I really hope someone can help!! Basically the problem is occuring when trying to access the hard disk and this error message displays on the monitor: "Hard disk info is incorrect" and on the recorder lcd display it diplays "HDD ERR". When I then try to access the disk navigator for the hard drive the same message "Hard disk info is incorrect" occurs and it prompts to re-initialise the HDD. This will however wipe the hard drive, which is not an option as it contains vital business information I cannot afford to lose. Also, the machine will not power off using the remote control or on/off button.
The dvd playback function is unaffected.
Any ideas??? Please help, I'm desparate!!
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Re: Hard Disk error
Power up your dvd then you you disconnect from the power cord.wait a few mins like 5 mins then you plug it in back and power it up if that does not corect your problem.the strip that leads to your dvd lens needs to be changed.or the micro chip that controls the hd needs to be changed.however take it to a tech.
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Error code 0101340000, may be due to hardware issues
1. Faulty hard drive or defective memory
2. Damaged recovery media(CD) or faulty CD ROM
Boot system corrupted,
This issue may occur if one or more of the following conditions are true: The basic input/output system (BIOS) does not detect the hard disk. The hard disk is damaged. Sector 0 of the physical hard disk drive has an incorrect or malformed master boot record (MBR).
Note Some third-party programs or disk corruption can damage an MBR. An incompatible partition is marked as Active. A partition that contains the MBR is no longer active.
Pretty poor customer service of the repair shop if it failed so soon and they won't honor it. The new drive they installed should have been warrantied, and should be eligible for replacement.
HDD failures in laptops are common in heavy use due them being bounced around a bit. It only really takes one well timed smack to end a hard drives life. They are mechanical, and very delicate. To avoid this, have the next hard drive installed be a solid state hard drive, they are not mechanically, basically a giant flash memory (thumb drive) drive. While they can be a bit pricey per GB, see how much you really need, it will be worth the investment. The newest generation, single-level cell (SLC) solid state drives, are also much faster than standard notebook drives.
Hope this help you...This is in relation to what your error code means, you'll need to check against the list.
Error 0x00000024 -
This problem may occur if there is a conflict
between Windows XP SP1
and the display adapter drivers that are currently installed.
Error 0x00000004 -
occurs because your computer processor detected and reported an
unrecoverable hardware error to Windows
Error 0x0000007b - occurs
if your computer is infected with a
Error 0x80004005 - occurs
because the account that is being used to access the page does not have
access to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ODBC registry key.
Error 0xc0000005 - occurs
because of memory corruption.
Error 0xc0000034 - caused
by a missing system file (usually Ntdll.dll in the
Error 0xc0000006 - occur
if there is not enough free hard disk space on the NTFS-compressed hard
disk partition when the SIS filter tries to read compressed back
pointer data streams from the SIS volume.
common reason can be malware and spyware that
penetrate to your computer registry and started destroying it...
that's why it's so important you fix
your registry right now!
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Instructions For Fixing Hard Disk ErrorsThe same problem is my window 7 is showing on my hard disk Disk Name: WDC WD2500BEVT-75ZCT2 ATA... I can still access to my data but my laptop hangs a lot.. my laptop is Dell Inspiron 1525. Is my hard Disk got failed? I am very much worried...please someone help me.
Someone has set the hard disk password in the BIOS. This stops the hard disk from being accessed until the password is sent to it. The hard disk itself is now locked - you cannot put it in another system - it will just not work until it receives the correct password.
I am sorry but unless you know the password there is no way to access the data on the hard disk. You would have to send it to a data recovery firm or possibly return it to the disk manufacturer but contact them first as they will probably destroy all the data on the hard disk.
Sorry - but you will have to buy new hard disk and reset the CMOS before you fit the new one and remove all BIOS passwords.
first download and install Drive Rescue . Click on Find lost drive, select the drive you miss and click "find logical drives". Now you should access all of your files. Save them to another drive and format the hard disk.
Bad sectors on a hard disk is an every day thing, the hard drive keeps a bunch of spare sectors and a table to reroute bad sectors to the backups. This warning basically means that you are out of backups, and now you may start losing real data if you do not change the hard disk.
Hi, assuming the hdd won't finish a format, it is possible that some sectors are damaged. If you still want to try and use the hdd even with these defects, you can try and partition the hdd. Guesstimate at what point the hdd stops responding and really guess where the defects end. With this info, partition the hdd into 3 with the middle containing the defective sectors. Format only the first and third partitions. For simplicity, Win98 might be easier to work with rather than XP.
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