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  • Hello,

    I hope there is someone how can help me. I have a German Windows XP Installation and after some changes of my partitions I can start XP but Login is every time threw back (if my English seems bad or not clear please ask me for more details).

    Description of my hardware and what have I done:

    - in my computer are 2 hard disks
    - on every hard disk is one of the Windows operation system
    - the first hard disk has these partitions  [DOS][XP1][DATA][BACKUP]
    - the second hard disk has these partitions: [DOS][XP2][logical volume {1}{2}{3}]

    I need more room on the second hard disk because I want change XP to Win 8. But XP should run as long as I have testing Win 8 and all is fine. Before I have had made my changes I I have use the GAG-Bootmanager. In the GAG menu I selected [XP1] or [XP2]. For [XP2] the hard disk was exchanged by GAG. Disk 2[1] got Disk 1[0] and vice versa (all with no problem).

    After changing the partitions size, I get this figure

     the partitions for the fist hard disk as described above

    the partitions for second hard disk [Win8][XP2][logical volume {1}{2}{3}]

    Booting of Win8 which is using the new "bootmgr" and the binäry C:\Boot\BCD works.

    Booting of the "Legacy System", which is using the ald ntlds and the boot.ini works, too. That means that I've been able to boot both XP-systems. With slash /sos in boot.in I can see that all driver are been loaded and after that I see that Login-Screen. But after booting the [XP2] system I can no more loging and I get the following error messages

    PROBLEM DESCRIPTION:

    I starting the Legacy System and selecting XP2 on the 2. hard disk. Its booting and when I see the Login-Screen these error message is pushed up:

    Windows - kein Datenträger /  No Disk
    
    Exception Processing Message c0000013 75b0bf7c 4 75b0bf7c 75b0bf7c

    clicking 14 times on "Continue" the Logging Dialog is pushed up. I try to login and than 4 times appears the same error message. And sometimes in addition the information dialog:

    kein Datenträger im Laufwerk - Legen Sie einen Datenträger ein /
    translated: "no data carrier in device - put a data carrier in the device"
    
    Device\Harddisk3\DR12

    In the Logging-Dialog  appears the information "Logging out". I can try these so much as I want - I can no more login. 

    TESTINGS (with no suggest):

    Booting the system in "Verified Mode"
    Do chkdsk form XP1 on these partition

      For"Exception Processing Message" you can google a lot of different solutions but nothing seems to be my problem. What can I do now? What is the reason of that behavior?

    What means: Device\Harddisk3\DR12? And how can I correct this without to do a new installation or repair it with a XP-Disk which would destroy the Win8 installation.

    Thanks a lot for your ideas.


    Software-Developer VC++, C# (MFC|.NET)

    Wednesday, June 12, 2013 1:17 PM

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  • nice idea, but this is not I had ask for.

    In addition, the XP - partition is still there and should function. There are also a lot of programs installed inside, so I won't create another "Virtual XP - PC" solution.


    Software-Developer VC++, C# (MFC|.NET)


    • Edited by HL1234 Wednesday, June 12, 2013 9:02 PM typo
    Wednesday, June 12, 2013 9:01 PM
  • Sorry Vegan Fanatic,

    may be I have not write clear enough. The XP2 partition does boot. I see the driver are been loading (/sos in boot.ini) and then I see the Logging dialog.

    But there are this errors:

    Windows - kein Datenträger /  No Disk
    
    Exception Processing Message c0000013 75b0bf7c 4 75b0bf7c 75b0bf7

    and

    kein Datenträger im Laufwerk - Legen Sie einen Datenträger ein /
    translated: "no data carrier in device - put a data carrier in the device"
    
    Device\Harddisk3\DR12

    I do not understand this error messages and how I can fix the problem ?

    In Addition I can no more login ???

    Thank you for any advice.


    Software-Developer VC++, C# (MFC|.NET)

    Monday, June 17, 2013 1:04 PM
  • noone at microsoft understand that problem?

    Do You know a better place where I can ask that question?


    Software-Developer VC++, C# (MFC|.NET)

    Monday, June 24, 2013 7:51 PM
  • Hello,

    I have found a solution and like to share that with you. After replicate oneself what happen when the system boot, I think there is something going wrong with the drive letters. Google araound for this point I found a description in that was taken about the hive:
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7929481/how-windows-calculates-volume-unique-id

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices

    [ Also, there is good, but may be older discription from microsoft what happend at boot time
    http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windowsnt/4/server/reskit/en-us/resguide/diskover.mspx?mfr=true ]

    I boot the legacy system  XP1, open the registry, and add the system hive form XP2 where I found the Key  HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices for XP2. In the article I had read, I has reading that I can delelte all entries with

    \??\Volume{GUID} = BINARY_DATA
    \\DosDevices\#

    I do that and boot again. All errors above-mentioned are gone, but still I can not login. Sure, now all drive letter in a sort order by the microsoft system, but as I install the system I had given XP2 a special drive name L:\. So I boot again XP1 load the hive HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices from XP2 (In XP1 > program regedit > File > "Load structur". And at the end bevore closing regedit File > "Unload structure" - do not delete it!) Then I correct all drive letters like XP2 has have bevore the error. Delete all "\??\Volume{GUID}", because they will automatically rebuild as the next boot.

    The next time I boot XP2 all things are fine, and I could login.

    But whether I found a solution by myself,
    thank you all who has try to help me!
    Harald


    Software-Developer VC++, C# (MFC|.NET)

    Tuesday, July 2, 2013 9:36 AM