Text-Mode Displays Invalid Partitions
Submitted By: Kmadhav
When you try to install Windows 2000 SP3 using Windows 2000 SP3 CD-ROM in text-mode setup, you observe that setup shows some partitions that actually don’t exist on hard disk. When you select a partition, its related options appear in its status bar at the bottom of screen. But if you select such non-existing partition, you don’t see the Delete option to delete it.
Windows 2000 setup is unable to read partition table information because it is corrupted. The similar behavior can also be seen on new hard disks that have not been partitioned yet.
To correct this issue, you need to repartition the hard disk and restore lost data from backup. You can repartition the hard disk using any of the below mentioned method:
• Use different version of Windows 2000 CD-ROM to start your system and use Delete option after selecting each of the listed partition
• You can also use Windows 2000 Setup boot floppy disk for this purpose
• Boot your system using startup disk and use Fdisk utility to repartition the hard disk
You can continue installing Windows 2000 SP3 Setup after restoring lost information using backup. This has been assumed that you have backed up all the important data to restore it later. While any violation in this case, you can simply scan your hard disk using data recovery.applications before performing any further task. data recovery software are powerful tools to recover lost data in any logical crash case.
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