Thanks, BrianClick to expand... It might have been caused when I used Ghost to activate the partition because it failed to hide the other one. When I rebooted, It did NOT get rid of the browser hijack but did give me this autocheck problem. The drive doesn't show as a having> a "Valid" FAT32 partition.>> Niether 98SE, nor XP-Pro can read these files, which> were previously on a FAT32 HDD.

solved 6700k unstable at 4.4GHz, 15 degree variation in core temps at stock/OC solved Temps to high with 4.4ghz solved Question regarding AMD FX 8350 4GHz OC'd to 4.4GHz solved i5 There is also an interesting tool HERE One of the things it claims to do is "Unhide partitions". There's only one other option, -C, that produces hexadecimal output: # hexdump -C mydata 00000000 7f 45 4c 46 01 01 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Then Run Chkdsk. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/help-me-immediately-about-goback-and-partition-magic-hex-44.198058/

I placed the jumper there, in the "spare jumper" position, so it wouldn't get lost. Instead, you switch to using the next read/write head. Conclusion Once again we see the amazing versatility of the typical Linux distribution. Then the rest 20G for drive F (for multimedia).

Not being completely confident in my ability to burn a Windows-visible CD, I took the CD with me to the office, where the corporate Windows laptop was able to read it You may also... Opening up the case, I found that the IDE1 ribbon cable, connected to the CD-writer (/dev/hdc), had a spare connector near a spare drive bay, as shown in Figure 1. ill ask them again for more details.

After 2 days (I mean really 48hrs) searching online trying all kinds of possible rescues. But I think a better way is to format all my drive and reinstall everything again after I save the data that I need. The original first partition C was 8G. now I'll expand a bit.

Please try the request again. Thanks GummelClick to expand... The -s 16 in the following example causes hexdump to show the content of the file beginning 16 bytes in from the start and continuing to the end of the file. Anyway, here's the script: #!/bin/bash cyl=0 # let's start at the very beginning disk=/dev/hdd climit=3000 # about 3/5 of the disk # I am gonna take it for granted that the

I went to the Norton's website and tried to find info. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/22024552/IDE-drive-not-assigned-drive-letter-when-put-in-USB-2-0-external-case-XP-OS.html Unfortunately, the school program did not work. What to do? Going back to the ELF executable file that I started with, you could just dump the signature as-is: # hexdump -s 1 -n 3 -v -e ‘1/3 "%s" "\n"‘ mydata ELF

His guide, which contains a detailed description of the disk layout, is located at /usr/doc/packages/lilo/user.ps.gz on my distribution. View Cart Customer Center Contact Login / Let's Talk We adapt. He told me that if I was short on time--and I was--that it would be enough simply to get the data partition back. Instead, they renamed it to Windows 2000; most likely an effort to refocus customer recognition once again on their more solid Windows trademark rather than the "New Technology" (NT) name.

I was having the same problem. Review of Disk Addressing Here is a brief tutorial for those unfamiliar with C/H/S addressing. The first partition is hidden so the bootloader shouldn't see it and shouldn't start counting there. Signed/unsigned That's all I needed but I was a little careless, though it didn't affect the output this time.

Thanks for catching that! Performing a Sanity Check From here, I copied out a subset of the disk onto a spare area on my disk, something like this: # dd if=/dev/hdd of=/extra/diskimage bs=512 skip=33302808 count=2040192 ive downloaded it, put it om my USB stick and im trying to run it but i get the error ''unknown action'' or whatever.

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If I open Partition magic I can then "see" the drive but it says it is file "type 44 (hex)" and not NTFS/FAT32. Part of the format syntax is pretty much the same as a commonly used function in the C programming language. Your cache administrator is webmaster. If it doesn't boot from the CD, go into the BIOS and set the CD drive first in the boot order, exit the BIOS saving the changes.

Mar 18, 2006 #41 mick662 TS Rookie Thanks for the suggestions. I am sure that there is a perfectly logical explanation for this behavior, there usually is, but I don't know what it is. So mayby now Windows remembers two active partitions and acts accordingly. You can download a program called ptedit from PowerQuest for free.

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