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PowerQuest Partition Editor alternatives??


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Hello MSFN members,

I am having a problem looking for download links for a windows xp compatible software:PowerQuest Partition Editor ; i would like to know where i may download this software

or  a newer alternative windows partition editor that work with windows nt systems???

Thanks in advance for any help & helpful replies!!

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A good alternative to PTEdit, is (was) BeeblebroxNT, here:

https://web.archive.org/web/20090331222406/https://students.cs.byu.edu/~codyb/

BTW the Author, Cody Batt was one among the original Authors of PTEDIT, and later he started a new version (that was never finished/never worked).

It works (used to work) just fine on XP, but lately there came out an issue on some machines with a "mysterious" conflict with some other software.

In these cases, it stiil can be run but it needs to be started as a service, via SrvAny or NSSM.

jaclaz

 

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57 minutes ago, RainyShadow said:

It's not clear which one @Rho Borg asked about...

No, what he asked about is perfectly clear, until you doubted about its meaning.

Mind you, you are possibly being perfectly right in your doubt, still there are no elements of uncertainty in the OP question.

jaclaz

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9 minutes ago, jaclaz said:

No, what he asked about is perfectly clear, until you doubted about its meaning.

Mind you, you are possibly being perfectly right in your doubt, still there are no elements of uncertainty in the OP question.

jaclaz

I have not heard of any "PowerQuest Partition Editor".

There is PowerQuest Partition Table Editor.

There is also PowerQuest Partition Magic.

Did the OP missed a word, or messed-up a word?

:buehehe:

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