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Anders (software)

Partition Magic Pro 7

Sjoerd Boerhout
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  • Als ik dit programma wil opstarten komt er te staan: Init Failed: Error 117.
    Partition's Drive Letter Cannot Be Indentified. Wat betekent dit en hoe kan ik het oplossen?
  • Veel plezier :grin:
    Ik heb alleen voor versie 6 kunnen vinden sorry :sad:
    Solution: Error 117
    Run PARTINFO to detect any partition table errors. If partition table errors are found, search the PowerQuest Knowledge Base for solutions to the specific errors. If no partition table errors are found, the problem may be due to a conflict that is seen only in Windows. In this case, you should run PartitionMagic from the rescue diskettes.

    If you are trying to delete, move, or resize a partition when you receive the error, then try hiding the partition, exiting PartitionMagic, and running PartitionMagic again after the system reboots. At this point, you should be able to manipulate the partition as desired.


    Windows 95 or DOS
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    If Error 117 is occurring in conjunction with Windows 95 or DOS, try booting from a different version of DOS.


    NTFS Partitions
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    If Error 117 is occurring in conjunction with an NTFS partition, run PartitionMagic from its rescue diskettes, make the desired partition changes, and restart the computer. Note: You may have to edit the BOOT.INI file later, so prepare ahead of time by building an NT Boot Disk or by running the NTFSINI2.EXE utility. (Click here to download NTFSINI2.EXE from PowerQuests FTP site).

    To run NTFSINI2, use the following syntax:

    NTFSINI2 [
    ] <Partition> BOOT.INI

    where <Partition> is a drive letter or partition number. Include a single space between <Partition> and BOOT.INI.

    The
    switch restores the BOOT.INI file, and the /s switch causes partition numbers and other data to be displayed.


    System Partitions
    —————————
    If Error 117 is being reported on the system partition, run PartitionMagic from its rescue diskettes or from MS-DOS. If the system partition is on a drive other than the primary drive and contains Windows NT/Windows 2000, then use a Windows NT/Windows 2000 boot floppy. To create a Windows NT/Windows 2000 boot floppy, perform the following:

    1. Format a floppy disk.

    2. Copy the BOOT.INI, NTDETECT.COM, and NTLDR files to the floppy disk.


    IBM DOS 7 Partitions
    ——————————–
    Error 117 has also been seen infrequently on IBM DOS 7 partitions. In these rare cases, hide the partition and make the desired changes, and then unhide the partition.




    Problem Description
    Error 117

    Error 117 Partitions drive letter cannot be identified


    Cause of this problem:
    PartitionMagic must be able to find the drive letter for each partition before modifications can be made. If this is not possible, Error 117 may be reported.

    Usually, the reason PartitionMagic cannot find drive letters is due to one of the following:

    - There are partition table errors.
    - A driver on your system is changing drive letters from their defaults.
    - Your partitions do not have serial numbers.
    - You are running Windows NT from a logical partition.

    Mzzl.

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    [ Dit bericht is bewerkt door: MajinBuu op 2002-05-14 16:29 ]

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