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PartitionMagic Error 4444, NTFS and Windows Vista

September 24, 2007 Leave a comment

If you’ve tried to use PartitionMagic 7 or 8 from Windows 2000/XP to image or alter a Vista partition, or to write something onto a drive that had a Vista partition on it, you might’ve been in for a shock.

Accessing the properties of the Vista partition from PartitionMagic will give you “Error #4444”. If you schedule a partition copy operation to run at reboot, you’ll get this error every time you reboot into Windows XP and won’t be able to reach the login screen.

In true Symantec-style, Symantec’s knowledge base only lists error codes upto 2999 (what, you don’t actually still use Norton Internet Security do you?!). Fortunately, Grintor (see forum link below) has the solution, and an explanation. Read more…

Solving MSI Errors: When Installers and Updates Go Wrong

February 2, 2007 2 comments

This article is for anyone who has ever tried to install a program or critical update/hotfix on Windows and come up against an error which prevented the installation from completing successfully. Read more…

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