Long time browser, first time poster.
I have come across a problem I cannot fix.
I have a WD Raptor 300 (WD3000GLFS) drive, I was using as my boot drive, that reports it is full when I double click it in Computer.
Actual message: D:\ is not accessible There is not enough space on the disk.
Knowing it isnt full, I ran CHKDSK which reported I had 58gigs free.
After a little browsing I came across http://support.microsoft.com/kb/837325.
However, when I enter: fsutil usn deletejournal /D D:
into the command prompt (CMD opened in administration mode) it reports: Error There is not enough space on the disk.
For years I had 2 drives, one for booting (this one) and one for backup. I ended up putting the backup drive in another PC with the intention of buying a SSD drive for a new primary, but had not done so. 2 weeks of living on the edge and it bites me pretty hard. There are lots of pictures/person projects on there I need to recover
EDIT: I ran Western Digitals DLGDIAG on the drive and now its giving me a different error when I try to access it: D: is not accessible the parameter is not correct
Edited by khaosus, 13 December 2010 - 08:36 PM.