We can check the status of the log files through Window’s own Event Viewer application. You’ll be able to see all the error logs on the screen. Locate the error events at the time of the last BSOD. Sometimes you need to see an event in context rather than filtering it. To find an event, select View, Find from the main menu, and select or enter the search criteria. The Find dialog box resembles the Filter dialog box.
I am facing same error…..i did every trial what you have mentioned above. ….please help me….i have my thesis file in laptop. Popped the HDD in another machine, worked just fine.
In Windows 10 and Windows 8, this was removed as part of Microsoft’s effort to simplify the OS, same as the updated Blue Screen appearance. Chkdsk, or rather autochk.exe when it runs during the boot sequence now shows only the percent complete. It can be confusing and intimidating for the regular user. But we will see how to navigate it quickly and see only the required logs, in this case, the results of the disk check. The only way to ensure that we are on the safer side is to take regular backups of our data and keep on monitoring the health of the system especially the digital media.
Solution 7:Send the external hard drive to local data recovery company
1.8 Once the scan is complete, Windows will inform you if it detected any errors, and if so, whether it was able to successfully repair errors without requiring a restart. 1.2 Click This PC, located on the left side panel. On the center panel, under Devices and drives, storage devices are displayed. Connect your hard drive with a SATA cable instead of a USB cable to start with.
- The reason it shows an I/O error is because you can’t make a filesystem on a whole drive.
- With the utility now running type at the DISKPART prompt list volume as shown below.
- Chkdsk is a command that can be run to verify the logical integrity of the file system.
It’s also possible your ssd just has a bad control board that likes to glitch every now and then, possibly due to heat, possibly just because. Run a pass of crystaldiskinfo and post a screenshot of the results. It’s so infrequent that it’s hard to spot a pattern as to when it occurs. I can say that it only ever happens when my daughter is playing Sims 4, which she plays for an hour or two most evenings. This is the only time the h/w is “pushed” at all.
How to Read the Event Log
Then type the following command sfc /scannow in Command Prompt window and press Enter. There is a space between sfc and /scannow, please do not miss it. This issue you are experiencing could be due to hard drive issues, failed updates, as well as the bloated Windows registry. But if you think it’s too slow or you need to back up the entire hard disk data, you can try third-party software to clone/copy disk data with ease.
Viewing Events Logs in Event Viewer
Upon restarting, you’ll boot to the hard drive. Configure the keyboard layout, privacy choices, and other settings as you prefer to complete the setup process. That’s all I want to say about how to fix the Window can’t repair this drive/check program error. Of course, there are other possible fixes like running a diagnostic tool and a clean install of Windows. You may follow them step by step to try to solve the problem yourself. If still not sure what to do, seek a qualified assistance.
In fact, there remains controversy as to whether QDOS was more or less plagiarized from early versions of CP/M code. Digital Research released CP/M-86 a few months after MS-DOS, and it was offered as an alternative to MS-DOS and Microsoft’s licensing requirements, but at a higher price. MS-DOS originally supported the simple .COM, which was modeled after a similar but binary-incompatible format known from CP/M-80. CP/M-86 instead supported a relocatable format using the file extension .CMD to avoid name conflicts with CP/M-80 and MS-DOS .COM files. MS-DOS version 1.0 added a more advanced relocatable .EXE executable file format. Formatting does fix the read/ write error in SD card, but it also removes all the photos and videos saved in the SD card.