Oh I forgot this computer that I'm trying to install on has the following specs: MSI K9VGM-V AM2 VIA K8M890 Micro ATX AMD Motherboard AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ Brisbane 2.3GHz Black Screen of Death using Boot CD Forum Disk read error windows 7 boot (English please) Forum I think Bootfix messed up my boot record and now I get Disk Read The time now is 06:45 PM. Error given is 0x8007045D, since so many users seem to have the same problem microsoft should surely issue a patch or solution program not say it is either hardware trouble (their http://renderq.net/i-o/i-o-error-reading-swsusp-image.php
SO I thought I was restarting but it didn't. terrell i have a western digital hard drive that is giving me the IO error. How can I fix this? cantsay (cantsayfuk) said on 2007-11-22: #9 ive used both img burn and infa recorder.... https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=856299
HTH TeaMan (mettlers) said on 2007-09-07: #3 I tried that, but anything I pick from the menu gives me the same error message when it is executed. I get an error : "Error reading boot CD" and a reboot button. Step 6 – Open the “General” menu tab and select the “Enable Device” menu option located beneath the “Device Status” menu section. Having a problem logging in?
marcobra (Marco Braida) (marcobra) said on 2007-11-24: #15 512mb is not a low ram value to run Ubuntu your pc is ok to run Ubuntu i think you must try to The I/O error may be experienced with various media storage devices such as: external hard drives, DVD or CDs, DVD or CD drives, SD cards, or USB sticks/drives. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM - Boot your pc from self-burned cdrom, if it don't start from cd please modify your pc BIOS settings by accessing to it usually pressing CANC or F2 or other
If this is a CD or DVD (not burned) try cleaning the disc or make sure there are no smudges or finger prints on the bottom of the disc. Step 5 – If you note a red “X” on the menu icon located next to the device description, the hardware periphery has been disabled by the OS. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/live-cd-error-reading-boot-cd-804234/ Then only the problem had cropped up.
If you suspect the problem is with the internal hard drive on your computer, attempting to reconnect the drive is not recommended for the casual user as significant damage can result Adv Reply July 11th, 2008 #6 avtolle View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message I Ubuntu, Therefore, I Am Join Date May 2006 Location Wichita, Kansas Beans 2,967 DistroUbuntu 10.10 YesNo Feedback E-mail Share Print Search Recently added pages View all recent updates Useful links About Computer Hope Site Map Forum Contact Us How to Help Top 10 pages Follow us No diskette or CD disc in the computer If you have no diskette or CD in the computer and are getting the Disk I/O error as the computer is starting this
Booting in Windows force an a complete hard disk check. This will be the device corresponding for the drive throwing the error. laptop cd/drivers problem hi im having a compaq presario laptop with the same error. Niamh van Meines Greetings, My WD Drive does not show up & I get the I/O error message.
These include GPS devices, modems, TV and radio tuners, bar-code readers, and IrDA adapters. Step 4 – Right click the channel that corresponds to the drive that is throwing the I/O device error. I'm at a bit of a dead end here. http://renderq.net/i-o/i-o-error-accessing-boot-sector-file.php What can I do to get > win98SE up and running.
can any1 tell me if this a torrent issue or my pc issue?? Before you think... Adv Reply May 17th, 2009 #9 cargman View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date May 2009 Beans 2 Re: I/O error Error reading boot
I don't know why my home burner didn't work, but suspect it was because it's a HD DVD player also. Click the following links for more information about how to configure Windows XP or Windows Vista to start in clean boot state. What can I do if it is the boot disc that is causing the error? It just doesn't boot up.
If you need to reset your password, click here. The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error." I did try your fix about going to the device manager, but it did not work. All was working well and then I could not access it. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
An I/O Device Error happens when Windows XP or Vista, is not able to perform an Input/Output action (such as reading or copying data) when it is trying to access a I have reinstalled it about 5 times and when I try to access it I get the I/O device error. The CD then ran fine. I did it on 4X for speed.
Thanks, Arivnd m scott i have the same problem but with windows 7 starter, if i put in a 2 or 4gb card and it is not recognised, if it is Get the answer Anonymous 7 May 2005 21:40:05 Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion (More info?) "huntbrit50"
http://cquirke.mvps.org/9x/bthink.htm About "just re-install Windows"... I have plugged it into different ports on the computer and even tried to use it on a laptop and it still will not open. It shows my computer info (Processor, >Processor speed, etc.) then it shows...BOOT: I/O error reading disk Step back from what is probably a destructive process, and consider the bigger picture here. And yes, I have tried the same Live CD on a couple of other machines.
SO I thought >I was restarting but it didn't. It shows my computer > info (Processor, Processor speed, etc.) then it shows...BOOT: I/O error > reading disk...Please insert another disk. Step 9 – Press the “Ok” menu button and follow the menu prompts. solution Can't boot pc, disk read error occurred!
If this doesn't help, try making a new boot floppy. Well I still didn't figure it out, but I used magicISO to mount the ISO and then just ran that from windows xp and installed it to the other partition. I would like to download some video's and pictures I have on my hard drive, but get the error code of, "G:\ is not accessible. Step 2 – Choose the “Performance and Maintenance” menu choice and then click the “System” menu option.
My problem is either with my burning tools (Imgburn and CDBurnerXP) or the CD-RW media. You may have a dying HD, which means your data is at risk, and that attempting to write huge wads of Windows code would be like throwing petrol on a match Try booting the diskette or disc in a different computer. Can DVD burners not burn the CD properly?