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FATAL DISK ERROR, RETRY

When i run my program/application i got error like below.

Error Window Title "LIBRARY MANAGER"
Error Message "FATAL DISK ERROR, RETRY?"

There are also two buttons RETRY and CANCEL.

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  • t15474 Jan 22, 2009

    fatal disk error, retry?

  • bhoopal12584 Mar 02, 2009

    when i run my program/application i got error like below.

    Error Window Title "LIBRARY MANAGER"
    Error Message "FATAL DISK ERROR, RETRY?"

    There are also two buttons RETRY and CANCEL.

  • umali2000 Mar 16, 2009

    whin start oracle file exe I receved massege fatal disk error

  • arif rashel
    arif rashel Mar 24, 2014

    I am facing the problem too. pls help if any solution..

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I need a support from you

Thanh you very much!

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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I am also facing the problem...
Error Window Title "LIBRARY MANAGER"
Error Message "FATAL DISK ERROR, RETRY?"

Pls help.....

Posted on Mar 24, 2014

  • Arif Rashel Apr 03, 2014

    I solved the problem with sallitykiller.

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One thing to check is connectivity and permissions on any nework paths or folders the sofware you are using is accessing or writing too.

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I have solved the problem with salitykiller.

Thanks.........

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