…well, i highly doubt its a vista only issue.hold on...
In NT 4.0 and Windows 2000, it has been moved to the end of the logical volume (Volume end), which requires a different retrieval technique. The example shown will be using Disk Probe (dskprobe.exe) for NT which ships on the NT V4.0 Resource Kit but will also run under NT V3.5x with the proper .dll files installed.
taken straight from the knowledgebase article linked above.
/sighi figured he was saying that only vista puts a second boot sector in.alas, the nature of the discussion remains.Now i am more interested in the problem then actually fixing it altogether, yes that's my final goal but i would like to test everything i can, simply for the sake of knowledge.and Drover, though we may have different views on what has been said, different methods as to how to go about what needs to be done, i apologise for anything i may have said and for anything that may have been misconstrued in my thinking, i can be a little bull headed at times, and your right, its not a good idea to truly and faithfully believe what something says. Weird errors are popping up here and there, and this is an area where it would seem none of us have ever been ( second boot sector? wtf ).and i hope the next problem we face we can work together a little better than we are here. That goes for all of us, not anyone specific.
Please do not post anything else in this thread. This is meant to be a discussion and I do not appreciate the hostile undertones here. This is not what this forum is about. We are here to suggest
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