getting unspecified errors, quota errors on win7!
after the setup, i used the Partition Wizard Home Edition from the Hiren's Boot CD, to format a drive, which was previously the C drive.....
as i was going to format, i concentrated on something else, then came back, wrote the drive name, clicked ok,,,,,,,after that, the program wasn't responding,,,,then only the errors started to show!
so restarted the pc. and quickly deleted and formated that drive with the same soft...but the problems weren't solved....
every time the pc starts off fully ok, but right after 4-5mins the problem occurs,,,,,
it shows quota error if i was copying files within that 4mins, and after that it doesn't copy any thing!
if it refresh, all the desktop icons poof away, and the taskbar icons go blank...nothing woks! not even shut down....!!!
if i right-click-open something before that refresh, it shows Unspecified Error!!!!
what to do?
Last edited by giant; December 1st, 2013 at 17:34.
check hard disk health? and an error scan on C drive maybe.
It doesn't seem like you have the technical know-how required (No offense intended) to actually modify a MBR / GPT table by hand to get this fixed.
I'd also recommend not trying to repartition the system drive once you have it up in latter cases.
Last edited by Codex; December 2nd, 2013 at 22:10.
MBR e problem hole to boot houar kotha na, taina? r boot houar pore jehetu freez hocche, MBR er karone eirokom hote pare?
Originally Posted by Codex
MBR ki janh nah...but, arekta lappy ase, oi tae 93gb er unallocated space ase....oi partion wizard diya Create marte gele MBR error dakhay......but, windows fully ok, choltese,...
Originally Posted by Badhon_raj
Kon drive e windows deya ache?
Originally Posted by giant
Re-install windows as codex said. Don't use that partion wizard. format the drive from windows setup.
It's probably an issue with the soft/hard quotas set forth by whatever software he used.
The disk management snap-in is surprisingly limited, and can't really do a lot of things -- so you'll either have to figure out how to fix this using your disk management software, or back up and restore -- which probably is the easier of the two options.
i'd have obviously reinstalled the windows.,,,,,but, it's a laptop, with 4/5 of the display damaged,,,,it's really hard to install with that little window left,,,,,,ᓁ is there any way to use a external display at boot screen??
this problem happened with my desktop, i had just reinstalled the windows, and all problems were solved....
yah...never faced MBR/GPT problems before.....have to google.......
Originally Posted by Codex
Last edited by giant; December 3rd, 2013 at 11:23.
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