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Drive is not accessible. I/O Device Error

Drive is not accessible. The request cannot be performed because of an I/O Device Error When accessing the above said error occured

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  • mi6a May 05, 2008

    when i plug my zen mp3 player it says I/O device error

  • Anonymous May 26, 2008

    D\ ISNOT ACCESSIBLE. THE REQUEST COULD NOT BE PERFORMED BECAUSE OF AN I/O DEVICE ERROR

  • dimitris8390 May 30, 2008

    D:\ is not accessible.The request could not be performed because of an I\O device error.



    I did a format but the problem solved only for a while.

  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    yes....................

  • Anonymous Dec 24, 2008

    Same problem ... can't play audio CDs, DVDs, nothing.

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Drive is not accessible. The request cannot be performed because of an I/O Device Error
When accessing the above said error occured

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Iq device error

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When i connect my ipod and i cant able to add songs ,delete songs in that say me some proper solution for that

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Help me please

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When i inserted an external drive to my pc, then i want to access to this external drive, it says the request could not be performed due to io device error.

io error means that the "Input/Output" is not working. This could be due of different reasons. Try the following:
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I/O device error

Hmm? Your drive may be corrupted which makes it unuseable. I hate to admit your files may be lost at this point also. In order to reuse the unit, repartion and format the unit. I hope this helps.
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Drive is not accessible. I/O Device Error

Method 1: Change the transfer mode for your CD drive in IDE Channel Properties
1. Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Manage.
2. Under Computer Management (Local), click Device Manager.
3. On the right side, expand IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers.
4. Right-click the channel where your CD drive is connected, and then click Properties. Typically, this channel is Secondary IDE Channel.
5. On the Advanced Settings tab, in the Transfer Mode box for the device that represents your CD drive, click PIO Only. Typically, this device is Device 0. Then, click OK.

If the issue is not resolved after you change the transfer mode for the secondary IDE channel device 0, your CD drive may not be located there. Use the same procedure to change the transfer mode back to DMA if available. Then, repeat these steps to change the transfer mode for IDE devices in the following order until the issue is resolved:
• Primary IDE channel, device 1
• Secondary IDE channel, device 1
Note Primary IDE channel, device 0 is connected to your boot disk. This is the hard disk that typically contains your operating system.

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Make sure that all cables are connected correctly
If you have another cable, try to use it. For USB devices, try to use another USB port. If it is internal dirve is there then Reseat it that means remove it and reinstal that
Then Set the BIOS as Default for that restart the system and before windows screen it gives the instructions how to boot in setup once you are in setup, on the bottom it says press F9 or F10 to set as default; different BIOS have different options so do the as the on screen instructons says.

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Try to access the media or device on another computer; try it on your friend or family computer
if it is not working contact your H/W Vendor
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IO Device Error

My Maxtor died like this. The disk was OK, it was the electronics that blew. I bought a new empty disk drive box and fitted the disk drive and fixed it. Years later the disk still works in the replacement box and power supply. I got my files and data back with the disk drive in the new box. The size of that disk looks small today. It may be Parallel (PATA) and you need a PATA box, that is harder to find as obsolete. You need to try the disk first in another drive holder.

So PATA and SATA??? Look here and read up about it with pictures too:
https://askleo.com/whats_the_difference_between_sata_and_pata_and_ide/


An external disk unit has three main parts.
1. The disk drive.
2. The electronics box.
3. The power supply.
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Can not access device neither directly nor via PC

I have the same frigging problem with mine. What's the solution?
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