I am at wit's end with these problems and really want to be able to use Windows 7, but these were not issues I was having with XP last week and The driver detetected a controller error on \Device\Harddisk1\DR1 However, my laptop is functioning perfectly. OS seems to silently recover from this problem 10 to 60 seconds later, which is really strange in my book – considering that user isn’t even alerted to this serious atapi Poblano Mar 25, 2015 Candice7702 Non Profit, 251-500 Employees This is all well and good... http://ngogeeks.com/windows-7/windows-7-media-center-disk-full-error.php
x 307 Anonymous I got this error in my event viewer along with these: Event ID: 129 Source: HpCISSs2 Description: Reset to device, \Device\RaidPort0, was issued. I will follow the suggestions here to see what happens Kevin Mar 06, 2012 @ 17:23:24 I have been dealing with this same problem and have checked everything and I to It seems to be only 1 drive at a time that will throw this error. 1)THE DRIVES HAVE ALL BEEN VERIFIED CLEAN WITH MULTIPLE CHKDSKS 2)THE MOTHERBOARD ON THE SERVER HAS There is no authoritative list of USB drives compatible with different versions of Windows Server; however, the Windows Small Business Server (SBS) team has compiled a list of USB drives and
If you are in a budget crunch, one potential workaround is to slow down your HD to use different PIO. for a long time. There are many motherboards starting at just $50 and in most cases it will improve overall performance and stability for you, even if you keep the same CPU and other components. The old IDE cables are superior to this new stuff.
Stats Reported 7 years ago 17 Comments 48,680 Views Other sources for 11 crypt32 Microsoft-Windows-Wininit KDC Microsoft-Windows-RPC-Events Microsoft-Windows-CAPI2 Credential Vault Host Storage Credential Vault Host Control Service Lsi_sas See More Others Expand storage on the left and select disk management. I checked and saw that it has Western-Digital Hard-drive, and went to their support site to download free utility. x 281 Anonymous If you have a server with SCSI drives and see a lot of EventIDs 11 and 15, this is a known issue and a hotfix has been released
Is the Momentum Operator a Postulate? Adi R May 13, 2012 @ 15:00:20 Since this post is still very popular, and because I went through 2 more hard-drive since then, here's what I want to add: Statistically, I even bought a new HDD yesterday as I thought for sure it was that. See MSW2KDB for more details on this event.
Does this have any impact on performance?? I don't know if the issue is the HDD's, I surely hope not because that means we our out all of that data. There are multiple USB drives plugged in, and the drive that detects the error varies. Either way not a good thing.
Yes it is the USB Called an HD as a throw back to when PC's had floppy drives. thanks Monday, February 15, 2010 7:43 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I am also suffering from this issue on my laptop. Despite showing no errors, I narrowed the problem down to one particular model of removable Hard Drive (Seagate Freeagent 300gb GO drive). Event ID: 24800 Source: Cissesrv Description: Logical drive 1 configured on array controller [Embedded] returned a fatal error during a read/write request from/to the volume.
Brad Adi R Jun 08, 2012 @ 03:03:53 Sorry to hear there are troubles. Check This Out Resolution: Remove or replace the faulty hard drive. I'll swap out that drive and see if the error goes away. 0 Jalapeno OP ToledoTown May 7, 2013 at 7:08 UTC Any update on this? Otherwise I can only second and applaud your comments.... 0 Pimiento OP bobwright2 Nov 26, 2014 at 10:46 UTC 1st Post here is the problem with the Microsoft
Since I posted that article I have seen the same error on multiple other computers, and in all cases root cause was hard-drive that is acting up with Misaligned HEAD and/or Hope this helps. To solve the error, a full SMART scan with repair (reallocation of unstable sectors) should be performed. http://ngogeeks.com/windows-7/wmi-error-fix-windows-7.php After a while the D: drive failed.
Do you have any exclamation points/error icons in Device Manager? Sure enough we received the error "The driver detected a controller error on \Device\Ide\IdePort0", after a close review we also got one for each HD in the machine (there are 5), This eventually morphed into consistent BSODs after resuming from sleep.
Heat can cause HDD to fail early, which is likely what you are seeing. Not relevant as my drives already were assigned letters and are not even visible in Disk Management. 5) Checking the power supply to ensure that there is enough power to sustain On this server I have internal RAID volumes, an external iSCSI drive (DroboPro), and several USB 2.0 hard drives attached. have a peek here Sorry for not following up on this...
x 263 Anonymous Replacing the IDE cable helped me to fix this error. The utilities I tried from the Shareware/Free space are Ashampoo HDD Control 2 (Free to try, but can be a bit ‘spammy' - http://download.cnet.com/Ashampoo-HDD-Control/3000-2086_4-10929035.html) and HDD Scan (free - http://hddscan.com/). Changed Write Policy from Write Back to Write Through - the event stopped popping up. On wake from sleep (eg in the morning by pressing the power button), Isometimes get a singleEvent ID 11 logged.
This took care of the errors in Event Viewer. i was re instaling windows,still shown. Few days ago a fresh HDD became available (separate long story), so I tried replacing the “dying” HD. We have backup image failures on the drive that gives error If I understand correctly...
Sonora Mar 18, 2011 ClimbGuy Finance, 1-50 Employees We also see this logged only when external usb drives are attached or removed from a windows 2000 box.
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