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 on: February 01, 2018, 09:30:17 PM 
Started by mick - Last post by Joep
Hello,

Try this setup and see if it resolves the memory issue.
http://diydatarecovery.nl/downloads/Demo/DiskPatchX_Setup.exe

Also please provide some context: why are you running DiskPatch, what is the issue with the harddisk? (symptoms, error messages etc.).

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 on: January 31, 2018, 09:48:00 PM 
Started by mick - Last post by mick
Hello,

Used the  DiskPatch USB option to create a bootable usb stick.

I removed the SSD (cache) from the laptop now the progam works a bit better  but still errors about memory.
attached some fresh logs.

the laptop has a uefi bios.

regards, Michel

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 on: January 31, 2018, 03:25:40 PM 
Started by mick - Last post by mick
Hello,

Used the  DiskPatch USB option to create a bootable usb stick.

regards,

Michel

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 on: January 31, 2018, 02:21:48 PM 
Started by mick - Last post by Joep
Hello,

And how do you boot the PC? Do you use the DiskPatch USB option or the CD? Or do you use your own boot-disk? Because right after you started DiskPatch, very little conventional memory is available. This can happen if you use a boot disk that loads all kinds of stuff on boot (CD drivers etc.).


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 on: January 30, 2018, 10:06:48 PM 
Started by mick - Last post by mick
Dear,

When running diskpatch I get the error Free memory is below the safe limit and I also get a error about a corrupt MBR. I can only access one partition.
I have one disk with multipule partitions. OS is windows 10.

Attached you can find the logs. Please advice what to do.

Regards,
Michel

 6 
 on: January 08, 2018, 02:17:22 AM 
Started by kozmix - Last post by Joep
Hi,

How did you map the drive?

 7 
 on: January 05, 2018, 12:42:44 PM 
Started by kozmix - Last post by delvirtud
Thanks for the reply. I received no error. It just said creating folder structures and copying files to the UNC path but never did anything. Also, as mentioned, I already attempted mapping the drive, but it did not show as an option.

All that being said, iSCSI to the NAS worked.

Thanks again.

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 on: January 05, 2018, 01:17:05 AM 
Started by kozmix - Last post by Joep
Hi,

It's a Windows thing. Can have to do with permissions. We can't trouble shoot that from here. iRecover simply traps the windows error code that was returned but you try this:
1. Launch the elevated command prompt (console)
on the Start Menu, find Command Prompt
right click it, pick Run As Administrator
2. Type
NET USE X: \\SERVER\SHARE
where X: is an unassigned drive letter and \\SERVER\SHARE is a path to share on the network
3. see if the drive appears as a target available for copying.

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 on: January 04, 2018, 05:35:43 PM 
Started by kozmix - Last post by delvirtud
I think the iSCSI option is working OK. Copying now.  Still would like to know why UNC will not AND why mapped drives will not show up an an option.

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 on: January 04, 2018, 01:22:55 PM 
Started by kozmix - Last post by delvirtud
What ever came of this? Did you find a solution? I am attempting a UNC path as a mapped drive does not show up as an option. As kozmix stated above, it acts like it is creating directories (which it does not) then it actually shows that is is copying files, but the directory in the UNC path has nothing in it. After about 10 minutes of copying nothing (should be about 1.5TB), it claims it is finished. I do not have enough local storage to cover that space needed. I will attempt setting up iSCSI so that the software sees the NAS as a local drive, but until then, do you have an insight regarding the above?
Thanks.
del

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