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#601 erwan.l

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Posted 30 July 2020 - 04:08 PM

OK, and what to do when older version was used, and the existing 500Gb disk insist that it is 250Gb and cannot be extended?

 

sebus

 

HI Sebus,

 

Have you tried to extend it just by a few GB's to see if it works?

If yes, then may be you need to slitghly review your target (500GB) with a smaller size?

 

Can you post a screenshot of the clonedisk\partitition editor against that physical drive? 

Also, post a screeshot of clonedisk\right click "show disk/part info" against that volume.

 

Thx,

Erwan



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Posted 01 August 2020 - 01:23 PM

HI Sebus,

 

Have you tried to extend it just by a few GB's to see if it works?

If yes, then may be you need to slitghly review your target (500GB) with a smaller size?

 

Can you post a screenshot of the clonedisk\partitition editor against that physical drive? 

Also, post a screeshot of clonedisk\right click "show disk/part info" against that volume.

 

Thx,

Erwan

 

Little successful experiment :

I created 2 virtual hard drives (256MB and 512MB), created a partition/volume (G:) on my 256MB drive and cloned my 256MB drive onto my 512MB drive.

 

Picture below before/after.

We can see that after cloning, not only is the partition length too small but so is the (volume) boot sector total sectors.

Using the extend CloneDisk feature will take care of both (the partition and the volume).


disk#2 256MB
->Drive Geometry
Cylinders / Heads / Sectors:32 / 255 / 63
BytesPerSector: 512
->Disk Length
Size: 268435456 bytes, 256 Mbytes
TotalSectors: 524288
->Drive Layout
Style: MBR
PartitionCount: 4
DiskID: 6B279DD7
->Storage Property
Vendorid: Msft
ProductID: Virtual Disk
ProductRev: 1.0
Removeable:False
BusType:unknown
BytesPerPhysicalSector:512
->Disk Cache Information
ReadCacheEnabled:True / WriteCacheEnabled:True
->Disk Attributes
Attributes: Online Read-Write 

partition/volume g:
->Parent DeviceNumber: 2
->Partition_Info
Style: MBR
StartingOffset: 1048576
PartitionLength: 267386880 bytes, 255 Mbytes
PartitionNumber: 1
PartitionType: 7
HiddenSectors: 2048
BootIndicator: True
RecognizedPartition: True
->VolumeGUID: \\?\Volume{73bccac7-d1ec-11ea-835c-001a7dda7113}\
->Serial:86EA34D6
->GetDiskFreeSpace
Sectors per cluster: 8
Bytes per sector: 512
ClusterSize: 4096
Total clusters: 65279 (254 MB)
Free Clusters: 61556 (240 MB) / Used Clusters: 3723 (14 MB)


disk#3 512MB
->Drive Geometry
Cylinders / Heads / Sectors:65 / 255 / 63
BytesPerSector: 512
->Disk Length
Size: 536870912 bytes, 512 Mbytes
TotalSectors: 1048576
->Drive Layout
Style: MBR
PartitionCount: 4
DiskID: 6B279C1E
->Storage Property
Vendorid: Msft
ProductID: Virtual Disk
ProductRev: 1.0
Removeable:False
BusType:unknown
BytesPerPhysicalSector:512
->Disk Cache Information
ReadCacheEnabled:True / WriteCacheEnabled:True
->Disk Attributes
Attributes: Online Read-Write 


after cloning disk#2 on disk#3 (bs.totalsec:522239)
->Parent DeviceNumber: 2
->Partition_Info
Style: MBR
StartingOffset: 1048576
PartitionLength: 267386880 bytes, 255 Mbytes
PartitionNumber: 1
PartitionType: 7
HiddenSectors: 2048
BootIndicator: True
RecognizedPartition: True
->VolumeGUID: \\?\Volume{73bccac7-d1ec-11ea-835c-001a7dda7113}\
->Serial:86EA34D6
->GetDiskFreeSpace
Sectors per cluster: 8
Bytes per sector: 512
ClusterSize: 4096
Total clusters: 65279 (254 MB)
Free Clusters: 61556 (240 MB) / Used Clusters: 3723 (14 MB)

after growing/extending partition/volume G: (bs.totalsec:1044479)
->Parent DeviceNumber: 2
->Partition_Info
Style: MBR
StartingOffset: 1048576
PartitionLength: 534777856 bytes, 510 Mbytes
PartitionNumber: 1
PartitionType: 7
HiddenSectors: 2048
BootIndicator: True
RecognizedPartition: True
->VolumeGUID: \\?\Volume{73bccac7-d1ec-11ea-835c-001a7dda7113}\
->Serial:86EA34D6
->GetDiskFreeSpace
Sectors per cluster: 8
Bytes per sector: 512
ClusterSize: 4096
Total clusters: 130559 (509 MB)
Free Clusters: 126834 (495 MB) / Used Clusters: 3725 (14 MB)



#603 mcgyvah

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Posted 3 weeks ago

When cloning disk 2 to disk 1, it was going fine, if very slow.

But it has now hung at this point (screenshot).

Any suggestions?

 



#604 mcgyvah

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Posted 3 weeks ago

Ok i cant load a screenshot as forum seems to ban every for of image I come up with...

 

It is about 97%ish complete (refering to the blue bars at the bottom) and the caption at the bottom says

 

"21:43:01:491 - read boot sector OK"

 

it previously said this with a different timestamp ( about 21:39:XX:XXX)

 

But has had the above timestamp for about 45 minutes and appears to have stalled.


Edited by mcgyvah, 3 weeks ago.





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