Disk I/O disk failure,in hard disk manager suite 2010

Discussion in 'Other Paragon Disk Utilities' started by habs2habs, May 8, 2010.

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  1. habs2habs

    habs2habs Registered Member

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    Please i need your help.

    Since i bought this software i am unable to use it.

    everytime i double click on the icon to open the software an error come up:

    Disk I/O failure

    I/O error on hard disk 1 has occured,what would you like to do

    Whatever i press to :
    Retry the operation
    Ignore the error
    Ignore all error

    The same error keep coming up.

    after trying about 10 times to open up the software ,finally it open up but to my biggest shock:

    on local hard disk,it says:

    local disk
    914GB invalid

    local disk 867GB invalid

    Why i am seeing (invalid).

    I scanned my hardisks for errors:C/D/E/ ,no error found on all of them

    Kindly can you please tell me what is happening,and how to solve the problems please.

    My specification of my pc:
    intel quad core Q6600
    windows 7 home premium
    4gb memory
    window is up to date
    direct x 11
    vapor-x sapphire 1gb memory graphic card

    C:/ operating system
    D:,E; back up hard disk only

    I hope to hear from you very soon

    My kindest regards
    habib
     
  2. SIW2

    SIW2 Registered Member

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    Hi,

    Sounds like there is a problem with the partition geometry.

    Windows Disk management won't notice unless there is an issue with the reported start sector.

    Use Windows Disk management to shrink each partition a tiny bit, 1-2 gb should be enough, then extend each partition out again with windows Disk management.

    Now see what Paragon says.
     
  3. Mech_An

    Mech_An Registered Member

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    habs2habs,

    SIW2 is right - in most common cases the reason is incorrect partitioning.

    Please find four LOG files: "PWLOG.TXT", "STUBACT.LOG", "BioNTlog.TXT" and "CDB.LOG" in "C:\Program Files\Paragon Software\[Program Name]\Program". Add them to archive and attach to your reply. I will look at them and send you detailed instructions to fix the situation.
     
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