Harddisk-Error ???

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by Friedhelm, Sep 13, 2004.

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  1. Friedhelm

    Friedhelm Guest

    Hello,

    for few days i have bought TI8
    yesterday i have restored my systempartition
    with the emergency-cd.
    and i have got the error message :
    Cannot read track 0 on harddisk 0
    Norton Diskdoctor found no errors
    and your previous version ti7 build 634 found
    no errors too
    Could you explain me the reason ?

    Regards
    Friedhelm
     
  2. foghorn

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    I have come across something similar, but crucially you did not say whether your restore worked or not.

    In my case, the restore worked fine, but I got a similar error to you early on in the restore wizard.

    Thanks to contributors to this forum, I found it was a card reader without a card in. Acronis correctly sees the device as a 'disk' but cannot read from it because it has been 'removed'.
     
  3. Friedhelm

    Friedhelm Guest

    Hello Foghorn,

    yes, my restore ended successfully too.
    I´ve got the error is in the german version.

    Do you mean the error comes from card-reader ?
    I have a new pc and in it is a card-reader...

    I will check this...

    Regards

    Friedhelm
     
  4. foghorn

    foghorn Registered Member

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    I am saying that TI will say that there is an error with a Card Reader which does not have a card in it. This is quite reasonable, since it is trying to scan all available 'drives' at the time. It then discovers that it cannot read from the card reader and displays an interpretation of this in terms of disk sectors.

    This does not mean that there is anything wrong with the card reader, just that acronis expects to be able to read from all disks it finds.
     
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