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


04 Jul 2012   #1

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0xc00000225 error code from turning off computer while resizing partin

Ok well i just bought this computer and i was resizing the partion and i turned off mycomputer, i restarted my computer and got the same error.

I put in the windows vista restore disc and nothing at all happend even whe i ran with cdrom.

can someone please help i just got this computer 2 weeks ago for 500$


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04 Jul 2012   #2

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Whatever partition manager you were using may be able to recover the partitions - from it's boot media.

If not, looks like you will have to reinstall
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04 Jul 2012   #3

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
Whatever partition manager you were using may be able to recover the partitions - from it's boot media.

If not, looks like you will have to reinstall
How do i do that, im a total noob.

i really need help
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04 Jul 2012   #4

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What program were you resizing the partition with ?
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04 Jul 2012   #5

Vista
 
 

EaseUS partition manager.
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04 Jul 2012   #6

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You might have a chance - it depends what stage it was at.

Rt click it > properties,Unblock,Apply,OK.

Unzip it.

Burn it to cd/dvd as an image ( not as data ). DO NOT FORMAT THE CD/DVD.

Windows 7 has an image burner built in - otherwise get imgburn or similar. SetupImgBurn_2.5.7.0.exe <- ImgBurn Downloads | Software - Digital Digest

Boot that cd/dvd on the sick machine.

When you get to the desktop, give it 30 secs to settle, then click the Partition Wizard icon.

Select partition recovery - do a quick scan of the whole drive.

When it has finished, it lists the partitions it has found.

tick ALL the partitions you want to keep, OK, Apply.
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04 Jul 2012   #7

Vista
 
 

Wait, my computer is stuck on the boot manager, will i be able to do all this from there?
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04 Jul 2012   #8

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Not sure what you are saying.

Are you tying to boot the cd and it is sticking?



I assume you have another machine you can d/l that on and burn it to cd.

Then put the cd into the sick machine and boot it.
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05 Jul 2012   #9

Vista
 
 

no i get cant even get to the desktop im stuck on the windows boot manager
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05 Jul 2012   #10

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Did you hard power off computer when resizing partition was still busy? If so... why?
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