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disk volume error problem

Q: disk volume error problem

im getting a message to solve pc problem how do i fix the disk volume errors on my windows 7 professional hp laptop? it tells me to reboot ,im guessing thats restore computer to a earlier time? idk.. can some one help me with this. thx

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A: disk volume error problem

the second problem im having is i'm having problems with my jd199d hanns g monitor. the main menu analog box keeps popping in and out very frustrating...can someone help me me fix this problem thx?

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I downloaded Office 2007 and then tried to download a game but received two errors. 1 that the disk could not be read and the 2 please insert volume office12 into drive d: Does anyone know any fixes to this? I run windows xp service pack 2

A:No disk and wrong volume error

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There is pretty much space on C drive, but it does not allow me to shrink. Any suggestion will be appreciated.

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i am trying to load LOTRO via disk 1 and disk 2 that I purchased. When it prompts me to put in disk 2, I always get this error: The wrong volume is in the drive. Please insert disk 1. But, it won't take disk 1 again, and I cannot finish the download. HELP! This is a new computer with Vista Home premium

A:wrong volume error when running game disk

Hello bv4cincar,
Try this, create a folder on your desktop and copy all the files from both cd's into this folder, launch the install from the new folder, right click on the installer and run as admin, when it ask's for cd 2, point it to the new folder. Good luck and post your results.

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Hey, I tried method two to format in fat32, but I get: virtual disk service error: the volume size is too big. I need 127GB of space for my PS3 that needs FAT32. I tried to partition in 32GB clips(4) but the PS3 only reads the first 32GB partition(PS3 has, for now, 100 GB of data saved) I am going nuts trying to back up. Using windows 7. Any help is appreciated.


A:Virtual disk service error: the volume size is too big

I've never heard of virtual disk service giving messages about a partition being too big. There are limits for FAT32 partitions (8 terabytes by the way) but in FAT32 format there are file size limits, e.g. Programs Files can't be over 4gb (not in your case). Have you tried any other different methods of formatting the drive as FAT32?

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(Sorry for the spell)

i am having a problem.In disk management i see the all volume correctly but in the DISK graph is not ok. Some of my volume are split in two parts.......

A:Hard disk volume problem

Hello neelam64,
I can't read the language in the screen print, but i think it says all your partitions are "Dynamic" type.
I'm no install/setup (or any) expert, but i believe DYNAMIC partitions is your problem and has created a mess.

You should get your partitions setup so they are NOT DYNAMIC, but you will LOSE ALL CURRENT DATA and need to re-install!

Here are some threads that may help:
Convert a Dynamic Disk to a Basic Disk
what is the difference between basic and dynamic type of hdd volume

hope this helps,

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tried chkdsk with /f says it cant due to write protection,
bootrec /fixboot and fixmbr, although rebuildBCD said i had no windows installs.
currently at the cmd for the auto repair stuff, if i reboot it takes 30 mins to go to the auto repair menu. soo ye help

EDIT: i also have no cd rom xd its broken

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Okkk. So I've searched pretty much everywhere and I can't figure out what to do if my laptop doesn't recognize my hard drive. I put the Vista disk in and the only thing I'm able to use is the command prompt because none of the others work since it doesn't recognize hard disk. When i try to do chkdsk/r it says
''the type of the file system is NTFS.
cannot lock current drive.
Windows cannot run disk checking on this volume because it is write protected.''
Is there any way to get past this?
Or some way to get my computer to recognize the drivers?
thanks in advance.

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I received a "unmountable boot volume" error on our laptop.
We have a Dell Vostro laptop with Windows XP

When I was trying to fix the boot error, I changed the BIOS Settings to load from CD first.
Then I loaded the Windows XP CD and attempted to run the Recovery, however, I received a message saying "Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed..."

What should I do next to try to fix this issue?
We hope the hard drive is not dead because we will have a lost quite a bit of information. I will appreciate any help you can provide. Thank you.

A:Did not find any hard disk drives while trying to fix unmountable boot volume error

The hard drive is the cause of the error. If you can't afford to lose the information, remove the hard drive and put it aside. Install a new drive and re-install the version of Windows you were using... Information on the bad drive might be recoverable by placing it into an external USB enclosure and accessing the files that way

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Hi, I've tried everything with this laptop to no avail, and though maybe someone here might know how to fix my problem.

Well, it started yesterday when I booted up and got the "Windows did not start successfully" message. No matter what option I picked (safe mode, start Windows normally etc.), it would go to the Windows logo and begin to load, and then quickly flash the BSOD and restart again, returning to the "Windows did not start successfully" message.

I then disabled automatic restart on system failure and this time the BSOD stayed on screen and told me that I had an "UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME" error. I looked around on the internet, and from what I read I decided to run Chkdsk from the Recovery Console.

This is where I am stuck. I have two "Recovery CD-ROMs" instead of the Windows XP CD, because the laptop came with Windows XP preloaded, and I figured that to get to the Recovery Console I should insert one and boot the laptop. I tried both, and nothing happened (it just loaded the "Windows did not start successfully" message again).

I then loaded the CD directly by hitting Esc on start up, but the only options that came up were 1. MS-DOSwith CD-ROM support, 2. Recover Windows XP to first partition only, 3. Recover Windows XP to entire HD, and 4. Recover Windows XP to entire HD with 2 partitions.

I've tried changing the order of Boot Device Priority using the BIOS setup utility, but this just brings up the men... Read more

A:[SOLVED] Unmountable boot volume error, cannot load Windows XP disk

Hello Clare

You will have to borrow a proper (full) XP installation CD from someone.
Configure your PC to boot from CD if it isn't already set up that way. You may need to enter the BIOS to configure the PC to boot from the CD.
Set the boot order to
floppy (if present)
Hard disk

Start your PC with the XP Setup CD in the drive. When you see the "Press any key to boot from CD..." prompt, do so and let the CD-based boot process begin.

When the Recovery Console option is offered (Press R to start the Recovery Console), do so. You may be asked which Windows installation to enter, in which case type the number of the Windows installation you wish to work on (usually 1).

When prompted, enter the Administrator's password for that Windows installation. If you did not set a password just press ENTER

At the command prompt, type
chkdsk /r



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This sounds straight forward, but I can not figure this out I am new to this. I have a Etower 500 MHz with 192 mb's of memory and 4 gig hard drive. I used partition magic 3.5 to partition the drive inorder to try and install DOS and win98 and maybe linux. I am following the instructions from this web site here>> http://www.xperts.co.za/multi-boot/ I am using the disks that I made from downloading from this site referring to REUEL Boot disk this disk took me through the entire process. It all went great until I rebooted and I keep getting Non-System disk or disk error I have no disk's in the drives. I even installed win98 and all it did was go straight to windows. With in windows I could see the drives I partitioned all of them except the one that windows was actually on. I have done this again and again trying to see if I did anything wrong. Anybody know what is wrong?
Also can anyone tell me how to get free dos I can not figure out what files to download. The one that I am trying to install now is suppose to be mini dos 6.22. I am really new to dos so I am doing a lot of guessing.

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DISKPART> list partition

  Partition ###  Type              Size     Offset
  -------------  ----------------  -------  -------
  Partition 1    System             260 MB  1024 KB
  Partition 2    Reserved           128 MB   261 MB
  Partition 3    Primary             21 GB   389 MB
  Partition 4    Recovery          7720 MB    21 GB

DISKPART> select partition 4

Partition 4 is now the selected partition.

DISKPART> delete partition override

Virtual Disk Service error:
Delete is not allowed on the current boot, system, pagefile,
crashdump or hibernation volume
please help me solve this p 

A:Virtual Disk Service error: Delete is not allowed on the current boot, system, pagefile, crashdump or hibernation volume

Delete files using Disk Cleanup
Uninstall desktop apps and Store apps you don't need anymore in Programs and Features and Windows store.
Move your media file such like photo, music or movie to removable storage device.
Follow the links suggested by britishdhez, contact with your manufacture if you need to delete the recovery partition on your tablet. And after that you might need to send your tablet to manufacture for recover when you have system problem.
D. WuPlease remember to mark the replies as answers if they help, and unmark the answers if they provide no help. If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact [email protected]

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I recently formated my desktop, I have everything saved on the (F) partition, and i formatted the primary partition (C) which leaves me with huge chunk of Unallocated space that is unable to use. Everytime i try to create a new partition, it says that space is not enough ( i even tried creating the min amount of space 8mb) when the space available is almost 500 Gigs.
I tried researching the web but no help... please help me im running out of disk space and i dont want to delete anything

A:Unallocated disk space error, Can not partition volume space

Please post back a screenshot of Disk Management - Post a Screen Capture Image - Windows 7 Help Forums

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I keep receiving a message stating there is a serious hard disk error problem and should fix before using any more. Relates to disk MK3265GSXN

How serious is such a message and what are my options given my Toshiba Note is now almost 7 years old? Is this message and disk issue common?

Thanks for help,


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I was having trouble with my computer on Friday, it would freeze a few minutes after start up. All programs would be "not responding". I would restart it and the same thing would happen.

I ran Rkill in case there was anything malicious running and nothing was found. I ran Malwarebytes as well and nothing was found. I used combo fix to restore my system to a previous date and the problem persisted.

The system would freeze even at the log in screen if I waited more the a few minutes to log on. Time is some sort of factor.

Start up repair "disk metadata test said the root cause was 'Volume on disk corrupt' Repair action chkdsk Error code OxO.

A few other tests that are available (or automatically performed themselves before start up) mentioned NTFS but I did not get a chance to write it down.

NOW when I turd on the computer that scrolling windows progress bar goes by a few times before I get a completely black screen on which I can still move my cursor.

Please Help.

A:System volume on disk is corrupt? (disk metadata test)

Either windows Vista needs re-installing, a Factory Recovery is required, or the hard drive is starting to fail and therefore needs replacing with a new one.

You can test the hard drive with the drive manufacturer's diagnostic software. You will need to download the DOS version which runs from a bootable CD. The download contains an ISO file for creating the CD. The links are here: Hard Drive Diagnostics Tools and Utilities (Storage) - TACKtech Corp.

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I have Windows Server 2012 R2 and it is my file server and it auto syncs user's file every minute. I have 3 disks. The primary partition (Disk 0) and two others (Disk 1 & Disk 2). My question does not include the primary

I shrunk Disk 2 so that I had unallocated space. I then extended Disk 1 using the unallocated space from Disk 2 creating spanned volume on Disk 1 (extended volume on Disk 2). It did not do what I wanted so I want to 'undo' it. Can
I just delete the spanned volume on Disk 2 (space that added to Disk 1)? Or more accurately if I'm going to delete the spanned volume on Disk 2, will it affect my users' files?

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I have received my laptop with a 250GB HDD partitioned into two primary partitions (well there is actually four with only 512MB called NVCACHE and another of 1GB as EISA Configuration). One of the partitions is a system, boot, page file ... partition containing the OS (Win Vista Home Premium and contains about 35GB space) and programs. The other is a partition for all the data (~198GB). I am now starting to run low on disk space on the OS partition (<3GB) and wanted to add some more space. I tried to use Disk Management but this did not work because there is no adjacent unallocated space on the same disk next to the OS partition. There is only space at the end of the data disk partition, which I cannot move to the OS partition (at least I do not know how).

Is there a way to increase the disk space for the OS partition? Both partitions have following set out:

Layout: Simple
Type: Basic
File System: NTFS (except for the small NVCAHE which is FAT32 and the EISA does not have any File system)
Status: Healthy



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I was trying to dual boot win 8 and win7(was already installed) on my laptop.During installation win8 was giving an error,that win could not update the computer's boot configuration.(See attached pic )
I googled this error and came across this post.

Boot from 7 or 8 DVD and goto Repair console > Command Prompt (Hit enter after each line)

list disk
select volume x (x = being the volume number of your HDD)
create partition primary
format fs=ntfs quick
Reboot and try setup again (I use this for USB drives, but they are not partitioned, I imagine this will kill all partitions on the disk and create just one new one)

After doing all this I was able to install window 8 but my 2 hard disk partition are not showing.My total hard disk is of 300 GB,but now only a single partition of 149 GB is showing.The remaining hard is not visible anywhere,not in disk management, and not even in ease-us disk partition.

A:Volume Disk not showing in disk managment.

What does diskpart show you from an Elevated Command Prompt? For instance, mine shows:


Microsoft DiskPart version 6.2.9200

Copyright (C) 1999-2012 Microsoft Corporation.
On computer: DESKTOP

DISKPART> list volume

Volume ### Ltr Label Fs Type Size Status Info
---------- --- ----------- ----- ---------- ------- --------- --------
Volume 0 K DVD-ROM 0 B No Media
Volume 1 D D370_D NTFS Partition 78 GB Healthy System
Volume 2 E D370_E NTFS Partition 191 GB Healthy
Volume 3 F D370_F NTFS Partition 9 GB Healthy
Volume 4 C Win_8 NTFS Partition 119 GB Healthy Boot
Volume 5 G D370_G NTFS Partition 698 GB Healthy
Volume 6 H D370_H NTFS Partition 542 GB Healthy
Volume 7 I Win_7 NTFS Partition 78 GB Healthy
Volume 8 L Removable 0 B No Media


Leaving DiskPart...

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for some reason, the volume on real player sorta acts like the master volume thing.. hope that makes sense. for instance, i started playing a game and the sound was just reaaaal loud. so i remembered i watched something recently on real player and put the volume on max. so i lowered it and it fixed the problem. and if i listen to music from winamp, i lower the volume on real player, and the volume goes down. how do i fix this??

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My AV is Avast 2015. Every time I run a scan, it pops up "Threat detected", but when I click "Show results", it doesn't. When I look at the scan history, it shows the following"

Disk\\?\Volume{f4acb2ae-2618-11e3-8a57-806e6fe6963?\{+}\{+} Boot Record
Error: The parameter is incorrect (87)

I have run chkdsk /r on the boot drive (an SSD). I have run AdwCleaner. Neither find anything wrong, and the PC seems to run perfectly.

I found the "{f4acb2ae. . .} folder in the registry: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Explorer\MountPoints2\CPC\Volume. It's there twice.

What is this "thing" and how can I get rid of it? If I zap both of the registry folders with this name, will it render the PC unbootable? Are the entries valid and Avast is issuing a false positive?

Administrator: If this should be under Security, please move it.


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Would appreciate any help I can get on this folks.

The problem started a couple of days ago out of the blue.

Whenever I run a game (and this happened for a variety of games including Brothers in Arms, Prince of Persia, Winning Eleven 7 and 8, etc.), the game runs fine for like 10 or 15 mins, and then locks up. First the sounds keeps going on but the picture freezes, then the only sound that starts coming out of the speakers is a sort of static sputtering sound.
Anyway I'd have to restart manually, and when I checked the Event log, there were several errors in a row, around 15 of them, and "disk" was listed as the source, with the following message:

Event ID: 15
The device, \Device\Harddisk0\D, is not ready for access yet.

Naturally I thought it meant I had to get a new hard drive. Problem is, this problem ONLY happens when I'm playing games. I tried reverting to older video card drivers and that didn't work.
Another thing is, I read somewhere that a guy with a similar problem (except that his problem was that the freezing occurred when he started Windows), solved it by disabling RAID controllers in the device manager that he accidentally installed even though he didn't have a RAID array. So I tried disabling the RAID Promise controller, even though it never did cause any trouble before. After disabling it, the error recurred, but in Event viewer, there were no more logs regarding disk errors. Which makes me think the RAID controller has some... Read more

A:Disk error problem

What type and how much ram do you have?

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Hello Se7en users,i'm new here,i have a big problem with my HDD,but first of all i want to sorry for my english mistakes and for the big novel posted,but you need all explained to understand what kind of problem is. .

Now let's start : 3 days ago windows has started to make some big updates,pc needed to shutdown to install that uptates.In that day windows started to crash and gave me 2 errors from "windows explorer" .Late in the day i shutdown my computer,all looked normally but when i started my computer,the logo from windows didn't appear and didn't boot anymore.I have one more HDD,a little old one with 20GB on IDE.I installed on it windows xp and my 160 gb seagate(SATA 2) on slave.Windows started automatically on disk check-recovery.Finally i entered in XP,i can see my 160gb hard,have the acces of 75% of files,but i can't acces Libraries section,i disperately need to recover my photos and documents.(I had windows 7 on 160 gb drive)

Ok,doesn't work,i installed windows 7 on 20gb drive to make a repair disk.I entered windows recovery,boot errors are there but repair disk can't fix them.I tried repair with image file,the same problem.

Now another solution,to make a full copy of my 160HDD on external 1TB drive to finally format my hard drive and install a new fresh windows 7.
Booted on my windows 7(20gb drive),i installed EASEUS Partition master,i see here my full HDD,there was a copy partition option(my 160 GB drive is only a partition)but i made a very stupid... Read more

A:Problem with HDD(Disk error)

The boot HD should be active.

Partition - Mark as Active

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i installed a trial scan from iolo. after doing this, i get several errors in my action center. one of them being this error shown below. what should i do? how do i fix this?


A:disk volume errors

Open the "Computer" window. Right-click on the drive in question (most likely the C: drive) and select "Properties". Select the "Tools" tab. In the Error-checking area, click "Check Now". Select both boxes and click "Start". Schedule the disk check and then reboot.

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I tried to install a .exe file (in order to support ArchiCad 12) onto my laptop (Gateway NV79). I get a message saying "Out of Disk Space -Volue 'D:'". It should be installing onto the C: drive. My D: drive is my cd/dvd drive. I am not sure why it is doing this and cannot figure out how to correct this (I am in no way a computer expert). Does anyone have any idea what I can do to get this to install?

A:Out of Disk Space- Volume D:

Are you getting a chance to specify where the program installs to? Where are you running the .exe file from?

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I have recently installed a second 320GB which I want to mirror my main drive (also 320 GB)

I can see the drive in "Disk Management" and it shows as "unallocated"

I have right clicked and started the Mirror wizard and the disk appears - but the total volume size is shown as 0 - it is greyed so I cannot change it. Underneath the correct sizes are shown. The wizard will not allow me to continue.

I tried to format the disk using "New Simple Volume" and this seems to create a K: drive - but when I right click it does not give me the option to Mirror

Any ideas most welcome


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When I turn my computer on, on the boot when it checks the hd size it reads it as 130gb when it is only 30gb. This prevents windows from loading. I can access CMOS and fix the error but it will happen next time I boot up. Heard of this?

A:Wrong disk volume

Try checking your IDE cable it might be damaged.

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Hi, I find my C disk's total size is 93.9 GB, free space appears to be 32.9 GB, but when I select all the files in the disc (including hidden ones), the total volum is just 19.2 Gb...So I really hope to know where is the rest hard disc space...
Many thanks!

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My friend took his computer to Best Buy who ran the restore on it with his main files on a second drive. The drive is now ganked, but I'm working to recover the files if possible.

In Disk Management (XP Pro), I can see that there's a 37GB volume with 20Gb free (looks like his missing files). There's a second volume on the disk that's only 47 MB and it's Active (so I can access it, but there's nothing to speak of there).

The point is that if I click on the 37Gb volume, I can't seem to do anything with it. The only menu option available when I right click it is "Help". If I click the disk itself, I have the option to convert to a dynamic disk, but I don't want to do that without knowing what will happen to the data on there.

When I dig through the properties, I can see data on the 47MB disk, but not the 37 GB. Does anyone know what to do with this!!!?

A:Unreachable Volume on Disk, What to do?

Oh, and the 37 GB says this:

37.22 GB NTFS
Healthy (EISA Configuration)

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Just recently my computer has been shutting down after i put it to sleep or hibernation.
It then comes up with: Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown.
The dropdown box shows this:
Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.
Locale ID: 3081

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 9f
BCP1: 0000000000000003
BCP3: FFFFF80004AE13D8
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 768_1

Files that help describe the problem:

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Does anyone have any solutions, i have tried 3 disk checks (dskchk) 3 defragmentations and 2 virus scans.

A:Disk Volume Errors

It doesn't happen when my computer is using wireless

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My system disk is displayed as "System Disk (C); (C)". I wish to remove one of the C's.
Not earth-shattering, but....

A:Rename disk volume

Right-click on it, hit rename.

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Trying To Load Program From Disk. I Get An Error 23 It Reads-
Unable To Create A Temporary File. Setup Aborted.
Error 23: Data Error [cyclic Redundancy Check].
Can Anyone Help.

A:Error 23 Problem Loading From Disk

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I use vista Ultimate.I have two OS on two drives.Both visa ultimate.Just 1 day back,i was playing games late night when suddenly the computer hung.I did ctrl+alt+del but a blank screen came up.It showd mssage about some logn screen problem.I then pushed the restart button.It started and before iving the list where the OS are preset,it says"Disk read error occured,press ctrl+alt+del to restart".I switched off the UPS and again restarted it,now with no problems.again yesterday,when i started the computer,i faced the same problem and did the same thing,it again started after showing the disk read error problem.
Can you tell me what ar possible causes of such a problem?Is it temporary or permanent?Any problem with vista or my hardware components?Is my hard drive getting corrupt,since i changed my hard drive after one failure? i read in the net that it the mobo and the hard drive are not in terms.IS it true?
Now,how can i remove this problem permanently?How do i solve it without having to reformat since i have formatted many a times and completely want o avoid it?DO i have to change my motherboard or hard drve?
Please help me fast as i have faced this problem before.Answer all my questions.

A:Disk read error problem !!!!

Run Check Disk and see if that solves the problem.
1) Right click the disk in 'Computer', --> properties --> tools tab --> 'Check for errors'.
2) Open command prompt and type CHKDSK C: /F (for drive C)

This will require a restart as it is your system drive.

More drastic option, backup you data, format drive and reinstall vista. (why do you have two installations??). This is more likely to work if the above doesn't.

It may have occured because you hard reset your computer. This can cause file system instability.

It is also a strong sign that your hard drive may be failing. If you haven't already, make sure you have a backup of all your data. Which leaves another option: replace HDD.

Have you faced this problem before with the same hard drive (different installation), if so I would definitely replace you hard drive.

Hope this helps.

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    I cann't setup any  windows. How can I fix this problem ?


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A:Hard disk error problem

Normally it requires replacing the faulty hard drive. Did you use F2 System Diagnostics as recommended? What were the results of the test?

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When we turn on our PC and boot it up it seems to stop on the screen with white writing on saying 'disk read error' It tells us to press 'Ctrl' 'Alt' 'Del' to restart the PC but then it comes up with the same error.

Is there anyway to fix this, Please Help


A:Disk read error problem

Do you accidently have a floppy disk in the floppy drive? What are your system's specs?

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After a forced shut down, I want to run an error check on my primary disk. I went to My Computer, clicked on properties of this disk, clicked on Tools and Error Checking. (I've done this successfully before). When I restart the computer, the Error Checking is supposed to be performed. Instead, I get a message saying, "Cannot open the volume for direct access." and Error Checking is not performed. How can I release this volume so it can be checked in the future? I did successfully run Chkdsk from the Recovery Console without the the block.

A:Problem with disk error checking

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Hi. First off.. Thanx in advance for helping me out with this. I know that you guys are really busy. So I appreciate all the help u can give me.

I've done a search of the forums & lots of pple have had the same problem I'm having with getting the error message when my computer boots up about the Windows- no disk There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive. Cancel Try again Continue. I did what one of u suggested and downloaded HJT and ran the program. I saved the log file & will copy it here for you.

I normally fix my own probs with Adware/malware/viruses & all that. But, for some reason I just can't seem to get this one. It's really driving me crazy... LoL. Thanx again for taking the time to read this & helping me out. Also I started my comp in safe mode & did not get the windows no disk error. If that helps...

Operating system is WindowsXP

Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 2:36:16 PM, on 3/2/2006
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)

Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\AOL\ACS\AOLAcsd.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\AOL\TopSpeed\2.0\aoltsmon.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVGFRE~1\avgamsvr.ex... Read more

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Whilst on the Net a few days ago the computer froze,
then said IE (or MS) had experienced an error, then the computer shut down & restarted & asked if I wanted to send an error report & I closed the box.
Next time I started the computer it wanted to do a 'checkdisk' so I let it, but it only did the first scan of 3 & froze, so I had to reboot, ..... it does this each time I start now unless I cancel checkdisk.

The message that now pops up is:
"The file or dir. 'C:\4Mft is corrupt & unreadable' - run Chkdsk"
I wonder if someone could advise me on what to do find & fix the problem with the disk (or chkdsk),
Thanks, Yvonne

A:Error - Check Disk problem

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Do anyone know where the removable disk volume label saved? on the removable disk or local disk? sometimes my removable disk connntected to other PCs, the volume label can be show also, that means that the volume label saved on the removable disk, is it? which file? thank you.

A:Where the removable disk volume label?

The volume label is written to the device/drive. I don't think it's stored in a file that you can easily edit though. I believe its stored in the master boot record and i wouldn't go messing around in there.

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i was shrink 80 from 130 gb Partition but when iam going to make new volume from Unallocated disk iam getting this
Please help me how can i fix this and what is the problem ?

A:When making new volume from Unallocated disk I'm getting this

Which partition are you trying to shrink ? D or E ? It looks as if you only have the 100 MB unallocated space there. Don`t mess with it.

Can you give us a shot of disk mgmt b4 you attempt anything ?

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I ran check disk today, and when it was finished, it says the volume is clean. What does this mean? I've never seen this screen before when I run check disk. The same "volume is clean" message appeared once before, but I didn't tell check disk to run. I assumed it had to do with the dual boot I had(Linux/Windows). Is this a bad thing for my hard drive?

A:Check Disk Says Volume is Clean

It's an indicator that all is well (no errors on the disk) but it's weird that you're seeing it for the first time, if you didn't do anything different.

Maybe the effect of one of those automatic windows "fixes" ?

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Hye all!

I ran into this little annoying problem with Windows Vista. I am using Windows Vista 64-bit with Service Pack 2. I have also recently started using Acronis True Image Home 2011. Currently I am trying out the feature that lets me mount a disk drive or disk volume image and use it as if it is a regular physical disk drive.

I have a volume image backup I made earlier. It's named 'Windows system volume C backup.tib'. As the name suggests, this is a full backup of my system volume C.

But if I mount it and assign some drive letter to it, and then try to browse it, I get a prompt from Windows Vista, telling me that I don't have permission or something like that.

You currently don't have permission rights to use this folder.

Click on Continue to access this folder.Click to expand...

That's loosely translated from Swedish, but you get the idea.

If I click on Continue it allows me to view the contents of the folder anyway. So why is it telling me this anyway?

I have well over 5000 folders in my users folder. I won't browse through them all, but I would really appreciate if I could get rid of these prompts. I was thinking, maybe I need to take ownership of that mounted disk volume? Any other ideas?

How do you actually take ownership of a disk volume or a disk drive? I have done this once or twice in the past, when I needed to. But I don't seem to remember how I did it. I think I had a context menu option of some sort so I would... Read more

A:How to take ownership of a mounted disk volume?

Right click on the folder, choose Properties, Security tab, Advanced button, Owner tab, Edit button.

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after 10 minutes of laptop being on i get a bluescreen then reboots (windows 7 pro) i ran start up repair and looked at details and it says system volume on disk is corrupt ! it all boots up fine aswell. still boots up now lol. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREAT AS I AM FAIRLY NEW WITH LAPTOPS, THANKS IN ADVANCE. ( GOT ANOTHER PROBLEM, I UPDATED ADOBE FLASH PLAYER A FEW DAYS BACK TO 11.5 r502, AND ALL IT HAS DONE IS CRASHED EVERYTIME I TRY TO PLAY FARMVILLE 2 ON FACEBOOK, NOT ONLY FACEBOOK ITS EVERY GAME I TRY PLAY)

A:system volume on disk is corrupt

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iv tried so much already and i haven't found the solution but im getting more information.

my asus g60vx had windows 7 pre installed and i installed windows 8 it had crashes and now it doesnt want to boot so i tried to install windows 7 again but the disk wouldnt show and i tried to re install windows 8 and it shows up but now i go to try and format it in diskpart but it says it has no volume i already completely wiped the hdd since its 298/298 when i "list disk". here are the details on the disk

detail disk

Disk Id: 00000000
Type: SATA
Status: Online
Path: 0
Target: 0
LUN Id: 0
Location Path: PCIROOT<0>#PCI<1F02>#ATA<C00T00L00>
Current Read-only state: No
Read-only: No
Boot Disk: No
Pagefile disk: No
Hibernation File disk: No
Crashdump Disk: No
Clustered Disk: No

There is no volume.

It is really frustrating since this laptop is 10x better than my current pc and i need my laptop back, please any help is really appreciated

A:Disk partition has no volume (Annoying)

How did you completely wipe the disk?

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I am having some problem with Vista, So i planned to install it again in few days. But as i friends said that Windows 7 don't support more than 3 Volumes/Hard Disk Partition. Now my problem is that, I have 5 Partitions(I used Disk Management to make new partitions) C: D: E: F: G:(100 GB each) and H: DvD Drive. Now i want to know if can enable those those partitions again after installation (F and G) without loosing the contents/data ?

Can't Stop myself from using these emo (They look nice than yahoo got) ..
Thank you!

A:Volume/Hard Disk Partiton

My system has 3 internal drives, 1 external drive; these are divided into 13 partitions; I'm also using a 1GB RAMDrive.
That's a total of 14 "drives" all running very nicely under Windows 7 Home Premium.
I stick a thumb-drive in there once in a while and sometimes an old ZIPdrive, too.
Never had a problem from Windows 7.

Be sure to back up all your Drives before adding/changing/deleting partitions.
There is a free partition manager called Partition Wizard that I use all the time with very good results.
It's much more flexible than Windows' Disk Management tool.
You might want to check it out.

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Dear Sir

I am using Win-Xp Sp-2 Operating system, Hdd is 160 GB. having 4 partition as under
15GB- NTFS, 6.99GB- FAT32, 122GB-NTFS, 4.99GB-FAT32. The Last partition (4.99GB)
which is defined as drive H: does not visible in <My computer> all the time, Some times it is visible momentarily, other wise it shows as unmounted volume. I am using Unistal Software for Data Recovery software.

Please suggest me why it is happening so. And How Can I solve this issue.

Thanx. .

A:Hard Disk Unmounted Volume

arvind_ncs said:

Dear Sir

I am using Win-Xp Sp-2 Operating system, Hdd is 160 GB. having 4 partition as under
15GB- NTFS, 6.99GB- FAT32, 122GB-NTFS, 4.99GB-FAT32. The Last partition (4.99GB)
which is defined as drive H: does not visible in <My computer> all the time, Some times it is visible momentarily, other wise it shows as unmounted volume. I am using Unistal Software for Data Recovery software.

Please suggest me why it is happening so. And How Can I solve this issue.

Thanx. .Click to expand...

Some one suggested me that as I am using unistal data recovery software This software uses this partition for backup purposes, & can be used only in the event of disaster management for data recovery purposes, But it does not appeal me!!!

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Hi There,

I have problem with my disk drive,I am using dell studio 1555.I have intel core 2 due 2.2Ghz,toshiba hard drive 500GB,
I was trying to install Ubuntu with Window-7,but when i am defining partition it crashes,and now my window is also not working.I have checked my hard drive its all right and passes all test.
NOw if i am trying to install window then there is no drive is shown and give "no drive shown.please choose a mass storage driver for drive. " and in repairing it shows "volume information corrupted.
Please help........

A:Solved: disk volume corrupted

You will probably need to wipe the partitions from the drive before you can reinstall. Use WUBI for Ubuntu and then you won't need to change real partitions.

Parted Magic disk partitoning tool (Bootable CD image)
If you prefer a bootable USB key, download and run Linux Live USB Creator. Choose the Parted Magic distro, and it will download it and automatically create a bootable USB key.

This CD (or key) contains many useful tools. You can partition, recover files, recover lost partitions, make disk images (by several different methods), transfer files between media, scan for viruses (It can serve as an Alternative Trusted Platform for search and elimination of rootkits and bootkits), examine and benchmark hardware, access the internet, and much more.

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