Warning failed while updating the boot sectors for disk1 partition1
If Windows loads automatically, you will first have to enter the BIOS setup and change the order of the boot devices to start with the CD drive. Once the setup loads, you will see the option to press R to repair a Windows installation. Once the Recovery Console loads up, you will have to type in a number that corresponds to your Windows installation. Press Enter and then type in the Administrator password. Note that you may also want to run the fixboot command to repair the boot sector with a new one.
Also, make sure you only use these commands on a system with one operating system installed.
If you have more than one operating system installed, fixmbr and fixboot could mess up everything. Choose the operating system to repair and click Next. This will rebuild the boot configuration data and hopefully fix your problem.
In Vista, the procedure to fix the master boot record is a bit different. First, load up the Windows Vista disc in your drive and press any key to boot from the disc. Choose the language, time, currency, etc and click Next. When the System Recovery Options dialog comes up, choose the Command Prompt. You can also run the command with switches to fix just the master boot record (/fixmbr), the boot sector (/fixboot), or rebuild the entire BCD (/rebuildbcd).
The fixparts application is also included on GParted Live.
Programming language: Assembler Software developer: Elmar Hanlhofer The current version is plpbt-5.0.15
The boot manager will be installed as primary boot manager to your hard disk. The boot manager will be in the first sectors of your hard disk before the first partition begins.
Note that a computer with an invalid partition table can often still boot up.
However, tools like GParted will not work until the partition table is corrected.
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For example, there should be at least 2 unallocated sectors between: The 2 unallocated sectors are required to store the Extended Boot Record (EBR).