Check the drive connections. In other words, I get lag spikes. If the errors continue, replace the drive. Ask ! check over here
From a fairly fruitless search I think this is a read error, now, that could possibly also relate to the motherboard. I switched to SATA ports 3/4 and took the SATA cable from the DVDRW and it seems to have booted fast and working fine. Please ensure that you are not loading any other DOS level files from the floppy prior to running diagnostic utility. or maybe your power supply. find this
ECC is a hardware correction technique that corrects errors. This may be an anomaly. Replace Drive 216 10+ IDNF Errors Identified Data Not Found (IDNF) 10+.
Replace the drive if the error repeats. So yeah, I guess the problem's mainly on the hardware. I'm still using this hard drive, but there so many files on there, that I don't know for certain if a handful of songs here and there might have been deleted Drive should be replaced.
Check connections and retest. There could be media errors present on this drive. Several instances of track information could not be found. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f16/repair-wd602bb-drive-cable-351480.html You have done some nice troubleshooting though.
This may be due to a defect with the drive or the drive may not have responded properly due to a bad connection. It's slightly different from the ones you suggested, but I found one here in the UK that had a case fan (most don't seem to), which wasn't too costly. To run in ATA 66 and ATA100 rates, an Ultra ATA 80 -conductor cable must be used. Press Crtl+Alt+Del to restart. * Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key. * Primary Master Hard Disk Error.
Replace the drive. https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-fix-an-Error-in-RAID-Configuration-on-a-Western-Digital-My-Passport-Studio-FireWire-800-portable-drive The biggest oddity is, like I said, that it works just fine once the computer is already running, no matter how many times I reboot. Re-test Drive 142 TK-TK SEEK ERROR Error encountered during track-to-track seek. Retest.
Please re-test the drive with Data Lifeguard. check my blog well.. Replace Drive 212 Error while relocating TARE sectors. Retest after checking the connections.
Also try typing sfc /scannow in the Run box and hit enter, watch for the results. This is the pretest initialization code which indicates a drive is ready to be tested, but has not yet been tested. Gram123, May 2, 2010 #5 Noyb Trusted Advisor Joined: May 25, 2005 Messages: 19,993 Gram123 said: ↑ I really wish I'd gone with my initial plan to get an external USB this content An interrupt command to perform a specific task failed to complete.
Re-test Drive with appropriate diagnostic utility 204 Missing Log File The log file that existed at startup of diagnostic utility has been moved or no longer exists. Then reboot the computer into normal mode. This may be due to a defect with the drive or a bad connection.
ECC is a hardware correction technique that corrects errors. Retest after checking the connections. This may be due to a media or read error. Re-Test Drive 8 Read Sector Failure A Read command during the test has failed.
Some vendors use the security feature to ensure the usage of only specific drives in their system, or the drive may have been locked by a user using a third party Speedfan temperatures look fine during these lag spikes. Replace your cable and retest the drive. have a peek at these guys This would all explain the boot up problems but not the sudden slow down that you have been experiencing, my only thought is that could just be an intermittent fault on
Replace the drive if the error repeats. Sign up for a new account or log in here: Forgot your password? Continue to test or exit the test. You may need to rescan to ensure that the repairs were effective.