Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. PerfectDisk 8... Might be worth leaving memory >> test to run for a few hours just to see before taking things apart. Follow 2 answers 2 Report Abuse Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
Have >> at least 2 machines on which bad memory caused all manner of apparently >> hardware related errors, maybe because "Timing" is very critical. No blue screen appears after, just a freeze up. Sorry >>> if this does no good, but it's easier than tearing out the drives (and >>> handfuls of hair)... >>> >>> Charlie >> >> Thanks for that suggestion, I don't
I've even had the computer try to fix it, but the message still keeps popping up. There seems to be no current fix for this but there is a workaround that may work for you. I own and operate a media company and this machine is my primary machine for production. Sorry >> if this does no good, but it's easier than tearing out the drives (and >> handfuls of hair)... >> >> Charlie > > Thanks for that suggestion, I don't
I have run Windows Checkdsk on the hard drive and > again, no problem was found. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for tech news and trends Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource Center About Us Who We Once you're here, on the left hand side under storage go to disk management. https://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20110704111610AABmPdO If not, then you can download a utilty from your drive vendor. 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Storage 1 Storage Hardware 1 Message Accepted Solution by:P2705862010-07-14 At the moment
Live Photo Gallery SATA Port Legacy or Native IDE mode?My motherboard has the option "Set SATA Port 0~3 to operate at IDE mode." The default is Legacy, which seems a bit The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Back to top #5 deecaadf deecaadf Topic Starter Members 3 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:14 PM Posted 10 February 2010 - 04:22 PM Yes, I am running Vista 64 Back to I'm 100% sure it was the overclocking of the cpu that >was causing the problem.
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I will be forever grateful for any advice you can lend to me. PS - I just wrote you the same thing in email. I keep getting RAID Access Failure error messages: Access failure: Critical error on disk ST3500630AS (Port: SATA 1.0). or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
What does 'critical error' message mean when I'm trying to access my email.? Check It Out Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity DELL Precision T7400 won't boot from DVD 12 47 56d Cloned HDD 34 56 19d How to change synology RAID settings The stripe drives status shows as healthy.
It has these sessions where it will constantly spam it to me and then it'll got away for about 5 minutes and come back. I noticed my hard drive activity is virtually non-existent during this load process. I have run Windows Checkdsk on the hard drive and >> again, no problem was found. I do have a full server case with a lot of cooling on the cpu.
on what it was or how to fix it. Its actually gotten a lot colder here! Have >>> at least 2 machines on which bad memory caused all manner of apparently >>> hardware related errors, maybe because "Timing" is very critical. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Tutorials Advanced Search Forum Vista Newsgroup Archive Vista Newsgroups Vista General Critical Error On
Vista General Adding e-SATA Drive Changes Physical Disk 0 in Logical Disk Manager - Any Problem?I am running Vista Ultimate 32-bit on a SCSI boot drive, which shows correctly as Physical I even overclocked the cpu again and this is the second day now that no errors were reported in the event logs. Vista hardware & devices Adding e-SATA Drive Changes Physical Disk 0 in Logical Disk Manager - Any Problem?I am running Vista Ultimate 32-bit on a SCSI boot drive, which shows correctly Also I am using the approved latest >> drivers from Nvidia. >> >> If anyone knows what is happening here and the fix, please let me >> know. >> Thanks, >>
I know when I set it up I tested it and it >worked fine but maybe when I updated the bios it changed something. > >Al > Just a correction; Turns Either way, the hard drive might be failing, try doing a SMART test on it Reply 26th September 2009 Post #9 GuruCombine July 2009 303 Posts I got the same error So for about three months I was running fine and then I would start getting random freezes. The blue "thinking" circle keeps flickering next to cursor for no apparent reason.
I currently have 4 x 500GB sata drives which are striped into 1 big drive. Reply 26th September 2009 Post #3 Yumyumbublegum Gold Member January 2009 8,171 Posts Do you have two harddrives in RAID? If anyone can shed some light on this it would be GREATLY appreciated.Here is a link I found on the subject:http://forums.nvidia.com/lofiversion/index.php?t27459.htmlA lot of it I don't understand and talks about things Sorry >if this does no good, but it's easier than tearing out the drives (and >handfuls of hair)... > >Charlie Thanks for that suggestion, I don't think it is my memory
Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? But do see if the message goes away. I am getting a message of critical disk failure drive d. ... All of these would be displayed as a volume from the RAID controller.
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