Back to top #13 ady ady Frequent Member Advanced user 128 posts Posted 17 August 2010 - 03:03 PM Let's not make it more complex (or too much simple) than needed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. The current WinImage kit is version 8.1; that's the first version for which the web site claims Vista compatibility. Problem solved and the upgrade was then seamless. this contact form
Mrlopez Guest I'm trying to create a "F6" floppy to load AHCI sw before installing Windows Vista but the exe file "F6flpy32.exe" fails with the 2 errors: 1. NOTE: If the download link doesn't work you may need to Download it Directly from a Mirror Here. The floppy creators are .exe, and they contain some sort of floppy image (bin, ima, img, imz...). You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others.
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Either way, I hope not only to improve my situation, but to help improve ImDisk.It seems VFD will not be developed anymore or updated in any way, But this is just Don't Worry - I'm here to help you fix it! When I took a look at firadisk and/or Winvblock, they started with something like:This driver is not suitable for people who are not familiar with making and manipulating disk image or This Site Well, for a very long time.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? [H]ard|Forum Forums > Bits & Bytes > Operating Systems > Style Hard Forum Dark Contact Us Help Home Top Terms and Rules Style by The just-created floppy, either in "ram" mode or "file" mode, is a FAT12 DOS-compatible formatted floppy, even before actually giving the "format" command. After spending countless hours on this stupid windows error n.5 access denied floppy problem I almost gave up. Reply With Quote July 3rd, 2007,12:45 AM #8 slgrieb View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Feb 2003 Posts 4,103 Finding software that craps out trying to make diskettes
de..qu$.u|00147fd0 ff 72 0d 0a 0d 0a 41 76 61 cb 6e 74 13 00 69 17 |.r....Ava.nt..i.|00147fe0 03 07 00 76 6f 5f 74 72 65 20 27 f0 f9 https://hardforum.com/threads/windows-error-n-5.1177543/ Any help is very much appreciated.Thank you in advance. I will have to test it further and I will report back if I find anything.-Other ramdisk tools don't support A: (not as floppy nor as hard drive ramdisk), or they Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
It took a bit longer than 10 minutes, closer to 30, but by the time it was finished my PC worked great again. You try to shoo a fly away from the monitor with your cursor." ~ Juuso Heimonen Reply With Quote June 22nd, 2007,10:20 AM #4 Miq View Profile View Forum Posts Registered To extract this compressed floppy image, you can use dynamite:http://ultimatebootc...c...?f=9&t=2550For Winimage Self-Extractor based floppies, there might be a workaround (besides extracting the floppy image with 7-zip, which is the best way If this is a new pc (less than 1 y/o) ...
Look for storage drivers at these sites. Then Disk error no 69 on track 0, head 0 Access is denied. Miq Reply With Quote June 22nd, 2007,10:29 AM #5 Miq View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date May 2001 Location Thomasville, GA Posts 100 I think I just found navigate here Click the "Services" tab, check the "Hide All Microsoft Services" box and click "Disable All" (if it is not gray). 3.
Now, how can I test a set of 2 consecutive floppies in Qemu (i.e. I'll post back when I have any news.Thank you in advance. I was expecting to use VFD and work like 10 minutes for each floppy image and several MB of hard disk space.
I have no Vista handy at the moment to do any meaningful test, but VFD has been reported to work allright under Vista:http://chitchat.at.i...vmware/vfd.htmlLet's try reviewing the procedure (just in case):expand contents BAH... The time now is 01:15 PM. Ziprepair only accepts zip files.Another tool I tried is IzArc, which also has a repair tool.
What I would try. I know how to do this in VirtualBox. Manfred Manfred Wirobski, Apr 28, 2012 #3 Paul Guest Manfred Wirobski wrote: > > > "Paul" <> schrieb im Newsbeitrag > news:jnea9q$ij2$... >> Manfred Wirobski wrote: >>> I ordered a his comment is here I am using DBan (http://dban.sourceforge.net) I wouldn't doubt it being incompatable with Vista, but an access denied error makes me lean towards something in vista blocking access.
The tests I already made, before getting to this point, really took many hours, but I want to be thorough.I didn't explain each and every test I made. By a "set", I mean that I boot the VM with the first one, and then the boot process requests to change the floppy for the next, so to continue with