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CHKDSK: Cannot open volume for direct access?

I just installed a new Windows 10 on my PC with a SSD and HDD drive both attached inside the PC. After windows booted for the very first time, I was not able to detect my HDD at all, my OS runs on my SDD drive. I tried to use chkdsk and i got the error. I have tried to use some repair software to fix this problem but still couldn't fix it.

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  • Larry Ng
    Larry Ng Nov 24, 2020

    I read all 14 posts it is A LAPTOP. (so said)
    no PC told at all !!!!!!!!!
    error one is having 2 bootable HDD/SSD at the same time. (BIOS does the 1st one in boot order)
    You now have 14 posts here, not one ever tells what PC you own, make and model. why make this so hard. (only weak "LAPTOP"

    and you did nOT install w10 correctly.
    you did not test the HDD first as I told you so wonder what it fails?

    first off remove the old HDD from the PC, leave it out until way later, after successful install w10. and CHKDSK can NOT repair a bad HDD.!!
    The laptop main huge battery can be bad too
    we remove it and run on AC PC only
    and deal with it after all other things are fixed first. see whY?
    The RTC battery is tested next.
    and you failed to test the old HDD so we can just leave it out for now.. deal with that last.

    That MAGIC fix software sold is trash, it can not repair install errors you made and can not fix BIOS setting not set correctly. a Fact. (AS SEEN ON TV IS LIES!) TV LIES,!

    here is the list of steps just for you.
    1: make sure to the unstated PCs RTC coin cell batterY is not dead or below 2.9vdc.
    if not ALL HOPE LOST , PERIOD.
    (bad RTC causes endless boot failures)!

    windows can not fix a bad battery nor can CHKDSK or those lame, PCfix TV jive fixit application programs. fix true HW dead.

    2: on the UNSTATED PC turn it on. and hammer the BIOS hot key , that I can not tell you because no PC told see? It's in the manual free to read. if you'd just look.

    on page 1, Of BIOS it tells you the Makers name and model of this PC, tell others this please and thankyou..



    3: on all PCs the next step,is to run full PC diagnostic, oops old HDD is bad. oops.
    on Dell it is F12 key, ask PC maker for this step. varies by PC maker.

    4: remove old HDD (leave it on table) and put in new SSD. PC AC cord not connectead to wall power. to work in side any pc or damage happens (hot swapping parts)
    Microsoft.com get:
    (at MS w10 media install builder make a USB boot stick with w10 installer ready)
    power on.
    5: in BIOS (again), turn off PXE in the BIOS in all places.
    5b: set boot order in BIOS to USB first and
    SSD0 second and turn off all others in the list. (if I knew what PC this was steps get more simple but I can not do that can I)


    5c: hit the save key for BIOS and reboot the PC with the USB installer thumb drive in USB slot. INSTALLER RUNS (no old HDD present)
    6:
    28 steps here. (I did not invent w10)
    https://pcdied.com/intel-magic/Dell/XPS-...


    7, boot up w10 and test it make sure all is good on the new SSD
    it fill be way faster with SDD, no looking back once SSD owned and used.

    8: now when brave put back the old bad HDD.

    run this APP, to test any HDD.
    My guess it will fail.
    C6 parameter will not be 0, as it must be.
    HDD love to fail at 6 years old for sure cheap Laptops HDD, (fodder)
    https://www.passmark.com/products/diskch...

    learn too, next time a PC aCTS ODD.
    RUN THIS APP OR GO NOWHERE FAST.
    those are all the steps.

    there is no magic software that can repair a bad PC or HDD, on earth,
    robot have not yet replace live human techs that diagnose and service machines of man.
    not yet, not soon.
    hardware good is first we test it first
    or all you do is ZERO PROGRESS.

    why is it so hard to tell the PC maker name?
    and PC model> IDK, but makes helping 10x more hard. sure does.
    and why not stick to one post, for one bad PC, an not 14.
    Please use 1 post and 1 bad PC< not 14.
    so we can see it all as one problem and all symptoms told by you all in one post.
    So we can as they say ALL BE ON THE SAME PAGE.

    start a post on one PC and then add to it with comments an not start a fresh new post each time thankyou and good day.
    this silly forum here is NOT THREADED.

  • Larry Ng
    Larry Ng Nov 24, 2020

    now a macro list, of ACTIONS. Dead boot PC.

    1: replace the RTC coin cell battery first.
    if over 5 years old it is 1st thing 1st.

    2: test the PC using diagnostic software.
    sorry this step will not replace bad hardware, ever. Humans do that only.

    NO PC told but on a Dell power on hit F12.
    click diagnostics. see HDD is bad.

    3: remove old HDD.
    4 install new erased SSD.
    5: set bios to boot to USB stick and SSD 2nd. (boot order)
    6: boot usb istaller and load windows 10.
    7: if brave test the old HDD, ask how.


    NO PC told not even if desktop or laptop or what.?

  • Larry Ng
    Larry Ng Nov 24, 2020

    "both attached inside the PC."
    never allow both (ssd/hdd) same time, w10 installing and booting and for sure install phase 2.(2nd boot) FAILS HARD.
    error #2, RTC bad is error #2, BATTERY BAD.
    error #3 is not testing old hdd like I told you. IN other 14 posts.
    error #4 is not setting up BIOS correctly for sure boot order. and NOT turning off PXE where found PXE is on business grade PC's or workstation PCs. PXE must disabled. (where seen in BIOS)

    NO PC told BY YOU.
    first we test all hardware first.
    first not last not in middle of installing OS.
    what if HDD was GOOD all along and the silly RTC coin cell for $1 was the problem back in post 1 of 14?

    Good luck and please stick to one post
    like this one now. do not start a new post/
    JUST
    click comments button on this post only. and add evidence or what's going on now.
    But I can tell you you did vast things wrong
    or just 1, the first we test all hardware.

    NO PC just "LAPTOP" first one was 1983, wow.
    NO PC. 4 decades of PCs made ,10,000's models. non told yet.
    NO external drive told ,
    did not run smart tests in post 1
    did not run OEM diagnostics in Post 1.
    did not test all batteries first in POST 1.
    that is what you did wrong,so far
    Having 2 HDD (SSD) present in a PC while installing w10 is not going to be fun.

    get the PC fixed in real shop with real techs that know all these facts and Ropes and tests.

    must I guess it all, that is my question?
    PCs top (LAP)
    dell, hp, acer, asus, lenova, Toshiba, samsung,LG, sony.
    All have a web site (not TOSH) with a FORUM
    To tell you how to run THEIR diagnostics.
    why not ask them first. not here with NO PC TOLD, and me seeing lost of wrong answers.
    and their sites are THREADED and no getting lost like here. ok?

    there is my answer, but post 1 was the true failure. as is normal here. no PC told.

  • Larry Ng
    Larry Ng Nov 24, 2020

    all we know is it is a laptop mentioned 1 of 14 post.
    all we know is you have some kind of external HDD, no makers name of external HDD or model.
    for now leave it out of PC all external things. on LAPTOP.
    on laptop old (none told) we leave out the huge battery in the laptop they are bad when old and overloads the Laptops power rails and VRM inside this makes PROGRoss inpossible.
    then we test the RTC coin cell bettery next.
    see how we do that, batteries do not last a long time in PCs. 5 to 7 years, if lucky and not abused,
    RTC below 2.9vdc is bad. replace it
    test the PC with no USB ports and with only AC power pack attached, and new RTC coin cell battery,
    we can test other toys later like the external hDd and the OLD HDD that was inside PC later. (order matters)

  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2020

    The a facts of life 101; Hard disks drives.
    a bad HDD is a bad HDD,! (deal with that)
    can you fix a burned out light bulb>/?
    can the cute lady on TV MsPC fixit? (nah)
    NO SOFTWARE on earth (outside $1M lab) can fix any HDD, in fact the makers now make it impossible. now. (security laws new)
    (tiny hint , sync track bad , dooms all data)

    once the drives built-n, self repair runs out of spare sectors (magic) the drive and all data on said drive is doomed. now and soon.
    this corrupts the OS and all data and all software on the PC, all are corrupted, and no software cures fixes that ever.
    not may go bad , and even be 100% gone and dead now or soon. for sure soon or NOW.
    that is how the hDD cookie crumbles.
    good luck to you, we test it first.
    not last. (or you will lose data)

    learn this fact too.
    once a HDD is bad, and has bad sectors
    the OS can not magically dance around bad sectors. no it can not .
    like you driving down road dodging chuck holes. NO IT CAN NOT.

    when the HDD was new all this magic is invisible to the users (not me)
    but the OS sees only perfect HDD. for its full life, no errors seen by OS but yes HDD.
    The HDD hides them and self repairs them unseen by you, yes magic,.
    all drives self heal , until the end game.
    you are there, I bet.

  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2020

    check disk failures all (CHKDSK)
    using wrong drive letter told to it.
    hDD bad
    HDD not formatted
    HDD has no drive letter yet.
    HDD fell out of PC.(laptop hatch open fell out/)
    HDD cable lose or 1 or both fell off.
    HDD SATA port disabled in BIOS.
    Sata port blown out , try other post .
    Did i get them all.?
    no , chkdks command line parameters malformed. (sytnax)

    one more OS corrupted, or same driver SATA.

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Can you logon to your computer in normal mode or only in Safe mode?
This would be the best way to run Chkdsk:
1. Disable any security software before attempting to upgrade or do a clean install.
2. Make sure your computer is updated (devices and applications)
3. Disconnect any external devices before installing.
4. Check your hard disk for any errors:
Click Start
Type: CMD, from the results, right click CMD
Click 'Run as Administrator'
At the Command Prompt, type: chkdsk /r /f
When you restart your system, your computer will be scanned for errors and attempts will be made to correct them.

There are other fleshed-out ways to run CHKDSK in the following article:
Quick Fix: CHKDSK Cannot Open Volume for Direct Access Error

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  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2020

    uriah it is w10 not w7 so step one above is wrong and chkdsk can not repair bad HDD ever,
    learn that bad hardware is bad hardware and is replaced, first.
    chkdisk only works on good HDD. SSD.
    do you understand hardware?

  • Larry Ng
    Larry Ng Nov 24, 2020

    URIAH does not know how Hardware works
    and is 1st order problem when present.
    I can see you running Chkdsk, 10000000 times
    for a month and you scratching your head.

    back in the 1970 I was the S.m.a.r.t engine
    not invented yet (2001 later) I had to setup the drive encoder to skip bad sectors.
    if not it fails HARD. see?
    no hdd ever made was made with zero errors.
    all had them then and new , my job was to make sure the controller skipped of the dead sectors (called dead sector map).
    then 2001 came and SMART IS BORN.
    today smart replaced me. see? SELF REPAIR magic that repairs the HDD unseen by anyone, until the day the spares run out , LIKE NOW.

    now see this, my bad hdd here.
    let me teach you what it means now.

    see this, see magic parameter metric, 05hex
    see 140 there, that is last spare sector
    see 169 that is 29 now dead sectors. doomed.

  • Larry Ng
    Larry Ng Nov 24, 2020

    learn the art of using and trusting S.M.A.R.T
    https://pcdied.com/HDD-SDD/smart-failed....

    more clear here, fist google hit is my page, wow.

  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2020

    if the wheels fall of a car do you
    reload the passenger (install w10)
    or replace with new wheels.
    see? hardware is first.
    1st things are 1st. ok ?

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Notes

Chkdsk requires exclusive access to a volume when it runs. Therefore, if one or more of the files are open on the disk that you want to check, Chkdsk displays a prompt asking if you want schedule the disk check for the next time that you restart your computer.
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Click Start, and then click Run.
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Note If one or more of the files on the hard disk are open, you will receive the following message:
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Type Y, and then press ENTER to schedule the disk check, and then restart your computer to start the disk check.
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Note If one or more of the files on the hard disk are open, you will receive the following message:
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Double-click My Computer, and then right-click the hard disk that you want to check.
Click Properties, and then click Tools.
Under Error-checking, click Check Now. A dialog box that shows the Check disk options is displayed,
Use one of the following procedures:
To run Chkdsk in read-only mode, click Start.
To repair errors without scanning the volume for bad sectors, select the Automatically fix file system errors check box, and then click Start.
To repair errors, locate bad sectors, and recover readable information, select the Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors check box, and then click Start.
Note If one or more of the files on the hard disk are open, you will receive the following message:
The disk check could not be performed because the disk check utility needs exclusive access to some Windows files on the disk. These files can be accessed by restarting Windows. Do you want to schedule the disk check to occur the next time you restart the computer?
Click Yes to schedule the disk check, and then restart your computer to start the disk check.

The following table lists the exit codes that Chkdsk reports after it has finished:
Exit code Description
0 No errors were found.
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