My name is saurabh kumar and I have a 40 GB hard drive of Seagate of 2002 model and is currently having a problem when I try to install windows 2000.The error is
I/O Status error
and is unable to continue installation.Please provide help.
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A bad/faulty lead can lead to a computer not recognizing a hard drive and any other connected devices One bad lead can cause a computer lots of problems replace all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATAthe ones that attach from your motherboard to your hard drive hope this helps
This is because an 80GB hard drive only has 75GB inside it will not be exact because of the way hard drive manufacturers compute the size. 80GB by name but only 75GB in real hard drive space. much like a if you have a flash drive or a portable uSB you will notice this also.
The hard drive was originally formatted for a PC and I was using it with Mac products. I had to delete all the information on the hard drive so that I could reformat the external hard drive to work with my Macbook Pro.
Sys.exe is a process associated with the Backdoor.ICR Trojan. It is a
trojan that gives remote users unauthorized access to the system. It is
controled using ICR ( Internet Relay Chat ). This program is a
registered security risk and should be removed immediately. If found on
your system make sure that you have downloaded the latest update for
your antivirus application.