For now i have given up and simply use an external USB drive as my data drive. my advice is replace the sata cable first bcause usually this error message might referring to our own hdd faults. How do I run the things you mentioned? Your computer should boot normally. http://beforeoverclock.com/read-error/disk-read-error-repair-tool.php
To be clear, what software do you use to ghost the data? Run CHKDSK /R /P from the recovery console (it will typically find no error)2. Problem solved. This time CTM couldn't even finalize the installation (usually, it first starts the installation on Windows and the next time the computer is booted, it continues the process before the OS https://neosmart.net/wiki/a-disk-read-error-occurred/
Perhaps it's preparing for retirement.I hope this helps!Peter dcscoundrelApr 1, 2011, 9:36 PM Hi All,I actually got this message after fooling around with the partitions and volumes on a laptop with If it won't, I'll start to play with cables and SATA ports. I have a number of "PREPARED" hdds loaded with XP for the 81s as replacements a total of 5, different makes, different sizes. It seems kind of crazy to re-install everything the hard way when it's all right there but what else can I do?
More resources See also A disk read error occurred. You'll probably see 2 partitions, one a reserved one, the other the boot partition. I tried everything you tried (fixmbr, etc.). A Disk Read Error Occurred Windows 10 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
PS--- None of the other programs cause this issue. Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart. hang-the-9Aug 4, 2010, 2:51 AM The first thing anyone with a drive error should do is make sure their backups are save and working.Then find a disk check utility that is http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/disk-read-error-occurred-message-how-do-i-fix-this So.
Any ideas, insights, solutions? A Disk Read Error Occurred Press Ctrl+alt+del To Restart Windows 7 Apparently there can be many reasons for the error as cited by mine and the other post. 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 maybe the cable or maybe the hdd itself!its worth to try..well thanks for the help!really helped me alot..really!
If its anything like Vista, then I think you need to boot from the Win 7 DVD, click on Repair, then CMD or Command Prompt... this content after i get the error, i can put the 250 G drive in an enclosure and access via USB w/o problem. The whole point is the fact that the problem occurs after I copy a previously chkdsk error free backup of the Windows directory from the non booting drive to the newly 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. Disk Read Error Windows 10
for the first time Windows 7 actually booted and finished it's setup routine!!! Nobody seems to know why. Your data is likely safe and sound.Here's how we'll recover your data. http://beforeoverclock.com/read-error/disc-read-errors.php The PC just goes in a loop- "disk read error, press ctrl, alt, & delete to restart" which it doesn't.
Could be a coincidence, but I, like, got a feeling that it's not. Disc Read Error Ps2 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. If you have more than one, figure out which one is the disk giving you trouble.
Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart. solved A Disk Read Error Occurred Press CTRL+ALT+DEL To Restart Computer MOST OF THE TIME solved A disk read error occurred. but the exact same thing happened with the second drive. A Disk Read Error Occurred Laptop Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart (on a black background)System: Asus 1005PEB Eee PC Netbook (my dreaded adversary)Hard Drive: WD2500BEVT (with no jumpers set)OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Starter (actually not too bad)Originally the
Worked like a charm for me. no love.I agree with you 100% that it is a windows/hardware interaction issue. I'm wondering what steps I should take?I have windows 7 and im basically posting this off of newegg .GIGABYTE GA-870A-UD3 AM3 AMD 870 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD MotherboardAMD Athlon check over here If it doesn't, or it there are errors, run the Repair Installation option from your Windows boot CD.But why does this happen?
Sometimes the fix is simple, sometimes it's a complete pain. Windows XP does have a write-back bug for large drives where it can sometimes corrupt files. 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 . 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.
The PC just goes in a loop- "disk read error, press ctrl, alt, & delete to restart" which it doesn't. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart". Then somehow i managed to get the hdd to boot in safe mode.