I have 80 gb hdd in my home computer, i have create three partition C,E and F and installed two os, one is xp pro. in drive C: and other is win. server 2003 in drive E:, In back both OS were working fine but now i have faceing problem. I am not able to access or copy any E: drive folder it,s giving error E:\ drive not accessible, access denide..
pls give help
Sorry buddy the win server 2003 locks the content in its installed drive when trying to use it from another OS usually this problem occurs when you try to change some settings in that OS
however you can revert this by editing the gpedit.msc profile in server 2003 run menu
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I think this model is still an IDE type. You set the 32GB limit then jump the settings to read the full capacity of the drive. If you are trying to load XP OS from a blank drive.
First prime the hard drive, you can do low level formatting and use third party software to partition and format the drive. on FAT32 partition you can only use 8GByte to make the drive bootable. Make it primary if I remembered it correctly and active. Or use the NTFS format.
You can use also if it have the manufacturers' hard drive utilities to check the hard drive integrity. I know they have it. It also equip with zero fill to renew chain and links of the drive. Then partition, format, primary and active. Then load your OS.
Check also your CD disc integrity, scratches do make a lot of troubles. And also your cdrom/dvdrom drive.
Since you have already posted you are running win xp.
for more info the drive limitations prior to win xp home/pro sp2 is 127 gb.
You can use a seperate partition program for full access to the drive with it being partitioned.
The only way around it is to have win xp home or pro with sp2 already included on the cd.
Congrats, You got a nice virus. Its better you backup your drivers and data from ur root partition format it. reinstall your operating system and install avg 8.5 before browsing any of the other partition. I can surely tell u your task manager, registry editor or show hide folder won't be working. There is no permanent solution to this other than format. But beware don't browse other partition before installing avg 8.5. Your earlier installed antivir has given its way to virus its of no use. You won't be able to install antivirus or visit any malware removal virus site. welcome back.
Hi, After plugging ur HDD, verify the device is detected or not in Device manager and Try Partitioning Again GUI mode (means in XP).. or follow the steps..
1- Go to Computer Management, Click Disk Management 2 - You will find you External HDD in the Right side 3 - Just Right Click the Drive, if it asks Initialize HDD, just Initialize and Create Partition as u like.
Find your newly installed disk and see if there is any unpartitioned space on it. If there is, just create a new partition, or delete the previous one so you can create the partition which will consume full size of the disk.
You may want to use a program called Partition Magic to repartition your hard drive. You can try using the Disk Management Service built in to Windows 2000, XP, and Vista. This is available in "Computer Management" in Administrative Tools in the Control Panel.
Please note that after removing a partition, you need to create a new one then format it before the operating system can read it.
Simple problem you made the partions using FAT 16 file system and 80 GB cannot be partition using win98 10 will limit the disk to 10 GB.
Remove all Partions And Use Windows XP to create partition during Installion.