The primary goal this situation is to prevent the loss of your files, so here are the steps I take in cases like this. 1. I have not once had a hard drive last for a long period of time after reporting a bad sector, it always gets worse and worse. Drag the HDD on top of the BatchMod icon, which opens its window, the make sure the boxes for Owner, Group, and Everyone all have X marks (not dashes or blank), If that fails, your drive likely need to be recovered rather than fixed, and at that point you really need to get a Mac professional like Everything Macintosh involved. check over here
Reply With Quote 06-13-2005,10:24 AM #6 sunk976 Guest Update... If AHT fails, there is certainly some problem with HD, but if HW test doesnt fail this doesn't mean there is no error. Mendel Says: February 11th, 2014 at 2:06 am Unfortunately I have a problem. darryl Says: January 13th, 2014 at 7:35 pm Whether your internal drive is bootable or not, you'd need to run Disk Warrior from an external bootable drive (USB or a bootable https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3730727?tstart=0
My last question is can I possibly back up my hard drive to an external drive from single user mode before I would reinstall my OS, I have a lot of darryl Says: January 26th, 2014 at 9:48 pm My favorite tool for fixing difficult permissions issues is BatchMod, available for free at http://www.lagentesoft.com/batchmod/index.html?utm_source=thedjlist.com&utm_medium=thedjlist.com_link&utm_content=dj_profile_link&utm_campaign=APPLICATIONS. I tried booting in safe mode, recovery mode, and booting with the OS X disk. If you decide you do want to send it to us let me know and I'll provide shipping info.
Can I get a `du` grouped by month? Vale Says: May 7th, 2014 at 11:26 am Thank you vey much for your reply. Apple will ship you the installation DVD, and you'll be able to install OS X. Disk Io Error Mac Then simply reboot normally.
You will receive messages about the disks use and fragmentation as fsck will now go through five phases of disk utility. I've used a fire wire to save my photos to another computer, now i just want to wipe it and get it working again. As soon as you see the status bar you can release the Shift key. http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/127172/apple-infinite-load-i-o-error-and-even-a-new-hd If I were closer to you I'd come by and have a look…under the circumstances it would be a very long commute.
If you get a kernel panic during the safe boot (and never get to the login window), it's a reasonably safe bet that there's a problem with OS X itself, so Error 0xe00002ca Before making any repair of the disk, make sure that you have the latest backups. Wish I had better news… Spiros Says: January 25th, 2014 at 12:43 am Hi Darryl I have a MBP late 2011 with 2 disks. Start up your Mac, and immediately after you hear the startup tone begin holding down the Shift key on the keyboard. (If you have a wired keyboard, or are using the
though if it is S.M.A.R.T. Members have access to different forum appearance options, and many more functions. Mac Disk1 I/o Error Install Mac OS X (any version that you're absolutely sure will boot your Mac) onto the external drive. Imac I/o Error Press the power button, and when you hear the startup sound hold down the Shift key on your keyboard.
N Says: May 5th, 2014 at 1:25 pm Hi, I have an early 2011 MacBook Pro running on Snow Leopard. Then restore from your backup. You generally aren't aware that anything has happened. Often DiskWarrior will encounter the slowdown and report "Operation delayed due to disk malfunction." DW will then refuse to rewrite the updated directory; it's time to get everything off the drive How To Fix Disk0s2 I O Error
Roger Says: December 11th, 2013 at 1:48 pm My Macbook with Mountain Lion will not boot either. Unfortunately Time Machine backups aren't bootable. If you have that System Install DVD, you can boot from it and install OS X on the external USB drive…then do what I suggested after booting from the external drive. this content So here's what I recommend.
Should be enough to get stuff out. Diskos2 Io Error Mac I don't know what you've got on the computer, but to me, the data is often more valuable than that. Christopher Says: February 5th, 2014 at 12:18 am Hi, Been running the latest version od Snow Leopard for a few years.
oh btw: I have done the pram stuff, and other things, I cannot use disks because there is a disk stuck in the drive and it won't work even when a I woke up and there it was, totally fixed! I tried a safe boot, then tried single user mode but got I/O Errors and Invalid Node structure errors forever. Kernel Disk I/o Error The day after it's birthday (the only reason I know this is because I was checking where it fell in terms of warranty, but AppleCare is only one year, not two
My MBP 2011 could not start at all. The built-in FSCK routine is basic…certainly not the be-all and end-all of disk repair. Jun 16 17:13:21 isunk kernel: disk1s0: I/O error. http://renderq.net/o-error/i-o-error-on-hard-disk-drive-0-has-occurred.php But I still cannot log in in safe mode or normal.
Keep holding down the Shift key until you see a status bar appear on screen below the gray apple and spinning gear. darryl Says: February 10th, 2014 at 11:17 pm I/O Errors usually means that the physical disk within your hard drive has areas where the magnetic coating is worn so thing (or You can only make limited repairs to the disk that contains the operating system the computer is currently using to run, so by booting from the DVD you're running from OS When you get to the desktop, both the external drive and your internal drive should be accessible. (If you don't see their icons on the desktop, click Preferences in the Finder
Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. as it gets warmer the slow downs happen more regularly. As Harry pointed out, this is a pretty old thread. But very often you have scenarios when a system is not under warranty and the user (or reader of this forum) does not want to spend the money on a new
Kyle Says: April 21st, 2014 at 6:14 pm Ok I tried what you said but when I try and boot the OS from the external drive I either get a grey Subscribe to this comment feed via RSS Get Free Updates Get the latest and the greatest news delivered for free to your reader or your inbox: Subscribe to RSS Receive email Back to top Back to Internal Hardware 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Hardware → Internal Hardware I tried single user mode.
BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! I was able to navigate and see my files still there. I that doesn't resolve the problem, your target disk hard drive may need to be recovered. It spins for about 30 seconds then stops and thats as far as it goes….
Thanks. You should be able to boot to it using the gray restore discs that came with your iMac.