System indicates indexes status error: "index entry bac3pm.ini in index $130 of file 50" and "index error bac3pm.tmp in index $130 of file 50" and system running very slowly. Attempts to repair problem are prevented, I believe, because (SCSI disk 0) C: drive was set up with a small 39MB EISA sector/partition using FAT (I assume necessary for Compaq utilities?) and the rest 8.43MB of C: uses NTFS. Norton DiskDoctor and Chkdsk will not repair the problem, indicating "Chkdsk cannot run because the volume is in use by another process" Scheduling Chkdsk at startup returns same message. I think the FAT part of C: was set up for Compaq's utilities. Questions: 1.Is there a way to fix/delete the indexes without damage. 2.Should I run Convert to change FAT area to NTFS or would that not work because most of the disk is already NTFS? 3.If, worse case scenario, I have to format the disk and reload everything, do I need to have a FAT sector on C:? System: Compaq ProLiant800 Win 2K. Any advice?
November 5, 2004 2:51 PM
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