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fabrikant, Mar 30, 2010 #1 maceman New Member Messages: 107 Check out from BIOS, what is your boot device. fabrikant, Mar 30, 2010 #6 tremmor Well-Known Member Messages: 6,448 won't work with 64 bit for one thing. Rock, Feb 8, 2005 #18 Rodger_B Guest Hi Rock - I thought that our friend may not have a Bart's PE Builder CD. About 80 percent of the files were deleted.

On Wed, 4 Feb 2004 20:24:47 -0500, "Eric McG" <> wrote: >I'm not Greg, but thanks for the feedback. > >Are you sure that you're using it correctly? In newer machines, you can set the BIOS to boot off these disks. Do not use an Autoexec.bat file to run NTFSDOS because when it loads it uses all the available extended memory. Should I add the NTFSDOS command to the original Win98 disk.

If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. It appears that call is never executed due to all of the various errors on the screen. > >When you report a "physical" drive after booting, do you test it in Im not sure either is doable though, after all the way NTFSDOS Pro works is by implimenting the Windows driver in dos, thus giving the capabilities of the driver (complete with In order for us to be on the same wavelength, use Method > >1 found in this article to make new one (but do not write protect the disc): > Since

From a DOS window, in Windows - with /f or /r parameters - will only run on restart. 2. My answers to your questions will be imbedded in your latest set of info and questions.On Fri, 6 Feb 2004 14:21:35 -0500, "Eric McG" <> wrote: >Yes, that helps a lot. NTFSDOS Professional is capable of using up to 64MB of physical memory for caching and other operations. You might want to look into using an LS120 Superdrive instead of a standard floppy drive.

So any method thus far > bar booting to a command prompt hasn't worked. > As I posted previously another option is to use the Bart's PE. ren, Jul 24, 2000 #1 Reuel Miller Joined: Feb 17, 1999 Messages: 1,821 Greetings This is normally a problem with the way DOS is set up. NTFSDOS Professional implements its own disk cache for use when accessing NTFS volumes. However, what was supposed to be a rather straight forward process took a bit of work since the standard recovery console procedures did not work.

everything now leads a trail back to wininternals. I might start a new thread with chkdsk in the heading. Then make a MS-Dos Boot disk and run BootDisk.exe from the NTFS Pro folder to add the required files to the MS-Dos Boot Disk plus 2 other floppy disks. I actually tried NTFSDOS (not pro) last night and it detected >> the NTFS partition and mounted it.

What still puzzles me is that W2K and Partition Magic 8 both see the drive and PM8 says there are no errors on the drive. Hello and welcome to PC Review. Eric McGillicudy "young" <> wrote in message news:... > Hi Greg, > > Still no luck. I tested NTFSDOS Pro on a machine running NT Workstation 4.0.

Rock, Feb 7, 2005 #4 Rodger_B Guest If you only want to read the NTFS partitions, try NTFS Reader for Dos; If you want to read and write, there is The Ntfschk tool, which lets you run the Chkdsk program on NTFS partitions, ships with the software. But that does not matter since our autoexec.bat file requests ntfsdos to assign the letters to the three hard drives as g, h and i. > >You should then be able Automate your first grade counting exercise awkward driveway curve has cars nearly colliding with house, how to mitigate?

tremmor, Mar 30, 2010 #7 fabrikant New Member Messages: 7 I do not want to download anything from the internet. During the battle I go a buddy to bring over his copy of NTFSPRO which allows for the writing or removal. Opposite of START cmd.exe /k "...." ? have a peek at these guys Lastly, NTFSDOS Pro includes a program NTFSCHK (on Disk 3) but I'm not sure what it does.

Do not use your DOS boot disk as the NTFSDOS Pro files will not fit on it. I attempted to delete with Windows 2K's explorer. Winternals Software's NTFSDOS Professional Edition 3.03 provides a solution to this dilemma and in many cases lets you quickly and efficiently restore your system to a bootable condition.

Thanks again, On Sat, 31 Jan 2004 16:50:33 -0500, "Eric McG" <> wrote: >Use the standard Win98 boot disk.

I'll let you know how i go. , Feb 7, 2005 #8 Rodger_B Guest I'm sorry if I misunderstood you. Nothing wrong, except that I have to download it from the internet. The goof was to do the restore to > my c drive rather than the d or e drives. > > > > >If that's still your goal, I have to Database administrator?

Tests on a system running Win2K Professional Release Candidate 2 (RC2) provided identical results. The program will call for Disk 2, when required, and then mount the NTFS drives. I do see your point though. check my blog I am uncomfortable about students taking pictures of the blackboard, because I don't like appearing in them Is this word Lexically Ordered?

I guess they are due to the differences between your autoexec.bat and the original one from the Win98 Startup disk. > If so, did you use >the standard Win98 boot disc Last edited: Mar 30, 2010 S.T.A.R.S., Mar 30, 2010 #3 tremmor Well-Known Member Messages: 6,448 Stars is right. I only posted it that way so that >you would see exactly where to insert the command. If so, you have to tell me.

In order for us to be on the same wavelength, use Method 1 found in this article to make new one (but do not write protect the disc): Edit the Perhaps if you made a new thread about chkdsk you might get a better response. current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. When used with a file system that supports long file names MS-DOS handles them fine, as do MS-DOS applications that are written to take advantage of the support.

As a further test in the I went to the bios and removed the D and E drives. When I tried the Win98 startup disk it looked out at the hard disk and said it was not fat16 or fat32. Cheers ------------------ Reuel Miller Windows NT Moderator (yes, that does make me biased ) [email protected] Website: Every morning is the dawn of a new error... Use '*' to check all NTFS volumes. /F By default NTFSCHK operates in read-only mode.

My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden - This comprehensive manual covers three areas in which system administrators must be proficient to successfully recover data: the structure and operating principles of You get to the step in setup where it asks you to "install > winxp" or "repair an existing installation". They are half the price of IOmega 100 Zip drives, and have dual functionality. You can use a single diskette on any number of systems, but note that the version of NTFS might vary from one machine to the next depending on the version of

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