Sectors/Track
512 Bytes/Sector
12 MediaType
240,107,490 Sectors (total)
122,935,034,880 Bytes (total)
120,053,745 KB
117,240 MB
114.5 GB

0 StartingOffset
122,942,324,736 PartitionLength
0 HiddenSectors
0 PartitionNumber
0 PartitionType
0 BootIndicator
0 RecognizedPartition
0 RewritePartition

MBR PartitionStyle
4 PartitionCount
e4dae4da Signature

Starting Partition Hidden Total Partition
Partition Boot Recognized Rewrite
Offset (bytes) Length (bytes) Sectors Sectors Number
Type (HEX) Indicator Partition Partition

32,256 122,935,002,624 63 240,107,427 0
0x07 0 1 0
0 0 0 0 1
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 2
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 3
0x00 0 0 0

122,935,034,880 Bytes (240107490 sectors) Geometric size
122,942,324,736 Bytes (240121728 sectors) True size (measured)
122,942,324,736 Bytes (240121728 sectors) Reported size (Partition0)
0 Bytes ( 0 sectors) missing/wasted

---------- Partition Table Info Disk 3 ----------

19,457 Cylinders
255 Tracks/Cylinder
63 Sectors/Track
512 Bytes/Sector
12 MediaType
312,576,705 Sectors (total)
160,039,272,960 Bytes (total)
156,288,353 KB
152,625 MB
149.0 GB

0 StartingOffset
160,041,885,696 PartitionLength
0 HiddenSectors
0 PartitionNumber
0 PartitionType
0 BootIndicator
0 RecognizedPartition
0 RewritePartition

MBR PartitionStyle
4 PartitionCount
6aacc79b Signature

Starting Partition Hidden Total Partition
Partition Boot Recognized Rewrite
Offset (bytes) Length (bytes) Sectors Sectors Number
Type (HEX) Indicator Partition Partition

32,256 160,039,240,704 63 312,576,642 0
0x07 0 1 0
0 0 0 0 1
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 2
0x00 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 3
0x00 0 0 0

160,039,272,960 Bytes (312576705 sectors) Geometric size
160,041,885,696 Bytes (312581808 sectors) True size (measured)
160,041,885,696 Bytes (312581808 sectors) Reported size (Partition0)
0 Bytes ( 0 sectors) missing/wasted

---------- DMIO Kernel List ----------

Basic-info: version=21 maxspecio=512 maxio=512 maxkio=2048
Ktrans-state: dg=0.0 pendtid=0.0 state=UNKNOWN
#
# Kmem-regions:
#
#
# Disks: (cnt: 0)
#
#
# Devices: (cnt: 0)
#
#
# Groups: (cnt: 1)
#
Group NULLDG: iid=0.0 id=
diskset=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
configtid=0.0 logsize=0
kflag=()
vflag=(created|notempdb|noautoreimport|secondary)
# Group-Objects: (cnt: 0)
# End-group: NULLDG

---------- LDM Disk Header Harddisk0 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- LDM Disk Header Harddisk1 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- LDM Disk Header Harddisk2 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- LDM Disk Header Harddisk3 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- LDM Disk Config Harddisk0 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- LDM Disk Config Harddisk1 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- LDM Disk Config Harddisk2 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- LDM Disk Config Harddisk3 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- LDM Disk KLOG Harddisk0 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- LDM Disk KLOG Harddisk1 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- LDM Disk KLOG Harddisk2 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- LDM Disk KLOG Harddisk3 ----------

ERROR: scan operation failed:
A format error was found in the private region of the disk

---------- DMAdmin Simple Query ----------

---------- DMAdmin Verbose Query ----------


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