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Scarry findings in the event viewer

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#1 dc3


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Posted 27 August 2005 - 01:35 AM

Hi all,
It would seem that there is something happening with my disk, there were 51 disk errors, 5 service control manager errors, and one rasman error, all occuring on 08/26/05 am. I'm guessing that the disk that is being mentioned is my hard drive from the way the computer was acting. The column titled Event is showing either a 7 or 51 whenever there was a disk error, is there a way to reference these numbers? Looking further back I see more scattered instances of the disk errors, and they are seen with a ATAPI error just before the disk error. Looking back further there seem to be a large amount of service control manager errors.

These are a list of the error sources and event numbers

Disk- 7, 51, 52 (only one 52)


Service Control Manager- 7000, 7001,7026, 7009

DCOM- 10010

I think I see a new hdd in my future. :thumbsup:

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Posted 27 August 2005 - 06:41 AM

Hi have you tried running the disk error program from start, my computer, find your c drive right-click, properties, click tools, click disk checking, and follow instructions from there, hopefully it will not amount to a new hdd. :thumbsup:
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