PHarvell, #14 2006/05/15 mattman Geek Member Alumni Joined: 2002/06/10 Messages: 8,198 Likes Received: 63 Trophy Points: 618 Location: Sydney, Aust Computer Experience: working backwards Thanks for letting us know the outcome. Here is the download page for your system: http://support.dell.com/support/dow...&s=gen&SystemID=DIM_PNT_P4_4550&os=WW1&osl=EN I suggest you get the chipset utility. Zander, #16 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Also, where can I benchmark my PC? click site
One previously suggested tool, ziprepair, was not useful for the floppy creators. My PCs file system is NTFS, and from what I can see the floppies are FAT but I don't think that alone would cause the problem. Do you have another floppy drive you could try in it? The problem is that I have several of those tools since... http://www.duxcw.com/dcforum/DCForumID6/354.html
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If it still is bad, the disk must be bad or certainly suspect enough to throw it away. psuedo, #4 2006/05/11 PHarvell Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2006/05/09 Messages: 5 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 76 Computer Experience: Beginner I use the run command then my setup exe program.I get I didn't have a recovery disk, so used someone's XP Media Edition (mine was XP home standard) and then picked up the drivers I needed from the Hewlett-Packard website. But if the level of magnetism is relatively high, then the read/write head will not be able to write a sequence of ones and zeros that can be reliably read back
I am using DBan (http://dban.sourceforge.net) I wouldn't doubt it being incompatable with Vista, but an access denied error makes me lean towards something in vista blocking access. sfdb e) if the retest works then the drive may have got "gummed up" with oxide shedding so clean drive heads and retest from (a) ELSE f) junk the diskette! (or You need a resource editor to extract the "compressed" floppy image (compressed with PKWARE Data Compression Library). http://reboot.pro/topic/12255-need-help-with-virtual-floppy/ Sign up now!
IMD apparently overwrites the media byte during its forced format which solves the problem for good disks with invalid media byte states. Either way, I hope not only to improve my situation, but to help improve ImDisk.It seems VFD will not be developed anymore or updated in any way, But this is just I have yet to have a thumb drive create bootable and actually work. I really appreciate it.I've been testing several solutions, both in Vista and in VirtualBox's XPwSP3.Between my tests, which I want to share with you, and all your previous comments and suggestions,
Sep 6, 2008 at 6:36 PM #9 Big-Dave New Member Joined: Sep 5, 2008 Messages: 7 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 System Specs System Name: Packard Bell NEC P660401901 Processor: 2.53 gigahertz http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2550 Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. Norton disk doctor also helps with some problematic floppies (at least if you want to recover what is on there, normally I don't) Good Luck Reply With Quote December 12th, 2007,05:16 I only save the image to a file after running the floppy creator program I am testing.
I have no Vista handy at the moment to do any meaningful test, but VFD has been reported to work allright under Vista:http://chitchat.at.i...vmware/vfd.htmlLet's try reviewing the procedure (just in case):expand contents get redirected here Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! Windows error n. 5 Access is Denied 2. I wonder if that's a sign of......
I hope you could advise me about it.I don't use VirtualBox for anything else. Click to expand... General Discussion Create new fileHow do I create a new file on the desktop in windows vista. navigate to this website You DO NOT need Winimage for getting the image inside Winimage sfx files, a viable solution (freeware) has ALREADY been given:http://www.essential...s/objectfixzip/We are looking in some ways to do the same on
Using this method, not all the bin files were bigger than the final img file.I'm a simple user, not a programer, so I apologize if this question sounds silly: what do If this is a new pc (less than 1 y/o) ... Besides, modern BIOS's can emulate USB storage devices as harddrive.
Just trying to see if the flash is in any way necessary in the first place. Trouble is, Windows is in the back paddling in the opposite direction. The time now is 10:50 PM. More About Us...
Someone slap me. PowerShell Create New folder, move file, delete file. As all 3 disks have repeated the same messages and errors, I am assuming it is not those at fault. my review here Andrew Lynch PS, During the Vector Graphic restoration project, this issue has been coming up a lot with me recently as I have been using soft sector disks to help verify
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Sep 6, 2008 at 10:47 AM #1 Big-Dave New Member Joined: Sep 5, 2008 Messages: 7 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 System Specs System Name: Packard Bell NEC P660401901 Processor: 2.53 gigahertz The current WinImage kit is version 8.1; that's the first version for which the web site claims Vista compatibility.