As it's a fresh install you can always start over, so >>> go for it. >>> HTH >>> -- >>> Rob >>> >>> >> >> > > no it is just PartitionMagic V8.0 PowerQuest PartitionMagic(分区魔法师)是一个优秀硬盘分区管理工具.该工具可以在不损失硬盘中已有数据的前提下对硬盘进行重... Contents 1 Details 2 Future versions 3 Compatibility issues 4 See also 5 References Details PartitionMagic is capable of resizing NTFS, FAT16 or FAT32 partitions without data loss, and can copy More About Us... navigate to this website
Oct 2004: Re: Windows Xp with 2 IPs by Timot... 31. Sign Up Now! Bruce Chambers Guest Posts: n/a Re: Hardrive - 1024 cylinder limit Posted: 12-27-2003, 08:17 PM Greetings -- No, it's not an issue for Win98, either. Therefore lots of people stay at 8 GB or just ignore the issue and go for a large partition. "Christo" <> wrote in message news:... > did a fresh install of
Oct 2004: add and remove programs by alici... 28. by Phara... 01. Oct 2004: Re: hi again by Tony ... 27. The latest version (8.0) allows you to perform multiple tasks and thanks to ...
I believe that in the past I have ignored this and everything has worked OK. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. I was thinking of repartitioning the C:drive with Partition Magic to make more room so that I can do the upgrade. Louis Edited by hamluis, 06 December 2008 - 09:35 PM.
As this machine has valuable data on it I am reluctant to proceed with the resizing without seeking advice. (Albeit the data is backed up anyway). Oct 2004: XP Hangs by Micha... 28. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PartitionMagic As it's a fresh install you can always start over, so go for > it. > HTH > -- > Rob > > Tasslehoff, Dec 10, 2004 #8 Christo Guest
Server versions were also offered under the name Server Magic for Windows and Novell NetWare servers. Oct 2004: Re: Micosoft Virtual Machine by jafar... 29. and will it be ok to do it >>> >> >> on >>> >> >> my >>> >> >> system? >>> >> >> >>> >> >> if no one can give Oct 2004: Re: Windows Update Error Message by Horst... 31.
Better product (free trial available): http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/diskdirector/ -- Honey, you stick to the washin', ironin', cookin', and scrubbin'. Oct 2004: Re: Administrator clone probably FAQ by Damia... 31. If you're using FAT32 > then going from below 8 GB to over that will increase the cluster size and > waste > space. by Damia... 30.
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I was about to do this until I read a post of someone who had boot problems after doing it. Copyright ?1994-2004 Symantec Corporation. If you've >> got >> 8.02 or 8.05 then you're set. >> >> "Rob Hemmings" <> wrote in message >> news:cp9pfs$jib$... >>> >>> "Christo" <> wrote in message >>> news:... >>>>
HTH -- Rob Rob Hemmings, Dec 9, 2004 #5 Christo Guest "Rob Hemmings" <> wrote in message news:cp9l8p$i9b$... > > "Christo" <> wrote in message > news:... >> >> "Pen" Christo Guest did a fresh install of windows XP home with sp2 slipstreamed had problems installing flat on 80gb maxtor ATA133 hdd anyhow second time round i partitioned off 3 GB Click here to Register a free account now! Staff Online Now valis Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > All Other Software > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members
Oct 2004: Re: Another MYTH destroyed by Spike... 29. and will it be ok to do it on > >> >> my > >> >> system? > >> >> > >> >> if no one can give me an answer If you're using FAT32 >>> >> > then going from below 8 GB to over that will increase the cluster >> size >>> > and >>> >> > waste >>> >> get redirected here Using the site is easy and fun.
by alici... 28. Advertisements Latest Threads Who uses HomeKit? You need to use v8 > > for XP's flavour of NTFS. > > HTH > > -- > > Rob > > > > > > i beieve symantec took Any BIOS that can >>> >> > deal with an 80 GB drive will be just fine.
Oct 2004: Re: Windows Xp with 2 IPs by Timot... 30. If you use DOS, but your system has the INT 13 BIOS extensions, PartitionMagic lets you see cylinders past the normal 1,024 limit and perform operations on partitions extending beyond this did a fresh install of windows XP home with sp2 slipstreamed had problems installing flat on 80gb maxtor ATA133 hdd anyhow second time round i partitioned off 3 GB installed it my machine is pretty new (msi ky6v athlon 2600+ etc etc self built) is this something to do with old bios?
Oct 2004: Re: Administrator clone probably FAQ by jafar... 31. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged The >> original 8.0 version I found tended to stuff up all the time. Any BIOS that can deal with an 80 GB drive will be just fine.
As it's a fresh install you can always start over, so go for >> it. >> HTH >> -- >> Rob >> >> > > where can i get the patches?