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#1 smohsen

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Posted 24 June 2009 - 04:03 PM

hi all
i buy an new hard drive , 250 G sata Maxtor
i had a one hard drive 80 G IDE Seagate
now two hard drive attached my motherboard
seagate and maxtor
when i attached maxtor to mother board
that known in start up
but when windows starting up
that was not exist any thing in My Computer
and in device manager new hard drive detected!
see attached pic

now
what should i do for use new hard drive?


just one thing
when i want use PartitionMagic 8.0 for do any thing
this error occurred
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and when i click yes or now :
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thanks for help
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Posted 25 June 2009 - 03:04 AM

not any idea for solve here ?:thumbsup:
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Posted 25 June 2009 - 03:57 AM

i found this error when i use partinfo

extended volume.
Error #114: Logical starting at 42524118 is not one head away from EPBR.


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Posted 25 June 2009 - 02:30 PM

OK, I'll try this :thumbsup:.

From what I see/interpret...you have a system which came with an 80GB IDE/PATA hard drive.

You added a SATA hard drive, Maxtor 250GB.

For some reason, you used Partition Magic to try to format the new drive.

It appears that you also somehow installed XP on the new hard drive and that drive is now the one which the system boots into. Of course, there's nothing familiar with the screens there because you haven't installed anything.

System does not seem to recognize your old boot drive now...at all.

Are any of these statements accurate?

Louis

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Posted 25 June 2009 - 02:58 PM

OK, I'll try this :flowers:.

From what I see/interpret...you have a system which came with an 80GB IDE/PATA hard drive.

You added a SATA hard drive, Maxtor 250GB.

For some reason, you used Partition Magic to try to format the new drive.

It appears that you also somehow installed XP on the new hard drive and that drive is now the one which the system boots into. Of course, there's nothing familiar with the screens there because you haven't installed anything.

System does not seem to recognize your old boot drive now...at all.

Are any of these statements accurate?

Louis

some of that is true !
and thanks for your attention!
i solved the problem :trumpet:
i use the Partition Table Doctor 3.5
and run surface test !
Simultaneously i run the partition magic !
and this program run successfully
and i make new partition !


so i suggest you
when any one tell you about
Error #114 or Error #113
you suggest it about install Partition Table Doctor 3.5 :inlove: :thumbsup:
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