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Acronis Drive Monitor - Cannot delete disk errors


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#1 GoshenBleeping

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Posted 05 September 2013 - 01:42 PM

System: Windows 7 Home Premium, SP 1, 64 bit
 
An external hard drive had some bad blocks & this was picked up by Acronis Drive Monitor (ADM). Now that I have gotten rid of this hard drive, I want to stop ADM from periodically reminding me of these errors since the hard drive no longer exists. However ADM keeps popping up with a message that there are serious errors on a disk. I want to stop this pop-up. I went into Windows 7 Event Viewer & cleared the 'System' log so that the error messages in Event Viewer were deleted. However ADM still is periodically popping up the message that tells me that there are serious disk errors. And when I launch ADM, I can see the errors. 
 
So -- how do I delete the errors in ADM? Where are they coming from if I cleared the System event viewer log? I see no option to clear the ADM log? I know I can tell ADM to "ignore once" an error, but there are more than 200 of these errors & clicking on each on is a pain. What am I missing?
 
Thank you.

 



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