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Probable Partition Problem- won't boot

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Richard Baldwin, Jan 16, 2007.

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  1. Richard Baldwin

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    I recently installed Win XP & SP4 (2002 version). It was working very nicely. Because my C and D drives were each Partitioned with "useless"(?) small E and D partitions (C and E, D and F) which resulted in strange Identifying Letters for all my drives, I tried everything I could with "Partition Magic" 7.0, to get rid of E and F. Whatever my last attempt was resulted in making the computer unable to Boot. It goes through the CMOS routine then stops leaving on the screen, "Verifying DMI Pool Data.........". I have not used "Partition Magic" for many, many years and was using the program not really competent to do so.
    If anyone recognizes this fiasco I would very much appreciate hearing from you.
    Thank you,
    Richard Baldwin
     
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