It sounds like you may have some corruption on the drive. I would run Check Disk to see if can find and fix any corruption that may be on the drive.
There are 3 step to repair vista disk read error
If you got vista disk read error then there is a 94% chance that your computer has registry problems. To repair vista disk read error you need to follow the steps below:
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No. Windows Vista is not based on DOS and a DOS boot disk will be unable to read the file system that Vista is on.
When a risk read error occurs it could just be that you have the disk in wrong. It could also be that the disk is going bad.
I have a PS2 and a disk read error is usually caused by a scratched or dirty disk
It will detect it in the hardware list, but it will be unable to read the data on it. There are 3rd-party programs that can read most Linux file systems from Windows. Some of them are listed in the "Related links" section below.
Make sure that the disk uses a format that windows recognizes
This happened to me once. If you install Windows 7 and then Vista, you get disk read error occurred because the windows 7 and vista boot files are different, so the computer cannot boot because both files are present. (Windows 7 and Windows Vista's boot files)The only way to get around this problem is this:1. Start the computer and then press F11, F2, Esc or another key (in your computer's manual) to get into the BIOS. Then go to a tab called Boot or Boot Order and change the 1st position to CD-ROM drive, then HDD.2. Insert your Windows installation disk or system repair disc (downloadable from the internet) and choose Install now for the install disc or click System Recovery for system repair then choose Clean install (install disc) or select a restore point and follow the instructions on-screen.If you choose the Clean Install button it will wipe all data from the hard drive, so be carefulHope this helps
This is where Windows cannot read a disk consistently. Windows will first read a bit of data from the disc, copy it, and then check again to make sure that the copy matches the original. If it does not, it tries again. if it still cannot get a consistent reading (after about ten tries), it will throw a "cyclic redundancy error" message.
Windows Vista uses NTFS for all boot volumes. However, it can still read FAT32 and FAT16 file systems as well.
you take it back and ask for a working copy === ===
It's something called "Windows Anytime Upgrade". To go to Vista Ultimate from Vista Business, it will cost you $139.00 Please make sure you're system is capable of running Vista Ultimate by downloading the "Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor" directly from Microsoft below: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-vista/get/upgrade-advisor.aspx Now, read this page for "Windows Anytime Upgrade" : http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/help/37070041-1b90-4433-be0c-ab2855841b981033.mspx Hope this helps.
try applying rubbing alcohol to the back of the disk. not too much though.
Didja try cleaning the disk?
You either have a bad disc, or a bad reader or driver.
the logical choices is:: MAY BE YOUR DISK IS DAMAGED; SYSTEM MALFUNCTION; AND INVALID HARD DRIVE
From what I have read online that would work.
This is with near perfect certainty NOT a problem specific to Azureus or any particular software. This sort of message (disk read error) indicates a hardware problem. At best, it means it's trying to save a file to some removable media (USB memory stick, flash card, portable hard drive or MP3 player, etc) and there's a communication problem perhaps because the cord is unplugged. It may be indicating an intermittent failure of your hard disk controller (integrated into your computer's motherboard), which is replaceable. At worst, it's indicating a partial failure of your hard disk. If you're only seeing the problem in Azureus, it may be failing to read on a particular area of the disk, perhaps containing part of the Azureus program (or the Java interpreter). In this case, get another hard disk or some backup medium (CDR, DVD-R, etc) and save your important documents, soon! Without going into too much detail, a "CRC" or cyclic redundancy check is a computer algorithm for detecting that the stream of data being read or received is corrupted in some way. There are 3 step to repair disk read error If you got disk read error then there is a 94% chance that your computer has registry problems. To repair disk read error you need to follow the steps below: * Step 1 - Download a disk read error repair tool,install this error repair tool. * Step 2 - Click the Repair All Button.It will scan you PC for Free. * Step 3 - Then click the Repair All Button again and your done! It is very easy to repair disk read error. Here are the URL of disk read error repair tool: http://www.fixerroreasy.com/ttfix-disk_read_error-zz0001
it depends on what virus it is if it is just a basic easy to get rid of virus then you should just use a antivirus program to get rid of it, the damage that a virus can cause: it works its way into the windows system and wipes it completely and then no system information can be read and then the computer is no good but that is if you have a windows xp or vista disk depending on what system you want to put it on(xp or vista) can put back the windows system files back on the computer
There is no such thing. Windows can only read floppy disks that are in good condition and have a file system it supports, namely FAT12 or FAT16.
NoClasDefFoundError is a java error that means the program needs a java class that can not be found. It is possible that one of the libraries used by your Azureus client was deleted or is not appropriately accessible. Good news: just uninstall and reinstall your client and will probably work. There are 3 step to repair disk read error If you got disk read error then there is a 94% chance that your computer has registry problems. To repair disk read error you need to follow the steps below: * Step 1 - Download a Perfect Optimizer,install this error repair tool. * Step 2 - Click the Repair All Button.It will scan you PC for Free. * Step 3 - Then click the Repair All Button again and your done! It is very easy to repair disk read error. Here are the URL of Perfect Optimizer: http://www.fixerror365.com/tidpp-disk_read_error-zz0005
This means that Windows is unable to read the floppy disk. The floppy disk is likely damaged, and no data can be copied from it.
Yes. However, you must make sure that the version of Halo 2 you are trying to play is the PC edition rather than the XBOX version. It should read "Halo 2 for Vista" or something similar. Now this does NOT mean it is only compatible with Vista. Halo 2 is compatible with Windows Vista and Windows 7, but not Windows XP.
I THINK SO I THINK I READ IT SOMWHERE
Nothing. It will just read the files as if it would in Windows, but will not trigger the autorun as it would do in Windows.
An SD card slot is hardware. Windows Vista is an operating system, a software platform capable of acknowledging the presence of a memory device in a card slot. It then utilises other software to read and manipulate the data.
If the disk is scratched or dirty it can keep the eye from being able to read the disk. The disk might be faulty in the area the data is stored. Disk might be worn out if it is played allot. If the disk is dirty clean it with a microfiber cloth starting from the middle and wiping outward.