Winclone Says Errors Found. Anyone else gets this

Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by thevoice, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. thevoice macrumors member

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    #1
    I had a 320gb hd drive in my mbp that was running out of space. So I ordered a 750gb drive to replace it. My mbp is partition 25% Mac 75% Windows.

    I used Carbon Copy to clone the Mac side of the drive to the new drive.
    Then placed the new drive in the mbp. I then used sys utilities to partitions the new drive 25% Mac & 75% windows. The I downloaded Winclone to the Mac side and attempted to make a image of the old bootcamp partition. I selected to save it to an external drive that is formated for Mac.

    About 80% in the Winclone stopped and said Errors Found see logs.

    Tech support can't figure out why it's not making the image. Then they suggested I turn off the screen saver. So that's where I am not.

    Any suggestions while it tries again?
     
  2. balamw Moderator

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    #2
    Can you please post the logs.

    B
     
  3. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    11/22/10 5:15:59 AM Disk Utility[281] **********

    11/22/10 5:15:59 AM Disk Utility[281] Disk Utility started.


    11/22/10 5:17:08 AM Disk Utility[281] Preparing to partition disk: “Other World Computing”

    11/22/10 5:17:08 AM Disk Utility[281] Partition Scheme: GUID Partition Table

    11/22/10 5:17:08 AM Disk Utility[281] 1 volume will be created

    11/22/10 5:17:08 AM Disk Utility[281]

    11/22/10 5:17:08 AM Disk Utility[281] Partition 1

    11/22/10 5:17:08 AM Disk Utility[281] Name : “750 GB OWC”

    11/22/10 5:17:08 AM Disk Utility[281] Size : 698.6 GB

    11/22/10 5:17:08 AM Disk Utility[281] Filesystem : Mac OS Extended (Journaled)

    11/22/10 5:17:08 AM Disk Utility[281]

    11/22/10 5:17:08 AM Disk Utility[281] Creating partition map.

    11/22/10 5:17:13 AM Disk Utility[281] Formatting disk1s2 as Mac OS Extended (Journaled) with name 750 GB OWC.

    11/22/10 5:17:19 AM Disk Utility[281] Partition complete.

    11/22/10 5:17:19 AM Disk Utility[281]

    11/22/10 5:17:19 AM SystemUIServer[111] Could not find image named 'TMDisk'.
    11/22/10 5:19:13 AM [0x0-0x28028].com.apple.Safari[322] Debugger() was called!
    11/22/10 6:39:06 AM com.apple.launchctl.System[2] launchctl: Please convert the following to launchd: /etc/mach_init.d/dashboardadvisoryd.plist
    11/22/10 6:39:06 AM com.apple.launchd[1] (org.cups.cupsd) Unknown key: SHAuthorizationRight
    11/22/10 6:39:06 AM com.apple.launchd[1] (org.x.privileged_startx) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 6:40:02 AM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.apple.UserEventAgent-LoginWindow[130]) Exited: Terminated
    11/22/10 6:40:03 AM com.apple.launchd[119] (com.apple.AirPortBaseStationAgent) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 6:40:03 AM com.apple.launchd[119] (org.x.startx) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 6:40:05 AM Dock[151] _DESCRegisterDockExtraClient failed 268435459
    11/22/10 6:41:56 AM [0x0-0x11011].com.apple.Safari[251] Debugger() was called!
    11/22/10 6:43:27 AM com.apple.firmwaresyncd[30] kextload: /System/Library/Extensions/msdosfs.kext loaded successfully
    11/22/10 6:51:27 AM Winclone[283] "0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 6:51:27 AM Winclone[283] "71.1 Gi (76308008960 B) (149039080 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 6:51:27 AM Winclone[283] "label: Macintosh HD (/dev/disk0s2) node: disk0s2 bus:SATA"
    11/22/10 6:51:28 AM Winclone[283] "5.0 Gi (5417824256 B) (10581688 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 6:51:28 AM Winclone[283] "label: BOOTCAMP (/dev/disk0s3) node: disk0s3 bus:SATA"
    11/22/10 6:51:28 AM Winclone[283] "0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 6:51:28 AM Winclone[283] "672.1 Gi (721697959936 B) (1409566328 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 6:51:28 AM Winclone[283] "label: 750 GB OWC (/dev/disk1s2) node: disk1s2 bus:FireWire"
    11/22/10 6:51:29 AM Winclone[283] "0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 6:51:29 AM Winclone[283] "label: UNTITLED (/dev/disk2s1) node: disk2s1 bus:Disk Image"
    11/22/10 6:51:29 AM Winclone[283] "3.2 Mi (3309568 B) (6464 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 6:51:29 AM Winclone[283] "label: Winclone (/dev/disk2s2) node: disk2s2 bus:Disk Image"
    11/22/10 7:08:21 AM com.apple.launchd[119] ([0x0-0xf00f].com.realnetworks.realplayerdownloaderagent[164]) Stray process with PGID equal to this dead job: PID 168 PPID 1 RPDLAgentHelperD
    11/22/10 7:08:22 AM com.apple.loginwindow[25] Shutdown NOW!
    11/22/10 7:08:22 AM com.apple.loginwindow[25] System shutdown time has arrived
    11/22/10 7:08:24 AM com.apple.java.updateSharingD[747] bootstrap_look_up():
    11/22/10 7:08:24 AM com.apple.java.updateSharingD[747] updateSharing(): (ipc/send) invalid destination port
    11/22/10 8:20:25 AM com.apple.launchctl.System[2] launchctl: Please convert the following to launchd: /etc/mach_init.d/dashboardadvisoryd.plist
    11/22/10 8:20:25 AM com.apple.launchd[1] (org.cups.cupsd) Unknown key: SHAuthorizationRight
    11/22/10 8:20:25 AM com.apple.launchd[1] (org.x.privileged_startx) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 8:20:48 AM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.apple.UserEventAgent-LoginWindow[116]) Exited: Terminated
    11/22/10 8:20:48 AM com.apple.launchd[106] (com.apple.AirPortBaseStationAgent) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 8:20:48 AM com.apple.launchd[106] (org.x.startx) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 8:20:49 AM Dock[149] _DESCRegisterDockExtraClient failed 268435459
    11/22/10 8:20:51 AM SystemUIServer[153] Could not find image named 'TMDisk'.
    11/22/10 8:22:48 AM com.apple.launchd[106] ([0x0-0x10010].com.realnetworks.realplayerdownloaderagent[176]) Stray process with PGID equal to this dead job: PID 180 PPID 1 RPDLAgentHelperD
    11/22/10 8:22:49 AM com.apple.loginwindow[55] Shutdown NOW!
    11/22/10 8:22:49 AM com.apple.loginwindow[55] System shutdown time has arrived
    11/22/10 8:23:56 AM com.apple.launchctl.System[2] launchctl: Please convert the following to launchd: /etc/mach_init.d/dashboardadvisoryd.plist
    11/22/10 8:23:56 AM com.apple.launchd[1] (org.cups.cupsd) Unknown key: SHAuthorizationRight
    11/22/10 8:23:56 AM com.apple.launchd[1] (org.x.privileged_startx) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 8:24:18 AM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.apple.UserEventAgent-LoginWindow[86]) Exited: Terminated
    11/22/10 8:24:18 AM com.apple.launchd[67] (com.apple.AirPortBaseStationAgent) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 8:24:18 AM com.apple.launchd[67] (org.x.startx) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 8:25:57 AM [0x0-0x13013].com.apple.Safari[149] Debugger() was called!
    11/22/10 8:44:21 AM Winclone[260] "0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:44:21 AM Winclone[260] "47.7 Gi (51195527168 B) (99991264 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:44:21 AM Winclone[260] "label: 750 GB OWC (/dev/disk0s2) node: disk0s2 bus:SATA"
    11/22/10 8:44:22 AM Winclone[260] "624.3 Gi (670322622464 B) (1309223872 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:44:22 AM Winclone[260] "label: BOOTCAMP (/dev/disk0s3) node: disk0s3 bus:SATA"
    11/22/10 8:44:22 AM Winclone[260] "0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:44:22 AM Winclone[260] "71.1 Gi (76308045824 B) (149039152 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:44:22 AM Winclone[260] "label: Macintosh HD (/dev/disk1s2) node: disk1s2 bus:FireWire"
    11/22/10 8:44:22 AM Winclone[260] "5.0 Gi (5417824256 B) (10581688 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:44:22 AM Winclone[260] "label: BOOTCAMP (/dev/disk1s3) node: disk1s3 bus:FireWire"
    11/22/10 8:57:07 AM SystemUIServer[109] Could not find image named 'TMDisk'.
    11/22/10 8:58:29 AM Winclone[467] "0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:58:29 AM Winclone[467] "47.7 Gi (51195478016 B) (99991168 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:58:29 AM Winclone[467] "label: 750 GB OWC (/dev/disk0s2) node: disk0s2 bus:SATA"
    11/22/10 8:58:29 AM Winclone[467] "624.3 Gi (670322622464 B) (1309223872 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:58:29 AM Winclone[467] "label: BOOTCAMP (/dev/disk0s3) node: disk0s3 bus:SATA"
    11/22/10 8:58:29 AM Winclone[467] "0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:58:30 AM Winclone[467] "71.1 Gi (76308045824 B) (149039152 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:58:30 AM Winclone[467] "label: Macintosh HD (/dev/disk1s2) node: disk1s2 bus:FireWire"
    11/22/10 8:58:30 AM Winclone[467] "5.0 Gi (5417824256 B) (10581688 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:58:30 AM Winclone[467] "label: BOOTCAMP (/dev/disk1s3) node: disk1s3 bus:FireWire"
    11/22/10 8:58:30 AM Winclone[467] "251.0 Gi (269529767936 B) (526425328 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 8:58:30 AM Winclone[467] "label: FreeAgent Drive (/dev/disk2s1) node: disk2s1 bus:USB"
    11/22/10 9:06:40 AM com.apple.FolderActions.enabled[566] launchctl: Couldn't stat("/Users/maurice/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.FolderActions.folders.plist"): No such file or directory
    11/22/10 9:06:40 AM com.apple.FolderActions.enabled[566] nothing found to unload
    11/22/10 9:29:12 AM [0x0-0x22022].com.apple.systemevents[760] com.apple.FolderActions.enabled: Already loaded
    11/22/10 9:38:23 AM [0x0-0x24024].com.apple.systemevents[796] com.apple.FolderActions.enabled: Already loaded
    11/22/10 9:50:20 AM Disk Utility[809] **********

    11/22/10 9:50:20 AM Disk Utility[809] Disk Utility started.


    11/22/10 9:52:31 AM Disk Utility[809] Preparing to partition disk: “Seagate FreeAgent Go Media”

    11/22/10 9:52:31 AM Disk Utility[809] Partition Scheme: GUID Partition Table

    11/22/10 9:52:31 AM Disk Utility[809] 1 volume will be created

    11/22/10 9:52:31 AM Disk Utility[809]

    11/22/10 9:52:31 AM Disk Utility[809] Partition 1

    11/22/10 9:52:31 AM Disk Utility[809] Name : “MacFreeAgent”

    11/22/10 9:52:31 AM Disk Utility[809] Size : 465.8 GB

    11/22/10 9:52:31 AM Disk Utility[809] Filesystem : Mac OS Extended (Journaled)

    11/22/10 9:52:31 AM Disk Utility[809]

    11/22/10 9:52:31 AM Disk Utility[809] Creating partition map.

    11/22/10 9:52:33 AM Disk Utility[809] Formatting disk2s2 as Mac OS Extended (Journaled) with name MacFreeAgent.

    11/22/10 9:52:43 AM Disk Utility[809] Partition complete.

    11/22/10 9:52:43 AM Disk Utility[809]

    11/22/10 9:54:23 AM [0x0-0x2d02d].com.apple.systemevents[837] com.apple.FolderActions.enabled: Already loaded
    11/22/10 9:54:27 AM Winclone[828] "0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 9:54:27 AM Winclone[828] "47.7 Gi (51188715520 B) (99977960 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 9:54:27 AM Winclone[828] "label: 750 GB OWC (/dev/disk0s2) node: disk0s2 bus:SATA"
    11/22/10 9:54:27 AM Winclone[828] "624.3 Gi (670322622464 B) (1309223872 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 9:54:27 AM Winclone[828] "label: BOOTCAMP (/dev/disk0s3) node: disk0s3 bus:SATA"
    11/22/10 9:54:27 AM Winclone[828] "0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 9:54:28 AM Winclone[828] "71.1 Gi (76308049920 B) (149039160 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 9:54:28 AM Winclone[828] "label: Macintosh HD (/dev/disk1s2) node: disk1s2 bus:FireWire"
    11/22/10 9:54:28 AM Winclone[828] "5.0 Gi (5417824256 B) (10581688 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 9:54:28 AM Winclone[828] "label: BOOTCAMP (/dev/disk1s3) node: disk1s3 bus:FireWire"
    11/22/10 9:54:28 AM Winclone[828] "0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 9:54:29 AM Winclone[828] "465.3 Gi (499602382848 B) (975785904 512-byte blocks)"
    11/22/10 9:54:29 AM Winclone[828] "label: MacFreeAgent (/dev/disk2s2) node: disk2s2 bus:USB"
    11/22/10 11:50:07 AM [0x0-0x40040].com.apple.systemevents[4357] com.apple.FolderActions.enabled: Already loaded
    11/22/10 12:05:01 PM Disk Utility[4813] **********

    11/22/10 12:05:01 PM Disk Utility[4813] Disk Utility started.


    11/22/10 12:10:55 PM [0x0-0x4c04c].com.apple.systemevents[4897] com.apple.FolderActions.enabled: Already loaded
    11/22/10 12:14:44 PM com.apple.FolderActions.enabled[4951] launchctl: Error unloading: com.apple.FolderActions.folders
    11/22/10 12:14:44 PM com.apple.launchd[67] ([0x0-0xf00f].com.realnetworks.realplayerdownloaderagent[131]) Stray process with PGID equal to this dead job: PID 137 PPID 1 RPDLAgentHelperD
    11/22/10 12:14:45 PM com.apple.loginwindow[22] Shutdown NOW!
    11/22/10 12:14:45 PM com.apple.loginwindow[22] System shutdown time has arrived
    11/22/10 3:27:51 PM com.apple.launchctl.System[2] launchctl: Please convert the following to launchd: /etc/mach_init.d/dashboardadvisoryd.plist
    11/22/10 3:27:51 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (org.cups.cupsd) Unknown key: SHAuthorizationRight
    11/22/10 3:27:51 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (org.x.privileged_startx) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 3:27:51 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (org.cups.cupsd) Path monitoring failed on "/private/var/spool/cups/cache": No such file or directory
    11/22/10 3:28:30 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.apple.UserEventAgent-LoginWindow[132]) Exited: Terminated
    11/22/10 3:28:30 PM com.apple.launchd[157] (com.apple.AirPortBaseStationAgent) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 3:28:30 PM com.apple.launchd[157] (org.x.startx) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    11/22/10 3:30:22 PM [0x0-0x16016].com.apple.Safari[299] Debugger() was called!
     
  4. balamw Moderator

    balamw

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    #4
    That's the Console Log. The Winclone Log is what I was looking for. ;)

    As a file it is at ~/Library/Logs/Winclone.log

    Surround it in CODE tags or attach it.

    B
     
  5. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    #5
    Ok I'm noticing that it's always stopping at around the PERCENT 67 numbers each time I try it. Here's the entire winclone log file. It just stopped again about 3 mins ago. God knows I hope you can help me.


    Code:
    Mon Nov 22 22:02:50 EST 2010: Winclone Launched
    Mon Nov 22 22:02:50 EST 2010: Version 2.2
    Mon Nov 22 22:02:50 EST 2010: ProductName:	Mac OS X
    Mon Nov 22 22:02:50 EST 2010: ProductVersion:	10.5.8
    Mon Nov 22 22:02:50 EST 2010: BuildVersion:	9L31a
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: list of disks
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: ---------
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: disk0s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: disk0s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: disk0s3
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: disk1s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: disk1s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: disk2s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: disk2s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: disk2s3
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: ---------
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: ---------
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: Disk Utility Output
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: ---------
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: /dev/disk0
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *698.6 Gi   disk0
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    1:                        EFI                         200.0 Mi   disk0s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    2:                  Apple_HFS 750 GB OWC              73.9 Gi    disk0s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    3:       Microsoft Basic Data BOOTCAMP                624.3 Gi   disk0s3
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: /dev/disk1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *465.8 Gi   disk1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    1:                        EFI                         200.0 Mi   disk1s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    2:                  Apple_HFS MacFreeAgent            465.4 Gi   disk1s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010: /dev/disk2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *298.1 Gi   disk2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    1:                        EFI                         200.0 Mi   disk2s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    2:                  Apple_HFS Macintosh HD            96.9 Gi    disk2s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:00 EST 2010:    3:       Microsoft Basic Data BOOTCAMP                200.9 Gi   disk2s3
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device Identifier:        disk0s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device Node:              /dev/disk0s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Part Of Whole:            disk0
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device / Media Name:      EFI System Partition
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Volume Name:              
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Mount Point:              
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Partition Type:           EFI
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Bootable:                 Not bootable
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Media Type:               Generic
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Protocol:                 SATA
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    SMART Status:             Verified
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Total Size:               200.0 Mi (209715200 B) (409600 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Free Space:               0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Read Only:                No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Ejectable:                No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Whole:                    No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Internal:                 Yes
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device Identifier:        disk0s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device Node:              /dev/disk0s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Part Of Whole:            disk0
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device / Media Name:      Untitled
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Volume Name:              750 GB OWC
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Mount Point:              /
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    File System:              Journaled HFS+
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:                              Journal size 57344 KB at offset 0x15d5000
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Owners:                   Enabled
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Partition Type:           Apple_HFS
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Bootable:                 Is bootable
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Media Type:               Generic
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Protocol:                 SATA
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    SMART Status:             Verified
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Volume UUID:              B1B996CE-5EFC-3033-831C-E42CE6F795C6
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Total Size:               73.9 Gi (79322677248 B) (154927104 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Free Space:               47.6 Gi (51092987904 B) (99790992 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Read Only:                No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Ejectable:                No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Whole:                    No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Internal:                 Yes
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device Identifier:        disk0s3
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device Node:              /dev/disk0s3
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Part Of Whole:            disk0
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device / Media Name:      Untitled
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Volume Name:              BOOTCAMP
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Mount Point:              /Volumes/BOOTCAMP
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    File System:              MS-DOS FAT32
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Partition Type:           Microsoft Basic Data
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Bootable:                 Is bootable
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Media Type:               Generic
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Protocol:                 SATA
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    SMART Status:             Verified
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Total Size:               624.3 Gi (670324129792 B) (1309226816 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Free Space:               624.3 Gi (670322622464 B) (1309223872 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Read Only:                No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Ejectable:                No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Whole:                    No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Internal:                 Yes
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device Identifier:        disk1s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device Node:              /dev/disk1s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Part Of Whole:            disk1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Device / Media Name:      EFI System Partition
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Volume Name:              
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Mount Point:              
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Partition Type:           EFI
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Bootable:                 Not bootable
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Media Type:               Generic
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Protocol:                 USB
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    SMART Status:             Not Supported
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Total Size:               200.0 Mi (209715200 B) (409600 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Free Space:               0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Read Only:                No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Ejectable:                Yes
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Whole:                    No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010:    Internal:                 No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:01 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device Identifier:        disk1s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device Node:              /dev/disk1s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Part Of Whole:            disk1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device / Media Name:      Untitled
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Volume Name:              MacFreeAgent
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Mount Point:              /Volumes/MacFreeAgent
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    File System:              Journaled HFS+
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:                              Journal size 40960 KB at offset 0xe8e000
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Owners:                   Disabled
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Partition Type:           Apple_HFS
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Bootable:                 Is bootable
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Media Type:               Generic
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Protocol:                 USB
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    SMART Status:             Not Supported
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Volume UUID:              98F18BD5-E4DB-3738-AB8B-02F70EEB7B65
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Total Size:               465.4 Gi (499763888128 B) (976101344 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Free Space:               465.3 Gi (499601600512 B) (975784376 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Read Only:                No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Ejectable:                Yes
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Whole:                    No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Internal:                 No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device Identifier:        disk2s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device Node:              /dev/disk2s1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Part Of Whole:            disk2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device / Media Name:      EFI system partition
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Volume Name:              
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Mount Point:              
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Partition Type:           EFI
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Bootable:                 Not bootable
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Media Type:               Generic
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Protocol:                 FireWire
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    SMART Status:             Not Supported
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Total Size:               200.0 Mi (209715200 B) (409600 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Free Space:               0.0 B (0 B) (0 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Read Only:                No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Ejectable:                Yes
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Whole:                    No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Internal:                 No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device Identifier:        disk2s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device Node:              /dev/disk2s2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Part Of Whole:            disk2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device / Media Name:      Customer
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Volume Name:              Macintosh HD
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Mount Point:              /Volumes/Macintosh HD
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    File System:              Journaled HFS+
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:                              Journal size 24576 KB at offset 0x951000
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Owners:                   Enabled
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Partition Type:           Apple_HFS
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Bootable:                 Is bootable
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Media Type:               Generic
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Protocol:                 FireWire
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    SMART Status:             Not Supported
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Volume UUID:              297F51C3-FD6F-3C01-A738-A9E7B9E9445A
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Total Size:               96.9 Gi (104018739200 B) (203161600 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Free Space:               71.0 Gi (76207374336 B) (148842528 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Read Only:                No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Ejectable:                Yes
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Whole:                    No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Internal:                 No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device Identifier:        disk2s3
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device Node:              /dev/disk2s3
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Part Of Whole:            disk2
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Device / Media Name:      Untitled
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Volume Name:              BOOTCAMP
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Mount Point:              /Volumes/BOOTCAMP 1
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    File System:              NTFS
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Partition Type:           Microsoft Basic Data
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Bootable:                 Is bootable
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Media Type:               Generic
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Protocol:                 FireWire
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    SMART Status:             Not Supported
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Volume UUID:              AA7FE38E-AC08-43B2-9334-4127BC3C0796
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Total Size:               200.9 Gi (215708856320 B) (421306360 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Free Space:               7.0 Gi (7563210752 B) (14771896 512-byte blocks)
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Read Only:                Yes
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Ejectable:                Yes
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Whole:                    No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010:    Internal:                 No
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: 
    Mon Nov 22 22:03:02 EST 2010: =================
    Mon Nov 22 22:04:00 EST 2010
    =====backing up boot sector=====
    
    /bin/dd if="/dev/disk2" of="/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/boot.mbr" bs=446 count=1
    1+0 records in
    1+0 records out
    446 bytes transferred in 0.000279 secs (1598854 bytes/sec)
    return value of /bin/dd if="/dev/disk2" of="/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/boot.mbr" bs=446 count=1 is 0
    
    =======creating empty file to overwrite pagefile.sys with=========
    
    /usr/bin/touch /tmp/winclone_empty_file
    return value of /usr/bin/touch /tmp/winclone_empty_file is 0
    
    Unmounting /dev/disk2s3
    /usr/sbin/diskutil unmount "/dev/disk2s3"return value of unmount is 0
    
    =======copying empty file over pagefile.sys=========
    
    "/Library/NTFSProgs/ntfscp" "/dev/disk2s3" /tmp/winclone_empty_file pagefile.sys
    return value of "/Library/NTFSProgs/ntfscp" "/dev/disk2s3" /tmp/winclone_empty_file pagefile.sys is 0
    
    current size is 215708860416
    partition id is 0x07
    =====Saving NTFS filesystem size==========
    
    /bin/echo "215708856320" > "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/size"
    return value of /bin/echo "215708856320" > "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/size" is 0
    
    =====Saving partition id=====
    
    /bin/echo "0x07" > "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/partitionid"
    return value of /bin/echo "0x07" > "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/partitionid" is 0
    
    partition format is NTFS
    Unmounting /dev/disk2s3
    /usr/sbin/diskutil unmount "/dev/disk2s3"return value of unmount is 0
    
    diskimagetype is compressed
    ====Cloning NTFS filesystem to compressed dmg=======
    
    hdiutil create -puppetstrings -srcdevice "/dev/disk2s3" "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/Windows" 1>&2
    PERCENT:0.000000
    MESSAGE:Preparing imaging engine…
    MESSAGE:Reading whole disk (Windows_NTFS : 0)…
    PERCENT:0.000729
    PERCENT:1.005269
    PERCENT:2.010818
    PERCENT:3.020637
    PERCENT:4.021689
    PERCENT:5.024666
    PERCENT:6.033358
    PERCENT:7.034005
    PERCENT:8.039032
    PERCENT:9.046234
    PERCENT:10.048474
    PERCENT:11.054618
    PERCENT:12.054898
    PERCENT:13.058768
    PERCENT:14.074356
    PERCENT:15.078245
    PERCENT:16.081450
    PERCENT:17.088055
    PERCENT:18.088949
    PERCENT:19.090042
    PERCENT:20.095070
    PERCENT:21.097422
    PERCENT:22.103363
    PERCENT:23.110579
    PERCENT:24.118338
    PERCENT:25.129370
    PERCENT:26.133389
    PERCENT:27.135023
    PERCENT:28.136370
    PERCENT:29.137022
    PERCENT:30.137838
    PERCENT:31.139318
    PERCENT:32.147755
    PERCENT:33.156799
    PERCENT:34.162239
    PERCENT:35.172989
    PERCENT:36.173065
    PERCENT:37.173298
    PERCENT:38.181202
    PERCENT:39.184841
    PERCENT:40.191307
    PERCENT:41.193920
    PERCENT:42.195518
    PERCENT:43.195530
    PERCENT:44.203590
    PERCENT:45.205349
    PERCENT:46.205639
    PERCENT:47.206917
    PERCENT:48.207699
    PERCENT:49.212559
    PERCENT:50.221001
    PERCENT:51.223057
    PERCENT:52.226994
    PERCENT:53.232162
    PERCENT:54.235638
    PERCENT:55.238518
    PERCENT:56.240726
    PERCENT:57.245335
    PERCENT:58.246578
    PERCENT:59.252525
    PERCENT:60.254761
    PERCENT:61.257866
    PERCENT:62.265648
    PERCENT:63.266491
    PERCENT:64.292923
    PERCENT:65.297890
    PERCENT:66.305519
    PERCENT:67.309372
    hdiutil: create failed - Input/output error
    return value of hdiutil create -puppetstrings -srcdevice "/dev/disk2s3" "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/Windows" 1>&2 is 256
    
    hdiutil create -puppetstrings -srcdevice "/dev/disk2s3" "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/Windows" 1>&2 did not complete successfully
    cleaning up: Mounting Disk
    Volume BOOTCAMP on /dev/disk2s3 mounted
    Mon Nov 22 23:52:44 EST 2010
    
     
  6. balamw Moderator

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    #6
    Try disabling compression in the Preferences. It's having trouble creating the image, could be that or it could be a bad sector on your source disk.

    For reference. Which version of Windows is this? Disabling compression was recommended for W7, but I notice you are on OS X 10.5...

    B
     
  7. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    #7
    I'm using windows XP on the Bootcamp and OS X 10.5 on the new 750 gb drive that's in the mbp now.

    How do i Disable compression? and on what drive?
     
  8. balamw Moderator

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    #8
    Winclone menu -> Preferences. "Compressed" is a checkbox. It's for the DMG that will be created inside the ".winclone" bundle.

    B
     
  9. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    #9
    Ok I've unchecked it. I'm going to try it now. See you two hours.
     
  10. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    #10
    Ok before it only took 2 hrs. With the compression off it took 5 hours and still found errors. However at least this time it gave a better explanation at the very end. Looks like I have a bad sector on the drive. Now my next question is can a sector be repaired, or removed? If yes how?

    Here's the winclone log. (I notice it did 100% of something but stopped at 68% of the cloning.)

    Code:
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:27 EST 2010: Winclone Launched
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:27 EST 2010: Version 2.2
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:27 EST 2010: ProductName:	Mac OS X
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:27 EST 2010: ProductVersion:	10.5.8
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:27 EST 2010: BuildVersion:	9L31a
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:36 EST 2010: list of disks
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:36 EST 2010: ---------
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:36 EST 2010: disk0s1
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:36 EST 2010: disk0s2
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:36 EST 2010: disk0s3
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:36 EST 2010: disk1s1
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:36 EST 2010: disk1s2
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:36 EST 2010: disk2s1
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:36 EST 2010: disk2s2
    Tue Nov 23 00:23:36 EST 2010: disk2s3
    
    (REMOVE SECTION TO MAKE POST SMALLER)
    
    =====backing up boot sector=====
    
    /bin/dd if="/dev/disk2" of="/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/boot.mbr" bs=446 count=1
    1+0 records in
    1+0 records out
    446 bytes transferred in 0.000300 secs (1485830 bytes/sec)
    return value of /bin/dd if="/dev/disk2" of="/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/boot.mbr" bs=446 count=1 is 0
    
    =======creating empty file to overwrite pagefile.sys with=========
    
    /usr/bin/touch /tmp/winclone_empty_file
    return value of /usr/bin/touch /tmp/winclone_empty_file is 0
    
    Unmounting /dev/disk2s3
    /usr/sbin/diskutil unmount "/dev/disk2s3"return value of unmount is 0
    
    =======copying empty file over pagefile.sys=========
    
    "/Library/NTFSProgs/ntfscp" "/dev/disk2s3" /tmp/winclone_empty_file pagefile.sys
    return value of "/Library/NTFSProgs/ntfscp" "/dev/disk2s3" /tmp/winclone_empty_file pagefile.sys is 0
    
    current size is 215708860416
    partition id is 0x07
    =====Saving NTFS filesystem size==========
    
    /bin/echo "215708856320" > "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/size"
    return value of /bin/echo "215708856320" > "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/size" is 0
    
    =====Saving partition id=====
    
    /bin/echo "0x07" > "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/partitionid"
    return value of /bin/echo "0x07" > "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/partitionid" is 0
    
    partition format is NTFS
    Unmounting /dev/disk2s3
    /usr/sbin/diskutil unmount "/dev/disk2s3"return value of unmount is 0
    
    diskimagetype is sparse
    =====creating disk image of size 263316480 ==========
    
    hdiutil create -type SPARSEBUNDLE -layout NONE -size 263316480k "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/Windows"
    return value of hdiutil create -type SPARSEBUNDLE -layout NONE -size 263316480k "/Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/Windows" is 0
    
    created: /Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/Windows.sparsebundle
    image path is /Volumes/MacFreeAgent/320gbHD112210.winclone/WindowsImage device is /dev/disk3
    =====imaging to sparse image=============
    
    "/Library/NTFSProgs/ntfsclone" -f -f -O /dev/disk3 "/dev/disk2s3" 1>&2
    ntfsclone v2.0.0 (libntfs 10:0:0)
    NTFS volume version: 3.1
    Cluster size       : 4096 bytes
    Current volume size: 215708856320 bytes (215709 MB)
    Current device size: 215708860416 bytes (215709 MB)
    Scanning volume ...
      0.00 percent completed
    
      (I REMOVED 1-99% TO MAKE  FILE SMALLER)
    
    100.00 percent completed
    
    Accounting clusters ...
    Space in use       : 208146 MB (96.5%)   
    Cloning NTFS ...
      0.00 percent completed
     
    (I REMOVED 1-68% TO MAKE  FILE SMALLER)
    
    68.23 percent completed
    *************************************************************************
    * WARNING: The disk has bad sector. This means physical damage on the   *
    * disk surface caused by deterioration, manufacturing faults or other   *
    * reason. The reliability of the disk may stay stable or degrade fast.  *
    * Use the --rescue option to efficiently save as much data as possible! *
    *************************************************************************
    ERROR: Disk is faulty, can't make full backup!return value of "/Library/NTFSProgs/ntfsclone" -f -f -O /dev/disk3 "/dev/disk2s3" 1>&2 is 256
    
    "/Library/NTFSProgs/ntfsclone" -f -f -O /dev/disk3 "/dev/disk2s3" 1>&2 did not complete successfully
    cleaning up: Mounting Disk
    Volume BOOTCAMP on /dev/disk2s3 mounted
    Tue Nov 23 05:09:19 EST 2010 
    
     
  11. balamw Moderator

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  12. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    #12
    Ok now my old drive won't boot up to the windows side for me to run the CHKDSK /F

    It's saying it's not a bootable disk.

    Is this because it's in an external enclosure and the new 750 is in the Mac?

    Do this mean I have to reinstall the old drive back into the Mac in order to get it to bootup? I don't have a boot disk for XP. Is that a way to make a CD-R one from the Mac side?

    The data is still on my old drive cause i see it in Finder.
     
  13. balamw Moderator

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    #13
    I'm afraid so. Windows doesn't like booting from USB, and Macs make that doubly difficult as they are finicky about booting "legacy" (MBR) OSes from USB at all.

    This is generally why we don't swap the drives until we have a good image of the working internal drive when upgrading to a larger drive. (Out of paranoia when I have done this, I make both a Winclone backup and also a bit-wise "dd" image).

    You might however also be able to run CHKDSK /F from within a VM. Download an ISO of W7 (legally), install it in Fusion/Parallels/VirtualBox without entering a product key (30 day "trial" mode). Mount the old/external partition. CHKDSK /F it in the VM. Proceed.

    B
     
  14. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    Ok ran the chkdsk and it fixed the errors I assume.

    Now how do I make the image BEFORE removing the old drive from the Mac?

    The other MAc tech told me to do it afterwards.

    What steps do you suggest I follow to get this image made?
     
  15. balamw Moderator

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  16. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    Well it seems like the chkdsk didn't fix the bad sector. After 6 more hours it failed again.

    68.39 percent completed
    *************************************************************************
    * WARNING: The disk has bad sector. This means physical damage on the *
    * disk surface caused by deterioration, manufacturing faults or other *
    * reason. The reliability of the disk may stay stable or degrade fast. *
    * Use the --rescue option to efficiently save as much data as possible! *
    *************************************************************************
    ERROR: Disk is faulty, can't make full backup!return value of "/Library/NTFSProgs/ntfsclone" -f -f -O /dev/disk2 "/dev/disk0s3" 1>&2 is 256

    "/Library/NTFSProgs/ntfsclone" -f -f -O /dev/disk2 "/dev/disk0s3" 1>&2 did not complete successfully
    cleaning up: Mounting Disk
    Volume BOOTCAMP on /dev/disk0s3 mounted
    Tue Nov 23 18:43:09 EST 2010
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    In the past when I used to do a chkdsk, after it ran it used to stay on a screen that told me the HD size, total files, total bad sectors et..... This time it went through Step 1-3 Step 2-3 then when I saw it go to step 3-3 I went outside to do the pool cover. When I returned the notebook had rebooted and was back at the Mac login screen. Is that the way it suppose to work or did something go wrong during the last step of the chkdsk that cause the mac to reboot?
     
  17. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    Ok I ran chkdsk /f again in safe mode and this time I watched the entire process. The report at the end of the chkdsk steps stayed on the screen only for a few seconds before it rebooted the notebook. However I was able to see it say there were 0 bad sectors.

    So now what? Winclone says the drive has a bad sector but the chkdsk /f says it don't.
     
  18. balamw, Nov 24, 2010
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    #18
    Check your external (the destination drive) with disk utility. The error message could also be referring to that.

    At this point, I'm afraid that I would drop to Terminal and whip out dd/ddrescue. Since both hdiutil and ntfsclone are reporting issues with the filesystem, you have to use a tool that ignores the file system and can be configured to ignore errors.

    This will only give you a backup copy you could restore to the exact same size on the destination drive, but will give you another indication of the presence or absence of bad sectors on the drive.

    B
     
  19. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    Ok I check the external & the internal with disk utilities verify & repair. All reports came back ok.

    So far I've been able to follow all of your instructions but the last set confused me a little. When you say "drop to Terminal and whip out dd/ddrescue" What's Terminal? and What's DD?
    I think I located ddrescue. Is this it? http://www.gnu.org/software/ddrescue/ddrescue.html

    Also how do I use it?

    After some research I read that ddrecue may also wipeout the data on the drive. Is this true? REMEMBER: I'm using my external backup drive of my MBP to store the image and have no current backup of my files. I had to format it to MAC OS in order for it to save the WinClone Image which never happen. I CAN'T LOSE THIS DATA so is this ddrecue a MAC or WINDOWS program?
     
  20. balamw, Nov 24, 2010
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    #20
    I'm looking for a primer. Haven't found a good one yet. As you notice dd/ddrescue can be dangerous if used improperly.

    dd is a unix program that ships with OS X, while ddrescue is an improved version from the FSF/GNU folks as you found. It can be installed on the Mac via darwinports or fink.

    Both can save their images to a regular file you can put on any drive you have handy, but you do need to be careful.

    EDIT: This http://www.debianadmin.com/recover-data-from-a-dead-hard-drive-using-dd.html about covers the basics off dd, which is the one I am most familiar with.

    Code:
    dd if=/dev/disk0s3 of=[B]/Volumes/External[/B]/Windows.dd.img conv=noerror,sync
    should give you a bitwise image of your Windows partition, skipping any errors and replacing them with zeroes. (Replace /Volumes/External with the path to your external disk). BE VERY CAREFUL ABOUT THE STRINGS AFTER if AND of, DON'T USE SPACES OR USE THE NAME OF AN EXISTING FILE FOR of OR IT WILL BE OVERWRITTEN.

    dd does not give you any visible sign that it is working. You can track its progress by sending it a signal from another process or just looking at the size of the output file.

    You might also look into doing a backup from Windows somehow while you can still boot to it. XP backup is lousy, but better than nothing if you cant lose the data.

    B
     
  21. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    #21
    First I hope your Thanksgiving was very fulfilling for you and your family. Second, I personally want to thank you for your time and assistant in helping me with this hard drive issue. You haven't seen any replies from me because it really got the best of me. I cant believe it took up 4 of my vacation days and still left me in the same situation where I started. (None of which was your fault.) So I had to step away from it for a few days.

    Now I'm back on the mission of upgrading this 320gb to the new 750gb that I paid for.

    We last left off at the suggestion of me using dd/ddrescue to make the image file. After researching I've downloaded the ddrescue onto the mac original 320gb dirve. Now honestly I know nothing about getting it installed properly or where or how to initiate the string command for it to work.

    So any assistant will be appreciated.
     
  22. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    #22
    Ok i see you must use Darwin Ports or MacPorts to install ddrescue. However when I went to a few links I was told MacPorts can only be installed on machines that have XCODE on it. When MacPorts attempted the install it was stopped because XCODE is not on my mac. So I tried to download XCODE only to get this notice:
    Requirements
    Must be registered as an Apple Developer. If you have already registered, log in with the Apple ID and password you used to register.

    To install Xcode, you must have an Intel processor-based Mac running Mac OS X Snow Leopard.


    SInce I'm not a Apple Developer what's next?
     
  23. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    I can't win. Ok I signed up as a Apple Developer and verified email address. Went to download Xcode and was still denied.
     
  24. balamw Moderator

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    #24
    LOL. I've been facing my own HDD battles over the break.

    I have an external HDD that is FAT32 that I was using for archiving some data, but it turns out that Windows 7 sees the file system as if the drive had never been used, only the OEM's utilities seem to be on it. Mac OS X sees all the archive files on it. :confused: The two FAT tables must be out of sync somehow. So I've spent my non-family time working on getting 1TB of data moved off somewhere else or making sure that I have other verified copies of the data, and then reformat the drive (probably as HFS+) and move it back. It's going so slowly.

    Have you considered giving the built in dd a go as I outlined above? I am definitely more familiar with that over ddrescue myself. Otherwise, PM me an e-mail address and I'll send you a precompiled ddrescue, it doesn't seem to depend on anything else so it should be a small file to send.

    B
     
  25. thevoice thread starter macrumors member

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    #25
    Wow that sucks. Man I wish I could help out.
    The only reason I didn't choose to use dd is because it won't skip the bad blocks or sectors and according to WinClone my 320 drive has a bad sector. But it may be worth a try since chkdsk says there's no bad sectors right?

    I also sent you my email address.
     

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