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1. PowerQuest(R) PartitionMagic(R) Version 8.0
2. PowerQuest(R) BootMagic(R) Version 8.0
3. PowerQuest(R) DataKeeper(TM) Version 5.0

PowerQuest(R) BootMagic(R) Version 8.0

Table of Contents
1. Installing under Windows 2000/Windows XP
2. Booting from Secondary Hard Disks
3. Known Issues
A. Removable Media Drives
B. Making copies of the Home Partition
C. Installing to an NTFS Partition
D. Installing to a Compressed Drive
E. Uninstalling Manually
F. IDE/SCSI Drive Mixes on Windows NT/Windows 2000/Windows XP
G. USB Support
4. Running from Rescue Disks
5. PowerQuest's Storage Manager Newsletter

1. Installing under Windows 2000/Windows XP
When Installing BootMagic from Windows 2000 or Windows XP, it is
recommended that you install to a FAT16 partition. If you install
to a FAT32 partition, the rescue diskettes will not see the BootMagic
partition. If you do install to a FAT32 partition, you can create
rescue diskettes from a Windows 98 or Windows Me machine; then the
disks will see the FAT32 BootMagic partition correctly.

2. Booting from Secondary Hard Disks
To boot from a partition that is not on the first hard disk, you must
enable advanced partition hiding. When you select this option,
BootMagic hides all primary partitions except for the one you are
booting from. This option is turned off by default.

To enable advanced partition hiding, click Options > Advanced Partition
Hiding from the BootMagic configuration program.

3. Known Issues

- Problems with some removable media drives will cause
significant delays when booting your machine. If you are
experiencing long delays and you have a removable media
drive, make sure you have a cartridge in the drive when
you are booting your machine or configuring BootMagic.

- If you make a copy of the home partition using software such
as PartitionMagic(R) or Drive Image(R), you will end up with
two partitions that look like the home partition, and the
BootMagic configuration program will not run. If your hard
drive is in this state, you must boot with the BootMagic
rescue disk. The rescue disk will take you through the
steps needed to reconfigure BootMagic.

- You cannot install BootMagic on an NTFS partition.

- We recommend that you do not install BootMagic to a partition
that already has disk compression installed on it. If you
choose to install BootMagic to a partition with disk
compression, we recommend you uninstall the disk compression
software from your disk before installing BootMagic. For
information on uninstalling your disk compression software,
see your disk compression documentation.

If you decide to install BootMagic onto a drive with disk
compression, you must make sure the portion of the disk that
is not compressed (the host partition) is large enough for
BootMagic. BootMagic must be installed on the uncompressed
portion of your hard disk. For information on adjusting free
space from the compressed volume to the host partition, see
your disk compression documentation.

For BootMagic to operate correctly, ensure the disk compression
software is configured to make the host partition visible and
assign it a drive letter. If your host partition is set to
Hidden, BootMagic may continue to install, but you will not be
able to run the BootMagic Configuration program or uninstall
BootMagic. If BootMagic tries to install to a drive letter
that you are not aware you have, your system may have disk
compression software installed and it may have hidden the host

- To uninstall BootMagic manually, do the following:

Disable BootMagic in the BootMagic Configuration program by
unchecking the "BootMagic Enabled" check box and clicking the
"Save/Exit" button. Reboot your machine and delete the
\BTMAGIC.PQ subdirectory.

- If you are running Windows NT, Windows 2000, or Windows XP
on a computer with both SCSI and IDE hard disks, and you have
set your computer to boot from one of the SCSI drives, the
drives may appear in a different order in the BootMagic
Configuration program than they appear at boot time. This
can result in BootMagic failing to appear after installing
from Windows NT, Windows 2000, or Windows XP.

Also, menu items added to the BootMagic menu under Windows NT,
Windows 2000, or Windowx XP may not be found at boot time. As
a work-around, install BootMagic from Windows 9x or Windows Me
and run the BootMagic Configuration program from Windows 9x or
Windows Me.

- If you have a USB keyboard, you may not be able to use BootMagic.
If you have a USB mouse, you may need to use the keyboard
instead of the mouse to make selections in BootMagic.

4. Running from Rescue Disks
If you boot from the BootMagic rescue disks and they cannot
find the BootMagic configuration program, BootMagic will be
disabled and PQBoot will run instead. PQBoot will display the
primary partitions on the first hard disk, so you can boot the
computer. From PQBoot, choose an operating system where you
can access the BootMagic configuration program (preferably the
operating system where you installed BootMagic), then repair
BootMagic from within that operating system.

Web site:


PowerQuest(R) DataKeeper(TM) Version 5.0

See the DataKeeper online help or Chapter 9 of the PartitionMagic
user guide for full information about PowerQuest DataKeeper.

Table of Contents
1. Known Issues
2. Interaction with Other Programs

1. Known Issues
a. To install DataKeeper under Windows NT, Windows 2000, or
Windows XP, you must have administrator privileges.

b. "Permission denied" errors may occur if you try to restore
files to their original location when the original file exists
and is open. Windows system files are often open and beyond
your control.

c. The directory tree will collapse back to the root directory
when refreshing the list if you do not have the last folder in
the expanded tree highlighted.

d. Datakeeper can be uninstalled as you would uninstall other
programs. However, the uninstall process leaves all the backup
specification files (.DKS) and log files. To remove them,
complete a search by typing "*.DKS" in the Named text box.
When you remove DataKeeper, you can delete those files (they
are large and occupy a lot of space). If you use multiple
primary and substitute backup locations, they may contain
obsolete backup files that you may want to delete to reclaim
disk space.

2. Interaction with other programs
To prevent performance degradation of your system when
monitoring, DataKeeper does two things:

Delay write -- When a file is modified, DataKeeper delays
making a backup for five seconds. This prevents hard disk
"thrashing" caused by applications that write groups of data
to a file with many short pauses between them. If DataKeeper
tried to copy the file immediately after every write, the copy
would be in progress during the next write and the copying
process would have to start over.

File system load monitoring -- To avoid slowing down your
system, DataKeeper monitors file system activity and waits for
periods of inactivity to back up files. Simultaneously running
programs that continuously scan the disk may cause DataKeeper
to delay copying files for an excessive length of time.

If you notice hard disk thrashing or suspect that an extended
delayed write situation exists, you can stop monitoring in
DataKeeper and it will report the number of files that are
waiting to be backed up (if any). If you consistently have a
large number of files waiting to be backed up, especially when
Windows is shutting down, try to determine what applications
(such as disk optimizing tools and virus scanners) are
conflicting with DataKeeper. You should consider scheduling
them to run when you are not actively using the system.

Web site:


PowerQuest(R) PartitionMagic(R) Version 8.0

You may find it helpful to watch the PartitionMagic Flash tutorial
before using PartitionMagic. You can display the Flash by clicking
Help > Flash Tutorial from the PartitionMagic main screen.

1. Back up Your System!
2. General Usage Notes
3. Known Issues - Windows NT/2000/XP only
4. Known Issues - Windows 9x only
5. Uninstalling Windows Me
6. PowerQuest's Storage Manager Newsletter

Remember to back up your hard drives before using PartitionMagic.
While PartitionMagic has been thoroughly tested, power failures,
operating system bugs, and hardware design bugs can put your data

To back up your system, we recommend using PowerQuest Drive
Image(R). Drive Image is a disk imaging tool that lets you create
an image of your entire system that can easily be restored.
Having a backup lets you run PartitionMagic with the security
of knowing that you can get your system back up and running
if you run into problems.


- PartitionMagic does not support Windows NT Server or
Windows 2000 Servers.

- Be aware that there is no undo (after clicking Apply) if you
merge two FAT or FAT32 partitions. You must be particularly
careful not to merge two primary partitions that include
operating systems, as your computer will not be bootable if
you do.

- Progress bars are an estimation only and may pause for several
minutes, even though PartitionMagic is still working correctly.
If you think your computer has locked up, please be patient and
allow PartitionMagic to finish the operation.

- You should set up removable media drives so that they are the
last drives on your system. Drives are assigned priorities as
follows: primary master, primary slave, secondary master,
secondary slave. You should not have a fixed hard drive
set up as the secondary master if you have a removable media
drive set up as the primary slave. If you have two IDE
controllers, you should connect removable media drives to
the second controller, after any hard drives. If you have a
RAID configuration, disconnect any removable media (such as
a Zip drive) before using PartitionMagic. If you do not
configure removable media drives as the last drives, you
will see disk numbering inconsistencies in the PartitionMagic
interface, and the wizards will not work on your system.

- Bad Sector Checking is OFF by default. PartitionMagic ships
with bad sector checking turned OFF by default. Modern hard
disks are designed to avoid bad sectors automatically.
However, if you feel that bad sectors may be a problem on your
system, turn on bad sector checking (by unchecking the
appropriate boxes in the "Skip bad sector checks" list box in
Preferences). Turning on bad sector checking ensures that data
is not moved or copied to bad disk sectors; however, this
causes the create, move, and resize operations to slow down
considerably. Another way to verify that there are no bad
sectors on your disk is to run the operating system check
utility (CheckDisk or ScanDisk) and do a surface scan before
launching PartitionMagic.

- A non-Asian language version of PartitionMagic should never
be used on an Asian language version of Windows NT/2000/XP,
as this may cause corruption of filenames and partition/
volume set labels.

- You cannot use PQBoot for Windows (a utility included with
PartitionMagic) unless there is at least one primary
partition on the first hard disk.


- PartitionMagic does not support volume sets, stripe sets, stripe
sets with parity, or partitions located on disk mirror/duplex
sets configured using Windows NT Disk Administrator. Under
Windows 2000/XP, PartitionMagic supports standard partitions
located on basic disk sets only.

- In a configuration with mixed IDE and SCSI hard drives, Windows
NT does not always see the boot drive as the first physical hard
disk. PartitionMagic displays drives in the order Windows NT
reports them. As a result, you may see your boot device as Drive
1, 2, and so forth. This does not cause problems for
PartitionMagic except when setting a new active partition. Also,
PartitionMagic may incorrectly report that there is no active
partition on your system. To change your active partition, be
sure that you identify which drive is the boot drive.

- You should not change the drive letter originally assigned to
the Windows NT/2000/XP boot partition (the partition where Windows
is installed). Changing the drive letter to anything but its
original designation will cause severe boot problems and may
cause your computer to be unbootable.

- Under Windows 2000 or Windows XP, if you perform operations
on partitions that include mount points, you must restore the
mount points after the operations are complete.

- Error 183: Init Failed. If you attempt to run PartitionMagic on
a Windows 2000/XP Professional machine where the boot partition
(the partition where Windows 2000/XP Professional is installed)
is on a dynamic disk, you will receive the following error message:
"Init failed: Error 183. Unable to identify the Windows partition."
To solve this problem, Windows 2000/XP must be installed on a
basic disk.

- Error 184: If you encounter error 184 when initializing
PartitionMagic, run Disk Administrator (Windows NT) or Disk
Management (Windows 2000/XP), then start PartitionMagic again.

- If the System Restore feature of Windows XP is monitoring a drive,
PartitionMagic cannot perform operations on that drive in Windows.
Instead it must drop down to boot mode to perform the operations.
The operation will still be successful.

- To uninstall PartitionMagic under Windows XP, you must be logged
in as the user who originally installed the product. If the user
account has been deleted, you must remove PartitionMagic
manually by cleaning out the PartitionMagic install directory and


- On a computer with a dual boot, if you have more than 20
partitions, you may not be able to launch PartitionMagic from
Windows 9x.

- If you create an NTFS partition under Windows 9x, it will be
created with NTFS version 3.0, which is not compatible with
Windows NT 4.0. To create an NTFS version 1.2 partition that will
work with Windows NT 4.0, run PartitionMagic under Windows NT 4.0
or from the rescue disks and create the partition.

- Under Windows 9x, PartitionMagic and the operating system may assign
different drive letters to USB, USB2, and FireWire drives. This
problem is a result of the inconsistent way the operating system
assigns drive letters for removable devices. If the drive
letters appear differently in PartitionMagic than they do in "My
Computer," PartitionMagic can still work on the removable drive.

If you use PartitionMagic (or FDISK or any other partitioning
software), you should be aware of the following Microsoft warning.

IMPORTANT: You should not attempt to uninstall Windows Me if the
partition information for your hard disk or disks has changed
since you last installed Windows Me successfully. Windows Me
creates a backup copy of your partition information in the
Suhdlog.dat file at the end of a successful installation, and
Uninstal.exe restores the partition information listed in the
Suhdlog.dat file to your hard disk during the uninstall. If the
partition information on your hard disk or disks has changed
since you last installed successfully (specifically, since the
Suhdlog.dat file was created), then you might experience partial
or complete data loss as a result of attempting to uninstall
Windows Me.

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