Hi Powerpack and friends!
I just lost my temper: I realized too late that the HD wants to play with me (big wavs were playing worse than 128s MP3s so I could have noticed). Instead I was searching for malicious or buggy services.
Problem solved - UDMA5 back!
Check this short tutorial:
I used the downloadable Visual Basic Script, run it and after reboot (man it was so quick!) my baby was back again!
Remains to aks what the...
So - I checked all this. No reason for PIO found.. SMART says no CRC errors. Or is there a better way to check?
Then I tried to clonezilla my drive - it worked 3 hours ago (produced a non-bootable copy though) - now it won´t start...
Although HD Tune states I am using UDMA5, the Device Manager (Primary IDE channel, device 0, this should be it) says I am in PIO Mode although "DMA when possible" is checked. Secondary Channel (CD-ROM) is in...
So- you think the error message has sth. to do with the rights problem? It´s hard to find the process with the respective number cause you cannot search the component services thing for it.
Anyway my next step is cloning the system...
I´ve sure been to device manager.
Nothing special, I guess:
device path/no is 0
write cache is activated
it´s still indexed for search
drivers are disk.sys and partmgr.sys
But it came to my mind that I recently changed some file access...
I guess there would be a restore point as the feature is still switched on in the System Settings. I somehow hesitate to do this as I never did it before would have to backup again etc. But if there is no other...
Hi, thanx again.
I dont know if I got you right.
But I did the defrag only after the problem appeared.
Would very much like to solve the problem without reformatting. Would take long to clone it, etc.
But- I found out when inserting a...