Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by tronic592001, Jul 26, 2007.
I get this now can someone help,
First off, if not already done, I would address the possibility of "Bad Sectors" being the cause by running chkdsk D:/r from the Windows Command Prompt.
Yes first thing i done, and there was no errors then i uninstaled acronis and reinstalled same error message after reinstalling.
I think it started when i created a SZ playing about with it,finaly decided not to have a SZ Uninstalled the SZ and this problem started.
Personaly i think the only way out is to reformate the C: and D: but would like to now a better way if you or someone nows. any way thanks for the replie.
If the secure zone still existed or some unallocated space was left behind these areas would not have been examined by CHKDSK. I presume that as well as running CHKDSK R you took the message at face value and had a good look at any running applications just in case the message was literally true. If you do have any such perhaps you could list them and the penny might drop.
Can you remember what you tried when "playing around" with the secure zone? I use the secure zone all the time and have deleted it and reinstated it several times with no problems. It is important to use the manage secure zone wizard for making any changes or removing the zone. Though if you do not the worst that usually happens is that you will find you will have some unallocated space appear where the zone once was. This is easily repaired.
I am not up to date with clock speeds for P4 processors but your speed suggests some over-clocking. TI, I gather, does not take too well to overclocking so you could try turning down the Wick and see if will then run properly.
clock speed ok I just jugled the numbers..
playing around as in uninstall install.
had V 937 since 10 08 05
but ile run chk dsk again...
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Acronis Support thank you very much went as far as acronis drivers installed them and rebooted, wala all is ok..
thank you again.
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