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    madcat

    Help: macdrive heeft mijn partitie tabel verneukt

    Ik wilde even een dvdtje branden en aangezien mijn macmini geen brander heeft en mijn pc wel dacht ik “weet je wat ik ga eventjes mijn externe HD aan mijn pc koppelen”

    Dus ik download macdrive 7.0.6 en instaleer het netjes en kan een dvdtje branden.. dus ik dacht dat ik klaar was.. maar nee hoor het is natuurlijk een windows machine. dus ik unmount netjes mijn harddisk via de “disk ultility” van windows en toen begon de elende.

    Ik prik mijn hd weer in mijn mac en tot mijn verbazing zegt osx “dat hij het niet kan initaliseren en dat ik even op initalize moet drukken, maar disk util kon het niet lezen.
    Voor dezekerheid start ik ipartition eventjes op en die zegt dat ik 2 partities heb van Fat32/NTFS.. maar het zijn HFS+ partities.

    Dus nu zit ik met een probleempje op windows kan ik mijn disk nu wel lezen. maar op mijn mac niet:(
    Weet iemand een oplossing?
    IK heb mediafour ook al om hulp gevraagd:
    http://assist.mediafour.com/index.php?_a=tickets&_m=listview&_i=FTP-15730

    Bijdrager
    madcat

    jongens macdrive is echt compleet waardeloos:

    Hello
    Thank you for your fast reply, i have added the logfile you requested and
    also an image of the Layout according to windows disk management. A quick
    look though the logfile gives me the impression that it is an EFI partition
    table with two FAT32 partitions, both “Non-system disks”.

    Greetings

    On 6/25/07, Roz Scanes wrote:
    >
    > *Mediafour technical support request*
    >
    > MacDrive cannot change HFS+ partitions to FAT32 or NTFS partitions. In
    > order to see what has occurred, it would be helpful to get some information
    > from your drive.
    >
    > 1) Please download the MacDrive Sector Capture tool from the following
    > link:
    >
    > http://download.mediafour.com/macdrive/tools/macdrivesectorcapture.exe
    >
    > Please connect the drive in question, then run this tool, which will
    > prompt you for a physical drive number. Windows Vista users may have to
    > right click on the file and select “Run as Administrator” in order to
    > proceed. Enter the physical drive number and click “Capture.” This will
    > place a Sector Capture file on your desktop. (To determine the physical
    > drive number, right-click on “My Computer” -> “Manage” to open “Computer
    > Management” -> “Storage” -> “Disk Management”. Physical drive numbers are in
    > the lower-left corner of the window.)
    >
    > 2) Please ZIP the file into a compressed folder and attach the ZIP folder
    > when replying to this email.
    >
    > Windows XP: To ZIP a file, highlight it, right-click and select “Send to”
    > -> “Compressed (zipped) folder”.
    >
    > Older versions of Windows: Please use your preferred third-party utility
    > for creating a ZIP file. A utility for this is WinZip, available for
    > download at
    > http://www.download.com/WinZip/3000-2250_4-10454671.html?tag=lst-0-1
    >
    > * The Sector Capture Utility has been developed by Mediafour for the
    > express purpose of troubleshooting technical support issues. Using this
    > utility will not collect any private, confidential data from your system.
    > The resulting file will be used strictly by Mediafour staff to assist in
    > resolving your technical support case. The file will not be distributed to
    > any third-party without your prior permission.
    >
    > Please let me know if I can be of additional assistance.
    > —
    > Best regards,
    >
    > Roz Scanes
    > Mediafour
    > http://www.mediafour.com
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    > ID: FTP-15730 Tracking URL: Click Here
    > Department: Technical Support Created On: 24 Jun 2007 02:40 AM Last
    > Update: 24 Jun 2007 02:40 AM Status: Open

    Hello,

    In windows it works fine, but it does not work anymore on OSX.
    As you can see it’s a FAT32 partition, and Mac OSX/iPartition can not read
    this partition since macdrive “changed” the partition table.
    The most importent data i was able to set to my windows disk, but i only
    have 200GB free on my pc so i can not backup everything. reformating is
    therefore not an option because i would lose data that way!

    I would appreciate if the logfile could be analysed or if it’s possable to
    write back an “hacked” partition table with the correct data or any other
    way my disk could be in the same state as when it was before i used
    MacDrive.

    Greetings

    On 6/26/07, Roz Scanes wrote:
    >
    > *Mediafour technical support request*
    >
    > Based on your screenshot, your disk is working fine with MacDrive. I do
    > not know why it would not work with iPartition, but, this is third party
    > software we are unfamiliar with. MacDrive would certainly not add FAT32
    > partitions on its own. This would have to be done with Windows and would not
    > happen automatically.
    >
    > If you are having difficulty accessing this disk on your Mac, the only
    > resolution would be to migrate your data from the drive, zero the drive in
    > question, and repartition it.
    >
    > A free Windows utility for zeroing (i.e. wiping) a drive is available at
    > the following link:
    >
    >
    > http://www.download.com/Active-Kill-Disk-Hard-Drive-Eraser/3000-2092_4-10188745.html?tag=lst-0-1
    >
    > You can then use MacDrive 7 to make it a Mac disk with Mac partitions
    > (Start -> All Programs -> MacDrive 7 -> Tools -> Format or Repair Mac
    > Disks).
    >
    > Please let me know if I can be of additional assistance.
    > —
    > Best regards,
    >
    > Roz Scanes
    > Mediafour
    > http://www.mediafour.com
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    > ID: FTP-15730 Tracking URL: Click Here
    > Department: Technical Support Created On: 24 Jun 2007 02:40 AM Last
    > Update: 25 Jun 2007 04:58 PM Status: Open

    We are not aware of how to make the changes you have requested, and, the screenshot you have submitted indicates that there are no problems with mounting this drive with MacDrive.

    Dus gebruik geen MacDrive op windows Vista, omdat het dataloss kan veroorzaken!!
    Geef dit dus ook even door aan iedereen die je kent zodat die niet in dezelfde problemen verzeilt raken!

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