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I replaced the the system disk, one of the UDMA drives, (Windows XP) with a new Seagate drive and thought reasonably that I should use cable select as the method of Now I get the error "a disk read error occurred, press CTRL+ALT+DEL" when trying to boot. I don't use the Advanced edition. Erin Hasenkamp Mar 05, 2006, 03:37pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List Edited: Mar 05, 2006, 03:38pm EST >>Re: A Disk Read http://darrenmanning.com/disk-read/disk-read-error-occurred-ghost.html

I have not submitted a ticket because everything I'm reading is it will be a lost cause..........I'd like to just get my $40 back..... Remove the battery and then place it back again after 10 minutes. Then defrag your hdd, if that fails verify cache. Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Software.All Rights Reserved. http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/disk-read-error-booting-after-ghost-12-clone

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There was a slightly newer version of my BIOS available but I have a hunch that if I had only refreshed the the settings in the CMOS console that alone might The thing that cured it for me was flashing the BIOS and refreshing the settings in the CMOS console. I dont want to risk that....all i need it to get the info off my computer then ill wipe it and start over....but i dont want to do that with out Newsletter A weekly newsletter featuring an editorial and a roundup of the latest articles, news and other interesting topics.

I have Matrox 160 GB sata drive and I have this effing problem too. However, the original culprit I believe lies in the SATA drive and SATA controller card that I installed. I can install Windows XP from scratch and it works like a champ. Hard Disk Read Error On Boot Just hover your mouse over the icon. #8 broken.

What I DID: I cloned a partition (after shrinking it to fit the target drive) containing a working Win7 system onto another machine. I guess Clonezilla messes up the partition table in some way, maybe simply rebuilding it would suffice. @trgrassijr55 I have done this successfully many times on quite heterogen systems. The target machine has one HDD, containing two partitions, a small recovery partition and a large system partition. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/304464/after-restoring-a-ghost-image-computer-boots-to-a-disk-read-error-occured-press-ctrl-alt-del-to-restart/ I have tried EVERYTHING in this thread with the exception of changing the LBR setting in the laptop BIOS, because there is no such setting in this Compaq EVO Laptop's BIOS.

You replaced the quadro with the gtx 680? Disk Read Error On Startup Thanks you very very much, you saved my weekend. Covered by US Patent. The solution: a BIOS update!

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After the umpteenth time of taking the case apart and looking at the system, it dawned on me that the two hard disks were awfully close to one another. internet In the process of the restore the non-functioning drive came back to live and my drive letters got screwed up. Disk Read Error On Boot Up Windows Xp After the CTRL ALT DEL problem I put my "C" drive back onto a new IDE drive and let the SATA drive be another letter through the SATA controller card. Hp Disk Read Error On Boot Up You can get that error if it's full too.

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OK here was the point I had come to before in which after more lost hours of playing with the Bios setting checking and rechecking cable connections I just reinstalled XP There are some earlier posts in this thread from folks who had success doing just that. so it isn't my image, because her original image doesn't even work. his comment is here I hope all of this helps some one save some time.

Press CTRL ALT DEL to restartPossible solution found! A Disk Read Error Occurred Fix Replaced the cables. Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart" error.

I had the same problems, where a clean XP install on a brand new Seagate IDE drive would fail after reboot (Dimension 8250, so an older machine but still usable).

Press CTRL ALT DEL to restart" Now I've read all this thread but when I do CHKDSK /R it stays on 0% completed for ages? Press CTRL ALT DEL to restartProblem + fixed (only 6 hours wasted!) Well, one day i decided to change my cluster size of my windows partition to 16KB (i know, i I had upgraded to a new SATA drive as my "C" drive which required installing an SATA controller card. A Disk Read Error Occurred Press Ctrl+alt+del To Restart As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged

This couldn't be the issue anyway, since her original image has not changed, and the LBR settings could not have changed from the image being uploaded, and redownloaded with no modification.. I know the MBR was not changed at all during the changes I have made to my PC, so it is not that. I've noticed something interesting. weblink Select Properties, then the Local Files tab.

nothing overclocked.......everything updated.....just one of those things.PS: 300GB of space left on HD #3 BuzzardBee View Profile View Posts 6 May, 2014 @ 7:08pm Is your game installed to Drive C? or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. More >> You Are Here: / Forums / Hard Drives / Getting rid of "A Disk Read Error Occured. THE CAUSE?

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Top Login to post comments Fri, 2010-11-19 13:40 #4 Daniel Pedrosa Offline Beginner To give you an idea of how close I am talking about, I could probably barely slide a piece of paper between the two. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? My question is has anyone heard of msiden32.exe and if it would cause the A Disk Read Error Occured message?

To my great suprise the machine booted as if nothing ever happened, all programs and connections still working. I wasn't worried about losing data so reinstalled XP on NTFS but got the same error.