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Re: [SLE] EMERGENCY - CANNOT BOOT MAIN SYSTEM!
  • From: "William P. Dulyea" <wdulyea@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Jan 2001 12:23:58 -0800 (PST)
  • Message-id: <Pine.GSO.4.10.10101271222500.22128-100000@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Why am I in this thread?..

-William

On Sat, 27 Jan 2001, Oliver Ob wrote:

> Charles A Edwards schrieb:
>
> > Oliver
> >
>
> Here!
>
> >
> > Unless you can stiil boot to your linux installation and copy your Win
> > files from there you do not have many options.
>
> I agree, that in fact is my desaster...
>
> > I will offer a couple:
> >
> > 1)Attach a 2nd hd as master with your existing hd set to slave. Install Win
> > on the new drive and copy your files from the old Win to the new Win, as
> > long as your old Win partition still exist you can access it from any other
> > bootable Win partition on the same machine.
> >
>
> It exists, but with format set to "UNKNOWN", see below.
>
> >
> > 2)Buy PQ Lost and Found and use it to recover your data
> >
>
> Is there any evaluation version? Where can I obtain it from?
>
> >
> > 3)Use PartitionMagic to resize and move your current Win partition and
> > create a new C partition and install Win to it. You can they copy and/or
> > access your files from the old Win to the new Win.
> >
>
> As long as 1) (see there) applies, I cannot access the old partition.
>
> I need a program which is capable of accessing damaged partitions WITHOUT using
>
> the partition table/fat
>
> >
> > Option 2 will not work if you attempt it after attempting option 3.
> >
> > Forever never goes beyond tomorrow.
> >
>
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