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Anyone any ideas as to why this error occurs?djkavMonday, 19 September 2011 13:17:32 UTCThanks for the instructions. This tool allowed me to reset the drive to its full capacity, sans DDO. I had it working though it cost me a while. Make sure that there is no other device attached to the same cable (like another hard drive or a CD/DVD drive). http://ps3coderz.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-7-on-internal-hdd-and-xp-on-external-usb-connected-ide.php

Exactly which one of all these three do I need? After some problem to connect the disk to a desktop (thanks to sate-esata), my disk recovered its full capacity of 250 GO ! Instead, enter the BIOS with the DEL key and manually put your USB Key (it'll be detected by brand, so be prepared to recognize the string) at the top of the Do you get same issue?Vaithees KumarThursday, 15 September 2011 13:48:32 UTCDoug, i took your advice and moved the .vhd.

It seems my ver of system doesn't have one. really wish people wouldn't put things like this online unless they worked. These files can only be obtained by installing Windows Automated Installation Kit for Windows 7 on your Windows PC.

Wonko Back to top #3 sambul61 sambul61 Gold Member Advanced user 1568 posts   American Samoa Posted 13 November 2011 - 01:32 PM All code in this and my other VHD My System Specs OS Windows 7 kiwijoker View Public Profile Find More Posts by kiwijoker 03 Feb 2010 #8 gregrocker 50,854 posts How is the performance, Kiwi? Nuno Brito, metal03326, Uvais and 1 other like this Back to top #2 Wonko the Sane Wonko the Sane The Finder Advanced user 13213 posts Location:The Outside of the Asylum (gate ECHO. :End Edited by sfinktah, 18 November 2011 - 08:31 PM.

And that makes me happy because I want to install linux on this device. Time will tell.nigels.myopenid.comTuesday, 27 September 2011 01:14:14 UTCWorked out great. So, I reformatted that drive. try here Step 2 - Make a Virtual Hard Drive You can do this later in the process by pressing Shift-F10 while in the Setup Tool, but I like to prep things up

WINDOWS 7 INSTALLED ON MY EXTERNAL HDD…. Not at all the fault of the utility, but due to the really really warped way Windows works with VHD.I had to read and experiment with this for about an hour If I run "Config" command in MHDD it say me that the HDD does not support config changes (or something like this). I tried a lot to install windows 7 to My external HARD DRIVE but I have not succeeded yet .

Trying to make this work in a WinPE environment without any luck. You can either do it manually or let the system do it automatically during setup."Can you offer some info on how to manually update the bootmgr? Are you doing disk part like "select disk file=c:\wdp_8102.vhd"You need the file= part.Scott HanselmanThursday, 15 September 2011 06:00:57 [email protected] The vhd is ok, it's created and partitioned inside Windows. You could probably recreate the BCD with BCDEdit, but I'm surprised it erased ries.

What should i do? useful reference type %TMP% ECHO. However, I left click, right click, still dun have the option to do that. Installation cannot proceed."Anyone have any ideas?Alex LongThursday, 15 September 2011 09:50:00 UTCSH> Darrix - double check your location and ensure you have enough room for the VHD to expand?

I posted about it here. BUT SYSTEM IS VERY SLOW WORKING PLZ HELP…… User saysApril 16, 2015 at 10:44 pm One of my biggest frustrations with the Net is people who actually know less than they So I'm exploring this route before going virtual. my review here This was not necessary - but the error dialogue in the next version of the software should ask users to check that the drive is a) on its own channel and

The only one problem I'm having is when trying to install .Net framework 4 or Sql Server (tools that I'll need in my image), it is just crashing and don't know Daniel :) saysSeptember 20, 2012 at 12:15 pm I can’t find Imagex.exe on my computer. Both VHDs must kept be in the same folder.

After the program finishes working (3—20 seconds), you will need to power off your PC, then wait 10—20 seconds and then power on.

Back to top #17 sfinktah sfinktah Frequent Member Advanced user 217 posts Location:Der Äther Interests:/(C(++|#)|P(HP|XE)|(OS|Linu)X|8051)/   Australia Posted 18 November 2011 - 03:27 PM Here's some more links for you:In this With disk manager he says c/ (c:) partition basic ntfs healthy(system) 128,00GB 94.89GB But underneath it says disk1 c/ (c:) 298.09GB ntfs healty(system). Snoopy saysDecember 23, 2013 at 3:49 am @Kiko Select the install.wim from your Windows Installation DVD or image, but not from the "Windows Files" folder you've created previously. i expected once it is installed it would show me both win 7 and win 8 at boot up.

I have done the whole procedure correctly but in the end , at the time of installing windows 7 I got message that "windows cannot be install to this disk . Now that I have the J: back, i cannot access anything inside it unless i format it and lose all my data? However, I think I'll go with the 3rd Option: Startup Repair as F8 didn't do anything and the only boot entry showing in the System Configuration (msconfig) is the Windows 8. http://ps3coderz.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-windows-7-and-vista-boot-error-winload-exe.php Windows 7: Dual boot W7 (internal HDD) W2008 (e-sata) 28 Nov 2009 #1 coyo W7U 1 posts Dual boot W7 (internal HDD) W2008 (e-sata) Hi, For a project