Urgent - Need Help with Paragon Hard Disk Manager

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by Aaron Here, Sep 21, 2008.

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  1. Aaron Here

    Aaron Here Registered Member

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    Wanted to resize my son's 250 MB HDD into 2 partions so I selected Resize/Move (Paragon Hard Disk Manager 8.5) to do that. Now that the operation is complete, Paragon only shows ONE (1) 250 MB FREE partition. o_O

    Please don't tell me that all of his data is destroyed as he needs it for school tomorrow!!!

    Please help -- URGENT !!!

    PS. I just tried the Undelete Partition function, but it said 'it couldn't find any deleted partions' ...Waiting for help!
     
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  2. Aaron Here

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    Hey fellow-members, I really need your help here ...it's getting to be panic-time! o_O
     
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    Two things, and they might not help fix it, but 1) Image or backup first. This is vital. 2) Never do anything like this before a critical point.

    No operation of this type is fool proof.
     
  5. Aaron Here

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    Peter, I realize I blew it - but I thought doing that with Paragon is a piece of cake...
     
  6. Aaron Here

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    Thanks, I'll check it out once I find the d/l link ...but can it boot-up the system? - as I now don't have an active partition!
     
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  7. Aaron Here

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    jonyjoe81, Test Disk did the trick in repairing the resized partition!

    Thanks a lot for the suggestion. :thumb:
     
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