In the Control Panel, go to System and click Security. Yes. status=59 might tell somedetailed information (trackseek or crc error or etc), but the bottom line is,make backup of what youhave and throw it away.-alexBefore throwing it away, maybetry low-level format on Next message: [nycbug-talk] hard error reading fsbn... Source
get the partition and the bad sector number from the log (wd0h, 30422257 in the above example) umount /dev/wd0h check that it is really a bad sector: dd if=/dev/rwd0h skip=30422257 of=/dev/null run fsck mount the partition Feedback appreciated: alex[at]caoua[dot]org. How best can I recover from the damage? This way, you are preventing the problem from getting worse.
Missing DLL Files There are situations that we experience missing file required for some programs to run resulting to lost DLL files. Jason Beaudoin Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: Is it time to replace this hard disk? Thanks in advance for any advice you might have - -- David Fleck david.fleck at mchsi.com Previous message: [PLUG] SCSI Adapter Next message: [PLUG] IDE drive - "hard error reading fsbn..." Whenever your RAM is too low, this problem may also take place.
There are too many of them but the ones stated earlier are the most usual. After an apparently normal reboot, I noticed I could no longer access certain files: dcf>$ ls .mozilla/firefox/dcf/bookmarks.html ls: .mozilla/firefox/dcf/bookmarks.html: Input/output error and these errors were accompanied by kernel warnings: Oct 23 Default = pass all, Logging = enabled ata1-slave: ATA identify retries exceeded ad0: 88350MB
There are individuals who find PC replacement as the best option for these errors. Modern IDE hard disks handle automatically bad sectors. In order to access the desktop when this error takes place, you need to restart it an open using the safe mode. http://lists.nycbug.org/pipermail/talk/2005-January/003989.html How can I best determine the extent of the damage?
However, increasing your pagefile size will do if you think you could still work on your RAM. All you have to do is to investigate in order to learn why an error is happening. Nothing is better than learning how to troubleshoot it by yourself. I had a wacky HD controller that provided similar results in dmesg, but if the op asked, I'm guessing that isn't the case :P ~Jason > > Thanks !!
The system appears to be largely functional - I'm using it to write this e-mail, for instance, and mozilla works ok (though with many error messages being written to syslog). Any attempt to read it will fail with an "uncorrectable data error" message. So no problem atactl(8) can possibly give you some more data. # atactl wd0 smartenable # atactl wd0 readattr Attributes table revision: 16 ID Attribute name Does anyone know specifically what "status=59 error=40" might be trying to tell me?
This is very risky, so do it very carefully and backup everything you can from the partition where the bad sector is located. this contact form As a way to save more money, you have to know the right things to do when Hard Error Reading Fsbn exist in your PC. Follow the order of the areas you should be going: Advanced system settings, Advanced tab and Settings. Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] Hi, I thought I'd try here as this always gets mixed results on the FreeBSD lists.
On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 09:17:58AM +0530, Siju George wrote: > On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 7:45 AM, Jason Beaudoin <[hidden email]> wrote: > > not necessarily.. Hard Error Reading Fsbn are completely natural to happen in your personal computer. On Sun, Feb 21, 2010 at 10:15 PM, Siju George <[hidden email]> wrote: > Hi, > > I get a few of this kind of error during a forced manual fsck have a peek here I had a wacky HD controller that provided similar > > results in dmesg, but if the op asked, I'm guessing that isn't the > > case :P > > >
Experimenting with cdda2wav this morning, I managed to get my system into a completely non-responsive state- no keyboard, mouse, or console activity; the machine responded to about 20% of ping packets, Hard Drive going bad? (hard error reading fsbn) Kevin Greenidge kaging at access4less.net Mon Jun 14 06:36:57 PDT 2004 Previous message: gnome error message Next message: Hard Drive going bad? (hard So I figure somehow I suffered hard drive damage in the system freeze or my reboot.
Disconnecting a device which may cause the sudden change in the hardware settings can solve the issue. In case all you need to do is to download a file or software, you need to make sure that you only get it from a reliable source. On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 7:45 AM, Jason Beaudoin <[hidden email]> wrote: > On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 4:00 AM, Siju George <[hidden email]> wrote: >> On Mon, Feb Many of the affected files appear to be in my home directory.
So I power-cycled the machine. They have "hidden" spare sectors that are used to reallocate bad sectors. Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] This problem may be irrelevant (and incomprehensible) to anyone not using FreeBSD. Check This Out However, with all the expertise in this group, I figured I float this cry for help...
Setting up a new and updated good antivirus will do well for you. So if you get "uncorrectable data error" messages in your log that means that the disk failed to reallocate a bad sector. Make the disk reallocate the bad sector Obviously the solution is to overwrite the bad sector by hand. Low Virtual Memory If you have recently installed an application that needs a huge memory, you are most likely to experience this problem.
Copyright © 2005 Alexandre Ratchov Last updated: may 13, 2005 OpenBSD Archive › openbsd user - misc Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search Is it time to replace this In this manner, you could save more resources and don't have to worry about obtaining a new device. Charles Sprickman spork Mon Jan 3 18:02:25 EST 2005 Previous message: [nycbug-talk] Cheap/Spare monitor? If the Reallocated Sector Count and Reallocation Event Count are non-zero, then you have failing sectors on that drive (which is a good sign your disk is starting to head down
Especially when searching the web, it is very possible for you to come across various errors which you have no idea about. Thanks --Siju Johan Beisser Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: Is it time to replace this hard