Browse other questions tagged windows hard-drive ntfs or ask your own question. I even tried logging in safe mode but that was also unsuccessful. Here is an post about reading the results… http://html5.litten.com/accessing-and-assessing-a-hard-drives-s-m-a-r-t-data/ James Heinz • February 15th, 2013 at 1:30 pm Hi James! James JP • January 14th, 2013 at 5:04 am Thanks, James! http://orgias.org/i-o-device/i-o-device-error-cd-dvd-drive.html
So then I tried with DiskPart, but the same formatting error occurred ("the request could not be performed because of an i/o device error"). We have over 200000 karaoke songs that we use with our karaoke software please help..I can not afford all the data recovery software programs that are out there and I know there is a way I can do it myself with some help. My WD 1TB external hard drive stopped being recognised in Windows and when I checked there was no file system. CHKDSK did state repairing the bad sectors may damage the files more, but at the same time I am assuming there is a chance the repairs may make the files better? http://html5.litten.com/how-to-fix-external-disk-drive-suddenly-became-raw/
I'll never buy a mybook hard disk again thanks for opinions/help everybody 10-02-2010, 09:02 PM #4 itechsupportguy Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2009 Posts: 77 OS: winxp pro sp3, vista home premium, ubuntu 10.04 LTS, osx 10.4.11 Glad you got what you needed off it. « Help needed determining if my harddrive is compatible with this device. | please help with my crashed hard drive » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is on Smilies are on [IMG] code is on HTML code is OffTrackbacks are Off Pingbacks are Off Refbacks are Off Forum Rules » Recent Discussions ZTE Paragon Where can I Download a Legit Copy... I then tried to run chkdsk on it, but chkdsk doesn't work with RAW. To make things easy, I'll just refer to this as the START button.
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James Melissa • February 3rd, 2013 at 2:30 am I am trying to use the other method… But I was not able to mount my bad device… Is there any way to do it? I/o Device Error Fix sjxfahim Born Posts: 1 3+ Months Ago ICaseI wrote:I believe I stumbled upon a fix to this and just wanted to go around making sure people know how to fix this ridiculous problem.open up the cmd promptI haven't had this happen with Win 7 so I'm not sure about that oneolder version of windows select RUN from start menu and type cmdfrom there type "chkdsk X: /f" no quotes and replace X with whatever drive it is.It should perform a scan and once complete should work just like new!YAY!!!!!!Peace, Love, HarmonyThat method works! Instructions can be found here. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/566229/io-device-error/ So back to Linux I went, and I only had to go as far as Quick Search to see all my folders.
Dr S Vijay Kumar • February 21st, 2013 at 8:21 am Sir, i had a similar complaint with my hard disc with two partition. I/o Device Error Internal Hard Drive James Melissa • February 2nd, 2013 at 11:59 pm I didn't find 2 partition after the deeper search, and my file format was in NTFS. I thought something was fishy when I saw 2 disks that were pretty much identical (my SSDs) I thought one was my old HDD that had failed and was pretty much just trying to recover files that weren't there. Step3.
The hard disk drive being used in this example is too damaged to do this but there is another article with instructions here that uses a drive that while not visible in Windows was accessible with a Linux LiveCD. I/O device error" message. How To Fix Raw Drive admin • February 2nd, 2013 at 5:18 pm Hi Michelle What step did you get to above before having difficulty? Chkdsk Is Not Available For Raw Drives Windows 7 it happen to any computer.So I guess the Ext HD is the problem.I run Regcure and follow protocol (ATA/ATAP en PIO Only) to fix this problem but nothing.I have a lot of stuff on my ext HD so how can I fix my ext HD.thanks ICaseI Born Posts: 2 3+ Months Ago I believe I stumbled upon a fix to this and just wanted to go around making sure people know how to fix this ridiculous problem.open up the cmd promptI haven't had this happen with Win 7 so I'm not sure about that oneolder version of windows select RUN from start menu and type cmdfrom there type "chkdsk X: /f" no quotes and replace X with whatever drive it is.It should perform a scan and once complete should work just like new!YAY!!!!!!Peace, Love, Harmony bleuyonder2 Born Posts: 1 3+ Months Ago OMG!!
My external disk drive is 500GB Seagate Free Agent Go Flex Drive. news Step5. If the backup still fails and you receive error 0x8007045D, then you might have to resize and shrink your volume by a couple of MBs to move the last cluster of the volume to a different area and then run ChkDsk again. I will if I can find a way and if you should find a way first please respond back I have a lot of files on that hard drive that I can't replace. Raw Drive Recovery
Repeated the process several times - nothing, Windows still won't read the external disk. Windows XP Windows 7 DO NOT FORMAT THE DRIVE When attempting to access the drive in Windows you may see a message asking you to format the drive DO NOT FORMAT THE DRIVE You need to format the disk in drive before you can use it.
Do you want to format it?
Another error that you may see when trying to access the drive in Windows from a program or the command line is… This volume does not contain a recognized file system. found directions on how to fix that problem with "chkdsk" but don't understand ha;f of the directions lol! have a peek at these guys This often happens when the records determining the filesystem type or location on the disk are damaged or corrupted, usually the partition table or the boot sector.
Windows 7 Professional Product Key... I/o Device Error 0x8007045d thank you More about : external hard drive error phil22 a c 82 G Storage 4 February 2013 20:08:41 an i/o device error is almost always faulty hardware. I had some 100gb of data..and all work.
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When i connect it to my laptop, "my computer" starts to not respond. "I:/ is not accessible. I'm assuming that you are running TestDisk in Windows. If it is a new blank drive, this technique should not help you recover anything. check my blog James rwin • March 17th, 2013 at 4:30 pm Hi james, thanks for your reply, i’ve do a deeper search, but my partition detected as “invalid NTFS or EXFAT boot”, what does it mean??