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However, if I plug it into the mains with its own power supply, it registers fine, but it still doesnt like me transfering anything larger than a gig, Ill get an error message and the sound the drive makes would lead you to think its buggered, but put it in the back ports and all is fine. Didn't know what I was supposed to see with the test results. Source Code smartctl -a /dev/sdX Greetings David "Well... This is the screen I get once I type in that code: Ignore the top part of the screen where I clearly couldn't type properly Quote Report Content Go to Page Top blublub Intermediate Likes Received 8 Posts 378 12 Jan 13th 2015, 12:40pm The short test takes 2-3 minutes.

If its not enabled, then enable it in the bios. If you would like to use all features of this site, it is mandatory to enable JavaScript. By continuing to browse this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. why the fuck does it work fine on 90% of the files i copy though ? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1627906/hdd-error-copy-cut-files-drive.html

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If I plug in a usb drive on the back ports all is fine, but the front ports will only work properly for smaller files. When I boot up my live CD and type fsck into the terminal It just says [email protected]:~$ fsck fsck from util-linux-ng 2.17.2 Same way as you run fsck on ext2 or ext3. You should check the following in an order of your choice: run long test (approx 8hrs /drive) check/replace sata cables Quote Report Content Go to Page Top goodenough88 Beginner Posts 10 13 Jan 13th 2015, 1:08pm Thanks heaps for that. The arguments of dd are straight-forward: if=path_of_file_with_IO_errors specifies input path of=path_of_clean_copy_to_create specifies output path conv=noerror,sync tells dd to be fault-tolerant Your output path should not be on the same disk as the damaged file.

The Board The Grid Off-Topic I/O Device Error when copying files from HDD to External Drive ? Make sure your flash drive is shown in the first dropdown box. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in. Wd Diagnostics Using the Clean Copy Due to I/O errors, dd can take more time to create the clean copy than a normal copy would take.

A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Running a diagnostics is a good idea, but what does palimpsest say? I did that but now I'm having another issue which is probably related. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.

If you see that number go up, then you will most likely have to replace the drive at some point. The Request Could Not Be Performed Because Of An I/o Device Error Basically I connected the NAS to a monitor and it showed me the following error: Music: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY: RUN fsck MANUALLY. sounds a bit more serious if it cant even perform a task on the drive itself. try taking it out of the casing first and hooking it up directly to your pc.

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It appears there are many options to download. http://www.dogsonacid.com/threads/i-o-device-error-when-copying-files-from-hdd-to-external-drive.710139/ Back to top #5 Citizen_WD Citizen_WD Authorized Western Digital Rep Members 138 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:03:48 AM Posted 09 February 2015 - 10:41 AM Hello, Sorry to hear about your difficulties, sounds really frustrating. Cannot Copy File I/o Device Error Quote Report Content Go to Page Top goodenough88 Beginner Posts 10 15 Jan 15th 2015, 11:45am Ran the extended tests for all 4 WD 3Tb HDD's and they all were completed without error! I/o Device Error 0x8007045d Related 7“Invalid MS-DOS function” error message when copying a file0Recover affected text files from damaged hard disk (bad sectors)1What is this difference while copying files?1Why does Windows Explorer seem to hang when copying many files?0Using Terminal to copy Aperture files from external hard drive to Mac0Why can't I copy this iTunes folder on Windows XP?: “Cannot copy file or folder: Cannot copy file:”1Program to copy data from dying(?) HDD?0How to copy remote build files localy as needed?1I am not able to copy 14.6 GB file to my NTFS volume2Hard disk freezes copy programs after copying certain files Hot Network Questions What do you call one who believes in a higher power but doesn't call it "God"?

Is there any way to safely check expensive electronics on a flight? Greetings David What are these "normal Smart values" you refer to? Stay logged in Quality Add-Ons by WMTech © 2016 WebMachine Technologies, Inc. Also, most HDD diagnostics utilities boot from cd, so they have full access to the hardware. I/o Device Error Windows 7

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. For someone with zero experience with Linux, can someone please suggest a link/version of this for me to download? I tried the "Restore" workaround but it didn't work for me. Click here to Register a free account now!

I have an external that started that way as well, I was even able to access some files (and the OS had the gall to label it "healthy" as well) for a while, but now the OS can't even detect it any more. Io Device Error Mr_VeRiTyAugust 3rd, 2010, 12:27 AMTry running fsck from a livecd and see if it finds any file system corruption. Error reading block ............ (invalid argument).

But there is still data on it that it can not relocate because it has trouble reading it.

So it looks like it's ok for the moment! beastiality movies if you must know baz tard, Apr 2, 2011 #10 Apr 2, 2011 baz tard robadub baz tard robadub 13,624 posts Since Dec 22, 2002 ok i have just tryed copying the same files onto a USB stick and im getting the same message does this mean the disk in the laptop is fucked ? :mad: baz tard, Apr 2, 2011 #11 Apr 3, 2011 baz tard robadub baz tard robadub 13,624 posts Since Dec 22, 2002 this is a fucking pain in the arse ! :mad: baz tard, Apr 3, 2011 #12 Apr 3, 2011 baz tard robadub baz tard robadub 13,624 posts Since Dec 22, 2002 ok after transfering 1000s of files to my external i have now narrowed it down to 5 files that wont copy and give this error message, i have also tried putting them on 2 different usb sticks surely it must be something up with the files when 1000s of others have copied accross perfectly ? a_5mith, Apr 4, 2011 #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Music Discussion

Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Getdataback Are you stating there is a chance that Linux Live CD will allow me to copy the same files without the bad sectors issue or is it most likely going to be the same issue?

Perhaps you can check the output of tail /var/log/messages after this happens. My bet is the hard drive is failing. Looks like a bad drive or a bad IDE (/sata) cable. If you want you can take part and help covering the costs by having a look at my profile page.

So I did some research and tried to run some fsck commands with no luck, so I then decided to reinstall omv. Click to expand... If you do not recognize the files/folders close the File Manager window and try another sda icon. I host parts of the omv-extras.org Repository, the OpenMediaVault Live Demo and the pre-built PXE Images.

Yea but if it is due to bad blocks th issues will re-apprear once the block will be in use - maybe you are just using different parts of te HDDs momentarily Quote Report Content Go to Page Top goodenough88 Beginner Posts 10 9 Jan 11th 2015, 1:55pm blublub wrote: 1)Since u re-installed the DMESG/syslog output is lost. They will be remapped to spare ones (apparently you still have some) but if those files you are trying to copy reside partly on those sectors, you might get what you are experiencing. goodenough88 Beginner Posts 10 1 I/O Device Error when copying files Jan 11th 2015, 12:55am Hi All, Just built my very first NAS the other day and I've been setting it up over the past few days. All rights reserved.

Nuendo, Apr 2, 2011 #6 Apr 2, 2011 baz tard robadub baz tard robadub 13,624 posts Since Dec 22, 2002 Nuendo said: ↑ I would seriously start thinking about it, yeah. thx Quote Report Content Go to Page Top subzero79 Moderator Likes Received 463 Posts 5,579 3 Jan 11th 2015, 12:41pm Change the 3tb for 2tb or 4tb if you still can. Is there a way to rescue this file? the interface could be fucked.Click to expand...