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    I haven't had any problems here. But, you should be able to boot to the install DVD and open a command prompt, and run chkdsk from there. (Just click the "Install Now", and at the product key screen you can press Shift+F10 to get a command window. If you need to install drivers to see your hard drive, proceed to that point and then press Shift+F10.) - Aaron "Raxet" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ... >I have tried numerous attempts to run chkdsk /R from either the Tools >"Error > checking" "Check now" option or the Admin cmd line option chkdsk /R. > > All have failed. > > On system reboot, chkdsk begins on volume c > Then within seconds fails with the line: > "cannot open volume for Disk Access" > > Vista boots to the login. > > I have an open case # that is being researched. I have run the reporting > tool MPSRPT_SETUPPerf_x64 to send off the 22 meg file for their viewing > pleasure. > > If I don't hear from anyone here, I will report their findings. > > But please, if anyone has already dealt with this issue, don't hesitate to > share > your fix. :) > -- > RaXeT
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    "Insufficient disk space for bitlocker drive encryption to encrypt the drive." The vista drive has 200g free space. Anyone know why bitlocker is giving me this msg when I try to encrypt drive????
  • 3. Windows Vista 64 Bit
    Hi All Up until now I have been running 32 bit WinXP on all my PCs (even though they all have 64 bit AMD processors). I am considering upgrading one as a test to the 64 bit version of Vista. Are there any good websites out there that document using a 64 bit version of XP / Vista? I am looking for information on the gotchas and problems I am likely to encounter. My PCs get used pretty hard for: .NET Software Development Java software development MS Office Video editing and DVD authoring Email and web browsing Gaming Copying CDs into Realplayer / iTunes and then on to my iPod Has anyone got any advice / good web site recommendations? Thanks, Kulgan.

Re: "this file does not have a program associated with it for perf

Postby bWFya203NQ » Sun, 30 Mar 2008 01:16:01 GMT






many many thanks.. i was about to give up hope as i didnt discover these 
ones.. this worked like a treat (though of course, i did need to reinstall a 
few things to get the context menus back, like winrar) but i'm good to go 
again.

Thanks

Re: "this file does not have a program associated with it for perf

Postby bWFya203NQ » Sun, 30 Mar 2008 01:33:01 GMT

This may not be related.. but it is an exe issue..

I'm trying to reinstall my powerchute apc 2.11 software (personal edition) 
and i get partway through the installer and this error appears (this appears 
to be a windows error based on some searching):

Component:  Application
File Group:  App Executables
File:  (blank)
Error:  Catastrophic Failure



I'm not sure what to do to get around this?

Any thoughts?



Re: "this file does not have a program associated with it for perf

Postby Q2FybG9z » Sun, 30 Mar 2008 02:14:20 GMT

Hi,
You have made no mention of what is your OS.
Download the proper PowerChute version from here:
 http://www.**--****.com/ 
If you already have the "proper" version, then download it again (file might 
be corrupt) and run it as Administrator.
Best of luck.
Carlos
P.S.: I would not discard running also a memory check program like 
memtest86. Some bad memory stick might be playing games with you.





Re: "this file does not have a program associated with it for perf

Postby bWFya203NQ » Sun, 30 Mar 2008 02:29:01 GMT







Its x64 vista.. yeah i did redownload it.. no luck..

I suspected at one point i had bad memory (2 chips of the 4 chips, 4GB 
total).. but i found a thread that said for my board under x64 to enable 
memory remap, which i did.. i can now run x64 without it being 100% cpu (x86 
was fine).. but yeah i have these weird errors..

I ran memtest via the bootCD at one point.. it seemed to freeze at a certain 
point with 1 contiguous error listed (had the slots listed).. i swaped the 
memory from bank to bank.. reran it.. it came out clean, but didnt list the 
slots since then for some reason.. so now i'm not sure whats going on.. i am 
tempted to contact corsair and just send all 4 sticks back and swap out if 
theyll do it..



Re: "this file does not have a program associated with it for perf

Postby Q2FybG9z » Sun, 30 Mar 2008 02:51:03 GMT

Hi,
Time for new memory sticks.
Have nice weekend.
Carlos






Re: "this file does not have a program associated with it for perf

Postby Theo » Sun, 30 Mar 2008 02:57:24 GMT

I would recommend asking APC Tech Support if powerchute 2.11 
is actually x64 compatible.  There is nothing on their web 
site to indicate it is and if you look at earlier versions 
for win XP, they never released a Win x64 version.  You may 
be inducing your problems by trying to install software not 
intended for the 64-bit environment.





Re: "this file does not have a program associated with it for perf

Postby Q2FybG9z » Sun, 30 Mar 2008 03:35:01 GMT

You are right, Theo. No mention to Windows XP x64 compatibility.
I can confirm that it does work in Vista x64, though.
Carlos






Re: "this file does not have a program associated with it for perf

Postby bWFya203NQ » Sun, 30 Mar 2008 03:54:00 GMT







Actually.. it was running fine on x64 till recently, again, maybe memory 
related... i run it fine on two work machines under x64 vista as well..



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