I re-imaged again and this time only copied over the Windows\system2 files and the "A Disk Read Error Has Occurred ....." reappeared!So.... But my laptop will not boot from it. Changing the BIOS drive settings from auto to user-specified, ensuring that LBA is selected may fix it. All are XP PRO, WESTERN DIGITAL 40 gig hdd as singles(master). http://beforeoverclock.com/disk-read/disk-read-error-press-ctrl-alt-del-to-restart-solution.php
Is this the only solution and furthermore, will this rectify the issue.Cheers. Pulling the CMOS battery to let the BIOS lose it settings may work.At this point, you may be feeling some frustration. :-)If all that fails, here's what will usually work:Ghost your So, for anyone with this error, I recommend trying this, check your cables and clean any dust inside before trying more drastic measures such as reformatting or getting new drives etc.Thanks Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart". https://neosmart.net/wiki/a-disk-read-error-occurred/
It will work. nsgaSep 28, 2010, 10:46 AM Hi, I am having this disk read error problem- I upgraded vista to win 7 a couple of weeks ago . Nobody seems to know why. However, the OS was not reloaded because this dealer doesn't do that.
rtrgSep 29, 2010, 11:59 PM PBARNY--- Since you seem to know more than I, I will pick your brains for help. But I'm sure there are many other free or shareware drive cloning programs. This time, I installed Comodo IS and updated Windows (with many restarts) and, finally, installed CTM and shut the PC down. Disk Read Error Windows 7 Hmm.Over and outelohop3e GamerPerfectionJan 29, 2011, 2:38 AM I'm going to share my experience with this dread error message.
For me it appears to be a Windows problem or a problem with Windows on certain hardware. I just wonder if these two issues are related. Need help solved Disk read error occurred. click resources For others restoring the MBR has worked, but for me it is not a MBR problem and restoring the MBR does nothing.I have since installed OpenSuse linux and the problem has
The backup of the Windows directory I was referring to in my last post was made after the "A Disk Read Error..." to recover the system current state (after chkdsk /f A Disk Read Error Occurred Laptop So there i was happily backing everything up. To put it one way, your motherboard and drive are no longer on speaking terms. Now I am using Lenovo quick start to find a solution (bless them for writting two OSes to one PC).
That would be the only hardware change.It only accessed the internet once (the first time I used it - accessed the web via wi-fi. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/250364-32-solution-disk-read-error-occurred sub mesaFeb 21, 2010, 5:48 PM Fix the bad sector, of course. A Disk Read Error Occurred Windows 7 I hope the information I have provided is helpful in some way when they encounter the "A Disk Read Error..." and nothing works. A Disk Read Error Occurred Windows 10 that that 4.
Ask ! http://beforeoverclock.com/disk-read/disk-read-error-occurred-ssd.php I then re-imaged the unbootable drive and once again ended up with a working XP pro system. Ran the DLCDIAG utilty from WD and it gave the drive a clean bill of health, no errors. 2. sub mesaFeb 16, 2010, 3:46 PM May be simply a unmappable sector ("pending sector count" smart variable). Disk Read Error Windows 10
Your data is likely safe and sound.Here's how we'll recover your data. More resources See also A disk read error occurred. At least now I know there is no easy fix without investing a lot of time and will quit wasting time on it. weblink From there you can type commands for Chkdsk etc...
If it were a BIOS error it seems unlikely it would always read "A Disk Read Error..." identically for all BIOS's across all manufactures. A Disk Read Error Occurred Xp Having recently dealt with this again, I thought I'd post my thoughts in the hopes that it helps someone else out there.So you receive the dreaded "a disk read error occurred. There were no errors detected by chkdsk /f or /r before making the backup.As I described earlier, the "A Disk Read Error..." appears on an already installed and previously functioning system
When I started getting the message, I figured it was something I did concerning the partitions, so I loaded the W7 DVD, went to the command line from the repair tools But still, hated every moment of it.I was on my PC working away when suddenly a blue screen came up, the PC restarted and I got the Disk Read Error, press I use COMODO TIME MACHINE as a back up program for the built in XP SYSTEM RESTORE. A Disk Read Error Occurred Press Ctrl+alt+del To Restart Windows 7 Drive jumper already set to Master (not cable select).
W7 SP1 hosed the machine, so I tried fixing with various tools with no luck. But as an amateur conclusion, I'm pretty sure it's SOFTWARE (either Windows or CTM) communications error with hardware causing the problem (at least in my case; there can be hardware issues If you are loading from Windows DVD after that you shouldn't have to format but you can if you want to.I typed up these instructions from memory, so be sure to http://beforeoverclock.com/disk-read/disk-read-error-has-occurred.php Again, be careful, you could wipe out a good disk if you don't locate the correct one.6 - Type in Select Disk 0 (or whatever disk you are trying to clean)7
I installed Linux to rule out the issue being Windows related but instead is now evidence the issue is related to Windows (in combination with the hardware). That includes very old images from 3 years ago that never had a problem. Now I'm installing Win 7 for the third time. I will eventually get a new laptop with Windows and probably just now keep linux on this Compaq laptop which at least runs well on it.I hope our post is helpful
so... Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart". So the fun begins...After 25 hours of technical labor (because I don't give up easy)... i tried booting from the Windows 7 CD and it wouldn't.
I tried everything you tried (fixmbr, etc.). I believe that there was too much dust clogging up the wrong area of the inside of my PC. How do I run the things you mentioned? Press Ctrl alt del to reRecovery Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search
I am assuming this is a kernel generated error by Windows? To put it one way, your motherboard and drive are no longer on speaking terms.I don't know why the original disk has no problems being a slave. Also since this is already a functioning system, there is nothing being written to the MBR. To be clear, what software do you use to ghost the data?
My computer is working fine now. So, checking the SMART output would be my first tip. Get the answer madunitDec 21, 2009, 5:29 PM Hi, I am receiving this message and unable to do any of the options you suggest.I recently purchased a Dell Netbook Inspiron Mini angkolAug 22, 2010, 7:49 PM hi all, (read this, might helped you...)today i got this "disk error" message that i assumed it was the windows fault, for the first time.
I am convinced my issue is the program itself not the tower. I only wished I could have determined what the specific cause for the error is on my laptop.