There is also a "SeaTools for DOS" that allows you to create a bootable CD or diskette to boot from and run the tests. For example, my boyfriend is a grad school student in the middle of an important project with a deadlne, and as is usually the case, his computer crashed at the worst Close Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent - check your email addresses! AChimp View Public Profile Send a private message to AChimp Visit AChimp's homepage!
thc… Not sure what you mean by "there's no command". It's now time to work with the best-effort file that you saved earlier and, depending on what kind of file it is, try to recover the contents. I have important data in that drive. BTW, the computer involved is running WinXP Pro SP3.
I took your advice and run the chkdsk and fix it. Chkdsk seems to go into an infinite loop. VERY IMPORTANT: comments that do not add to the discussion - typically spammy, off-topic, or content-free comments - will be removed. Avoid using the problem system for anything other than running the tests.
Here is cmd-text: C:Documents and SettingsKikki.KIKKIS.000My DocumentsAzureus DownloadsEl Lab erinto Del Fauno[DVDRip][Spanish][www.FanCluBT.com]>copy *[www.FanCluBT.com].avi nul El Laberinto Del Fauno [DVDRip][Spanish][www.FanCluBT.com].avi 1 file(s) copied. On the tools tab, select Error Checking and click check now. Ed Reply Rashin Wurie October 9, 2008 at 1:59 pm Hello leo. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/129887-Cannot-Delete-File-Because-of-CRC Sunday, August 17, 2008 3:11 PM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Well, that's good advice kariya, but how do I do that? (look through the mount points)
Alternativly there could be a command line switch which disables CRC while performing the delete operation. __________________ Quote: Originally Posted by bigtimecow japan MetalMilitia View Public Profile Send a private message The net result is that after running SpinRite on the drive, it will either recover the sectors and you'll have a good, working hard disk once again, or it won't - and you'll Glad you got er' fixed! Reply Naveen January 5, 2012 at 8:04 pm Thanks a lot for the above solution.
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Once again, in the Command Prompt: Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp. More about the author I will be running Chkdsk /r again tonight. Thanks Sumit Try this article: What's the best registry cleaner?- Leo15-Oct-2008 Reply Garth October 14, 2008 at 10:03 am I tried the xcopy but it gave an "Access denied" message. If this succeeds, the problem is not actually with the file itself, but the location you were trying to copy it to.
I copied each folder seperately. It's always something. For full access please Register. check my blog Thank you for helping me see the tree trough the forest.
If this doesn't work hold the windows/start button on your keyboard and press the letter "R". Very often running a tool like SpinRite will both recover the data (something giving up will not do), and refresh the media such that the bad areas are either repaired (magnetic Same advice as LH but try in Safe Mode.
It's pretty clear: If this copy fails, then we've confirmed that the bad sector on your hard disk is actually being used by some portion of your file." Leo, PLEASE read We probably need a test of this program on Win7 beta. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? What's more, I found your webpage because I googled for "hard disk error bad sector cyclical redundancy", so I wasn't even looking for Outlook related information.
CRC errors happen when there's a bad spot on the media of your hard disk. many thanks, Kniht Peter Miles, Feb 19, 2011 #5 kniht Joined: May 7, 2006 Messages: 1,763 Thanks, Peter Miles, for the compliment, but no genius, I just get lucky now Copied files to another partition. http://ebprovider.com/cannot-delete/cannot-delete-file-file-system-error.php And lastly what article at the top of this page are you refering to that I should read or this post will be ignored, I clicked on "Read the article at
They also make "shredder" programs that permanantly delete a file without having to send it to the recycle bin (it breaks the file apart or something then deletes it) . Did you read the article you just commented on? All Programs, Accessories has the Windows Command Prompt.05-Sep-2011 Reply Natoya Rose September 16, 2011 at 4:13 pm SpinRite won't work if the hard drive of the machine you are using No, create an account now.
Thanks in advance As the article states, it's likely a problem with the hard disk on that computer.16-Oct-2010 Reply Red October 30, 2010 at 11:50 pm Hi, I am facing But I do have a problem. Notenboom has been playing with computers since he was required to take a programming class in 1976. Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. %d bloggers like this: Sign in Microsoft.com United States (English) Australia (English)Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Danmark (Dansk)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France
Or is the next step to try and repair through something like SpinRite or Outlook PST Repair? please help me.Oh,and also i tryed to use my recovery disc,and it went 1/2way and an error poped up please help me. but I want to ask you that is there a software to fix it? Up till now, my computer hasn't had any problems and now this.
Interestingly, I never got any crc errors with any other file on this harddisk and I don't even use Outlook very much (hardly at all in fact). It saved my 8 GB PST file which was stored in a bad sector location of the HDD. Looking for a better solution, I found Roadil's Unstoppable Copier. post edited by yorolpal - 2009/11/30 16:58:22 https://soundcloud.com/doghouse-riley/trackshttps://doghouseriley1.bandcamp.com Where you come from is gone...where you thought you were goin to weren't never there...and where you are ain't no good unless you