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Windows 7: 0xc00000225 error code from turning off computer while resizing partin


05 Jul 2012   #21

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btw this really means alot to me, for you taking time to help me.


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05 Jul 2012   #22

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and should i stop the full scan for partion recovery wizard ?
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05 Jul 2012   #23

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I told you to do a quick scan! do it. That small BOOT 3MB is fake and located within the start and end LBA of the partition on top. First and last partitions do already exist says the screenshot.

Show screenshot of the quick scan (quick scan is fast)
Show screenshot of real situation so main screen as asked before

don't do the actuall recovery!
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05 Jul 2012   #24

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hunterw33 View Post
Ok heres the picture, as you can see one is labeled nothing with used size:117.67gb Size:148.69 and says existing,which is my main hardrive. one is labled boot with Used size: 2.45 Size:3.01mb and says lost/deleted. then the last one says minecraft used size:39.06mb size: 334.00 mb and says existing.

You didn't touch the minecraft partition. It is "existing" and you didn't do anything with it. Ít should be fine. It's only 340MB. Very small... don't know what it is or was used for. You had 2 partitions on disk (before resizing)? minecraft and another one (for windows)?
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05 Jul 2012   #25

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ok so heres what you asked for i think...


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05 Jul 2012   #26

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hunterw33 View Post
Ok heres the picture, as you can see one is labeled nothing with used size:117.67gb Size:148.69 and says existing,which is my main hardrive. one is labled boot with Used size: 2.45 Size:3.01mb and says lost/deleted. then the last one says minecraft used size:39.06mb size: 334.00 mb and says existing.

You didn't touch the minecraft partition. It is "existing" and you didn't do anything with it. Ít should be fine. It's only 340MB. Very small... don't know what it is or was used for. You had 2 partitions on disk (before resizing)? minecraft and another one (for windows)?
correct and i think minecraft was the one i was trying to shrink from the c:
but then i turned off my computer and it didnt finish
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05 Jul 2012   #27

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hunterw33 View Post
ok so heres what you asked for i think...


so you have 2 partitions now. quickscan says it as well. Nothing to recover. Some unallocated space between partitions that was already so maybe(?)
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05 Jul 2012   #28

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And well i had another one but with the program i was using u choose your operations then u save it and it restart then does it from the start up. so when it was resizing the c: to extend the D: minecraft, i turned off my computer
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05 Jul 2012   #29

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Partition is primary and ntfs. fine. First partition is active so it boot from it. fine as well. Nothing to recover.
But.... the resizing process was busy and moving lots of data. Hopefully not that important data. and hopefully not important stuff like disk structure.

try this How to Explore Partition - help of partition manager - Partition Wizard.
So explore the files. Does that work... or totally corrupt? click some folders like windows and program files
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05 Jul 2012   #30

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i can click windows and program files just fine and everything pops up. how do i exactly boot it from the primary partiton because my options are removable -floppy discs hard disk -1st master: st3160023a cdrom - 1st slave : hp dvd writer 1140d

edit: i ran it from the hard disk and ill post a picture of the same error im getting
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