Error occurred while scanning MBR sector of the 2. physical disk. Error reading secto

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  1. Anhydrous

    Anhydrous Registered Member

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    Can anyone tell me what the deal is with this? I have not seen this on my pc before today but,I have installed many reatil copies onto customers comps and several say this same message and now I see it on mine.

    I have only had this HDD for about 2 months at most so I doubt its the HDD so I'm leaning towards the possibility of a boot sector virus but would rather hear from you guys what it is for sure. Thanks in advance guys/gals ;)
     
  2. ASpace

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    Hi . This is not a boot sector virus . This appears because NOD32 cannot scan the second boot boot sector . If you have an music player or copies/printer plugged , NOD32 cannot detect boot sectors in them and cannot scan them . And the error comes . Try to scan with unplugged devices and you'll see it ;)
     
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    Re: Error occurred while scanning MBR sector of the 2. physical disk. Error reading s

    Ok,that makes sense for my pc but what about all my customers that I install NOD32 on? I certainly dont have my printer connected to their pc's and some times not all,I am reinstalling the OS and then installing NOD32,so their isnt any mp3 players or printers connected,any reason why this would occur ? Thanks again for the fast response. :)
     
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  5. Anhydrous

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    Re: Error occurred while scanning MBR sector of the 2. physical disk. Error reading s

    thnx for the link m8.

    The card reader cleared it all up for me.All the pc's that the customers had that error on also had card readers.Thanks a ton.I owe ya one ;)
     
  6. ASpace

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    No problem Anhydrous . You are welcome ! :D :D
     
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