I am having the same problem with a *plum* DVD-RAM UJ-840S in a toshiba satellite laptop. So, there was NO issue with the 4.7 Gb space on the DVD-R disk? leted.html Page 1 of 1To Reply to this topic you need to LOGIN or REGISTER. Step 9 – Press the “Ok” menu button and follow the menu prompts. have a peek here
Thank you-susan Nikola When I go to Properties and go to Advanced Settings the only thing that I can do is to uncheck "Enable DMA"…Look … http://prikachi.com/images/940/3158940o.jpg memenode Unchecking "Enable DMA" I'm in the middle of a project so can't be w/o laptop for 3 weeks. iambigjae Born Posts: 1 3+ Months Ago Was wondering if you have solved this issue or if you had to have a dealer do the repair work? Is this related to point (a) above?© Could the problem be caused by trying to burn a video located NOT in my PC but in an external e-SATA drive (connected to Read More Here
If the connection doesn't appear to be the issue, connect the external device to a different computer to see if the same error occurs. never got it resolved. Where do I go from here? thanks.
It keep telling me that there is the I/O error, also my pc starts to huge lag. Sorry for my bad english, but if anyone understood my problem, please help Thanks much for any help on this one. In which case a new drive should solve the problem. The Request Could Not Be Performed Because Of An I/o Device Error If the problem remains, continue to the next paragraph.
LIGHTNING UK! Power Iso I/o Device Error Try these solutions in the following order: Solution 1: Make certain that all cables are connected correctly If the drive is an external drive, make sure that the cable that connects Warning: Do not change the Primary IDE Channel, Device 0, because this is typically the system disk. http://www.5starsupport.com/xp-faq/1-95.htm Just minutes into the attempted burn, an ImgBurn error message came up: "Cannot read from file: J:\Video (The WEST Vol.1)\VIDEO_TS\VIDEO_TS.VOB". [In "MyComputer" in my PC, the external e-SATA drive is "J"
Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... i almost tried everything, also after the article. And also i gotta say if its to any help, that when im trying to install vista with cd, it says press If this solution did not resolve the I/O problem, go to solution 3. If you can’t determine which IDE channel is the appropriate one for the error being thrown on your computer choose the one labeled “Secondary IDE Channel.” Step 5 – Select the
There will be one or many listings for IDE ATA/ATAPI channels available on the computer. In the Properties windows, click the Advanced Settings tab 9. I/o Device Error Windows 7 thanks Mulder0x, Aug 1, 2006 #7 Car.Mike Active member Joined: Jan 24, 2004 Messages: 3,787 Likes Received: 1 Trophy Points: 66 Mulder0x, MOBO= Motherboard. I/o Device Error Windows 8 You could try reformating your SD card to FAT32 and see if that fixes the issue.
The player is no longer recognized by my pc (OS Windows XP). http://renderq.net/o-device/i-o-device-error-hdd.php Back to top #3 LoneSky LoneSky ISF Newbie Members 32 posts Location:sydney Posted 07 July 2010 - 04:47 AM So you have an eSATA port on the back of your motherboard sanjay i have problem sending pitchers to laptop to memorey card plaese help me Dick I just installed a new hard drive. The CD/DVD drive recognized the recovery disc and formatted Still searching for an answer. I/o Device Error Windows 10
it works fine with my 1GB micro sd card but not with my new 16GB micro sd card plz help me> :cry:" It's possible that your SD card reader has a I first checked on My Computer and the drive had disappeared. If I click on one of seven folders on that drive it gives me the error "the request could not be performed because of an i/o device error" It's weird that Check This Out Don2007 Web Master Posts: 4923Loc: NY 3+ Months Ago You could buy a CD/DVD External USB drive.
This is equivalent to the “PIO Only” setting on older versions of the Windows OS. it just stopped working four days ago, the problem was : - [bold]D:\ is not accessible. Note Changing cables for an internal drive for a desktop computer is recommended only for advanced computer users, because there are many internal items that can be easily damaged.
Click or tap on the Settings icon.Click or tap on the Power icon, which displays a two- or three-item menu. Error message I get: "D:\ is not accessible. Last edited: Jun 20, 2006 General_B, Jun 20, 2006 #3 Bravo181 Member Joined: Jul 11, 2006 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 11 I have a Toshiba satellite P25-s607 with 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.
Do you use a FAT32 file system (usually on older Windows) while downloading a file larger than 4GB (because it doesn't support it)? Solution 4: Check the status of the device in Device Manager You can check the status of the drive in Device Manager to ensure that the device driver is working properly. Take a look in device manager and get a screenshot with the IDE/ATAPI controller branch expanded and also the SCSI/RAID one. (Or just tell us exactly what you see within/under them) this contact form You should not try to change cables inside a laptop or portable computer.
Select the appropriate submenu in Device Manager Find the appropriate drive/device and right click on it and select Properties Then uhh… oh… there is no advanced settings tab… hm…. Bravo181, Jul 11, 2006 #4 Mulder0x Guest hi! However it does not seem to be appearing under the IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers tab. Pl.
If you're having trouble burning double layer media, read Here.Still stuck? It still works perfectly for data CDs and audio CDs but now it won't read a data DVD that it read quite happily a year ago (a MS SQL Server installation 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 Immediately upon plugging it the corner popup said that device drivers installed successfully, and it appears in Device Manager under Disk Drives as "USB device".
Thank you in advance memenode I'm not sure, but try rebooting the computer with the hard drive connected and see if it loads. If you are using a USB hub, connect the drive directly to one of the computer’s USB ports. The I/O device error codes that are associated with the error include: error 6, error 21, error 103, error 105, and error 131. Mar 13, 2006 #1 ovvn.you TS Rookie Posts: 98 did my best to find your fix man, hope it works 1.
If the cable fails, the drive will not work correctly. Try cleaning the laser or gently blow air up into the burner to see if there is something causing the laser not to recog the CD.