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Windows Vista Home Premium SP2
Tried the resizing route, got the below error.
Tried the partition merge route, still a NOGO

During a resizing of a partition, the system
reboots to carry out the operation. During the
operation, the following message appears:
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Acronis Disk Director 11 Home Update 2

Version 11.0.2343

Error occurred:
Text: The command uses a missing object.
Code: 0000000000360198 441E730962703F63
Suberror:
Text: The command contains an incorrect ID.
Code: 0000000000360197 58A1AE92511B0306

Press to reboot
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Any ideas?

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#1

I am also having this exact same problem.

PLEASE HELP!!!

--Christian

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M Sardin wrote:
Windows Vista Home Premium SP2 Tried the resizing route, got the below error. Tried the partition merge route, still a NOGO During a resizing of a partition, the system reboots to carry out the operation. During the operation, the following message appears: ------------------------------------------------ Acronis Disk Director 11 Home Update 2 Version 11.0.2343 Error occurred: Text: The command uses a missing object. Code: 0000000000360198 441E730962703F63 Suberror: Text: The command contains an incorrect ID. Code: 0000000000360197 58A1AE92511B0306 Press to reboot ------------------------------------------------ Any ideas?

M Sardin wrote:
Windows Vista Home Premium SP2 Tried the resizing route, got the below error. Tried the partition merge route, still a NOGO During a resizing of a partition, the system reboots to carry out the operation. During the operation, the following message appears: ------------------------------------------------ Acronis Disk Director 11 Home Update 2 Version 11.0.2343 Error occurred: Text: The command uses a missing object. Code: 0000000000360198 441E730962703F63 Suberror: Text: The command contains an incorrect ID. Code: 0000000000360197 58A1AE92511B0306 Press to reboot ------------------------------------------------ Any ideas?

Well, I am not impressed. This is outstanding for 2 years? Makes me wonder why they produce a product which they will not support.

I have the identical error on my W10 machine, so I am stuck.

 

 

 

 

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Hello CC_Rider,

Thank you for your posting! Acronis Disk Director 11 Home Update 2 does not support Windows 10. The support of Windows 10 has been implemented in Acronis Disk Director 12. Before running any operations with the source drives, please make sure the drive is supported for this operation. It's also recommended to use Acronis Bootable Media to exclude any OS and application related issues. 

Thank you, 

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#4

This same error occurs with Disk Director 12 and Windows 10. Have a primary volume partioned. Attempting to reduce one unused partition to add to primary main partition. Recieved this error when attempting to add unused space. Created a new volume using the unused space but was not able to merge it into primary partition. Unable to solve my problem with Disk Director 12.

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#5

JW216, CC_Rider, the error messages "The command uses a missing object" and "The command contains an incorrect ID" can have multiple root causes. We have fixed part of them in Acronis Disk Director 12, those that we could reproduce in our labs. If you are having the issue with the latest build and have already checked disk for errors, I suggest you using Acronis Bootable Media as a workaround. Create the bootable media from Tools menu in Acronis Disk Director interface and boot your computer from the created CD/DVD or USB thumb drive.

If the default Linux-based media produces the same error, create WinPE-based media and reattept the resizing.

Finally, try applying changes one-by-one without accumulating a long queue of changes to partition structure.

If nothing helps, another Acronis product could help you - save a copy of your disk into a .tib file with Acronis True Image 2017 and then perform the restoration. Adjust partitions` size according to your needs in the recovery settings dialog. We have never seen messages "The command uses a missing object" and "The command contains an incorrect ID" in Acronis True Image 2017 and expect this workaround to work for you. A free Trial version of Acronis True Image 2017 would do the job, you do not need to purchase it.

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#6

Actually the answer is very simple. I had this exact same problem too, recently, and I found on a web page a talk about a similar issue where the guy helping said it was an issue caused by the two partitions being created with different tools.  The answer he gave was to go to 'Disk Management', (make sure you move any files you want to keep first) right click on the partition you want to merge to your main partition and click on 'delete volume'. After that it should be shown as 'unallocated space' with a black rectangle showing at the top of the box.  Now go to your main partition, the one you want to merge the unallocated space to. Right click on it and choose 'Extend Volume'. It will open a new window where you can do the merge. That did it for me. Very simple. No messing with reboots. I have windows '10 Home' by the way. Hope this helps anyone stuck with this issue as I was.