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#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .444 04828 info 'App'] Using temp dir C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\vmware-temp\vmware-SYSTEM\sys Reconfig [#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .444 04828 verbose 'task-1'] d:/build/ob/bora-161434/bora/sysimage/lib/converter/reconfig/reconfiguration Transaction.cpp:103 [#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .819 04828 warning 'App'] [,0] Error 3 (error loading hive: The system cannot find the path specified (3)) loading temporary hive \.\vstor2-mntapi10-1623AB41007E00000000000003000000\Boot\BCD under key name mnt Api350474103630025694.[#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .819 04828 warning 'App'] [,0] Unable to load registry hive \.\vstor2-mntapi10-1623AB41007E00000000000003000000\Boot\BCD, error 0x3.They play minimal low resource consuming games, do office work, and browse the internet.I noticed while reviewing specs that the hard drive I ordered them only had a 8MB cache.I was wondering if any of you knowledgeable people out there could help resolve this issue i'm having with the F8 "Repair your computer" advanced boot option.The issue is when i boot my system and choose the above boot option i get the message below on screen, i have already used the instalation DVD to repair the boot options a number of times and i've also rebuilt and recreated all entries in the BCD file using "bcdedit" aswell as "bootrec" to write a new MBR but the issue persists, Windows boots normaly and all other F8 boot options work fine, the only issue is the "Repair your computer" option. A Recent hardware or software change might be the cause. Insert your windows installation disc and restart your computer. Choose your langugae settings, and then click next 3.During the installation of Windows, a previously created primary NTFS partition was not specified as the destination.
I'll be receiving the components to build my new computer over the next 2 days, but I'm going to use my current Western Digital 1TB HD in it until the next gen SSDs come out.My disk management appears as follows: Disk 0, Basic, 931.51GB, online: [System Reserved, 100MB NTFS] [(C:) 489.03GB NTFS] [(Storage F:) 295.90GB NTFS] [146.49GB Unallocated]2.I'm giving my parents my current PC after I've finished putting together the new one.Reconfiguration No System Volume Fault [#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .022 04828 verbose 'Property Provider'] Record Op ADD: event, task-1 [#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .022 04828 info 'task-1'] Convert Task updates, state: 4, percentage: 95, xfer rate (Bps): 782312 [#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .022 04828 verbose 'Property Provider'] Record Op ASSIGN: info, task-1 [#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .022 04828 error 'App'] Task failed: [#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .022 04828 verbose 'task-1'] Converter Task Set Error(task ID=task-1) [#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .022 04828 verbose 'task-1'] Completing task task-1 with state=3 [#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .022 04828 verbose 'App'] Converter Task Manager Task Completed [#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .022 04828 info 'App'] Task Completed : task-1 [#5] [task-1] [2009-08-28 .022 04828 verbose 'Property Provider'] Record Op ASSIGN: info, task-1 I think I have a record for the number of attempts to fix this error.
Each of the issues I am listing caused error messages in the log or some other symptom, but I do not know if they were fatal or not, because I never fixed the problem, but managed to work around it.If your Windows partition does not have 4K clusters you will not be able to move the booting files to it.