I am running a small network at my house, and I have a Win2003 server that seems to have problems. It doesn't boot anymore. One suggestion was to take the hard disk, connect it to another computer and work on it. Ok, so I did that. Took the HD from the 2003 machine, got a connection kit for USB and connected it to my Win7/64 notbook. Of course, that blew up my notebook-- Help!!!
When I connected the HD, the laptop froze. Obviously, I had not choice but to remove the external hard drive and reboot. The reboot now ends up in a single line: Invalid Partition Table.
I have tried the system Recovery Options on the DVD, but the automatic options don't work. So I need to find another way to restore the partition table.
There is another thread in this forum where someone suggests to use a tool (pmagic), but the thread ends without a solution.
Can someone help me with this? I appreciate it.
I am currently downloading pmagic to see if I can do anything with that.