But, repeated failures to complete check disk is a sign the drive needs to be replaced. I back up immediately, 20 years of tech has taught me a few things anyway. Let me point out that you found an *extremely* old message to reply to. Back-up all your data immediately. my review here
I have an old back up of some stuff. 20 years of computer use tells me the drive is not failing. Zilpha said: ↑ I really don't understand the hostility. If you don't know the manufacturer of the hard drives name and hard drive number/name Open up help and support and search for "using device manager" Open the + for disk I back up immediately, 20 years of tech has taught me a few things anyway.
There is no relationship between cookies temp files, concerning scandisk. A message will pop up saying that Error Checking will run after you restart the computer, so......Restart the computer. It reports no bad sectors because it has no bad sectors!!!
CHKDSK will now run. Regards, Joel Jul 20, 2010 #24 tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,409 +109 Take the HDD out and stick into another system with the same OS and run the CHKDSK Basically there is no indication whatsoever of any problem or data loss. Usn Journal verification completed.
If the drive > >> is currently in use, a message asks if you want to reschedule > >> the disk checking for the next time you restart your computer. Join the community here. Deleting index entry pp_gradyface_1b8aeeaaa006f0663de471e85ca08884.jpg in index $I30 of file 228429. Let us know. > > Wes > MS-MVP Windows Shell/User > > In news:[email protected], > TMacK
When I read your OP and the symptoms, I too immediately thought "Physical issues". Index entry pp_gradyface_1b8aeeaaa006f0663de471e85ca08884.jpg of index $I30 in file 0x37c4d points to unused file 0x2157c. All that backing up would have probably worn the drive out by now anyway!! (thus proving it was failing - lol) Jul 18, 2010 #8 superty12 TS Enthusiast Posts: 413 I have just reread your post and I will try seagates tools.
We've got dancing paperclips." 20-10-2009,05:13 PM #3 feersumendjinn View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Crossmember Join Date Feb 2007 Location J'ville Posts 2,562 Re: Scandisk unable to complete You may I don;t know if it found anything I don;t think it leaves a log? Jul 18, 2010 #7 esbo TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 102 ruready2 said: ↑ Ok then.. All rights reserved. © IDG Communications
When it's finished, (This process can take quite a while depending on the size of your disk, etc.), it will boot back to normal Windows. http://webjak.net/windows-was/windows-was-unable-to-complete-the-check-disk.html Jul 19, 2010 #15 Zilpha TS Enthusiast Posts: 319 Esbo, it sounds to me like you are unwilling to accept the fact that your hard drive might just have physical issues. internet options under control panel is for Internet explorer Firefox is a separate browser and yes it will require you to clear cookies, temp files and ect...... When that loads, click on the "Tools" tab, then click on the "Check Now" button in the "Error Checking" section.
Windows has finished checking your disk. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Now for some reason it doesn't complete phase 2. get redirected here Back-up all your data immediately.
Shouting there is somethign wrong with the drive when there clearly is not and you have no evidence to support your view is silly. Jul 19, 2010 #13 esbo TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 102 ruready2 said: ↑ This is nothing more than a file check. Deleting index entry pp_gradyface_1b8aeeaaa006f0663de471e85ca08884.jpg in index $I30 of file 228429.
Cleaning up 2598 unused index entries from index $SDH of file 0x9. to get tto those settings, click on tools tab up at top of browser and click on private data. 11-02-2008, 06:28 AM #4 jaaay Registered Member Join Date: This is no surprise as I got quite a lot of reboots when I had bad ram. Plain and simple.
Don't do it every day. I was all set to try all four suggestions, one at a time. yes, you may not have an issue at this moment, and those making responses to your questions are trying to give some insight to data that you provide. useful reference However I did a "fsutil dirty query C:" and it reported the drive was not dirty.
When I read your OP and the symptoms, I too immediately thought "Physical issues". Click Ok. 4. One of your disks needs to be checked for consistency. If we are unable to resolve your Windows 9x/2000/XP issue, you may be able to find help inMicrosoft's Knowledge Base.
Exi solved Disk Check Error Stuck at 100% Windows 10 won't boot "Repairing disk errors this might take more than an hour to complete" solved Error: cyclic redundancy check in torrent solved Error: Windows was unable to complete the format solved Unable to access secondary HDD after moving to new system (error: "You need to format the disk in drive x..."). Every week I've been doing routine maintenance. Type in cmd and click OK You will be presented with a C: prompt.
Index entry PPC047~1.JPG of index $I30 in file 0x37c4d points to unused file 0x2157c.