Will see where that goes and update this thread "as the drive turns". If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? Covered by US Patent. Try the reboot, then stick in another USB HDD to test. have a peek at this web-site
Kind Regards & Thanks for helping, Dirk Reply With Quote July 6th, 2004,02:10 PM #2 SuperSparks View Profile View Forum Posts Administrator Join Date Apr 2000 Location Friern Barnet, London, England Bottom line is that it doesn't matter. Uninstall hidden devices under Disk Drives and USB Controllers are enough. While Drive-A is connected, and idle (not being written to) we get an "ftdisk" warning about every 17-20 minutes until it is "removed safely".
I uninstalled all hidden (grayed) devices under "Disk drives" and "Universal Serial Bus controllers". Thank you. -- Tatyana Tsyngaeva Acronis Support, Dec 8, 2005 #2 Bikr Registered Member Joined: Nov 25, 2005 Posts: 4 Done, I've submitted a help request through the Acronis web What's the similiarity? http://www.eventid.net/display-eventid-57-source-Ftdisk-eventno-2197-phase-1.htm Drive formatted as a single NTFS partition.
The Intel drivers are up to date via Dell (this week) and the Windows utility is installed and showing the raid array is healthy. 0 Message Author Comment by:Jsmply2010-06-16 Okay Event Id 140 While Drive-B is connected, and idle (not being written to) there were no "ftdisk" warning events logged. As per Microsoft: "This problem occurs because of changes that were made to the Classpnp.sys file in Windows Server 2003 SP1. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions.
Thanks for everyone's help. While I had the Seagate drive connected, I was reviewing (from the server console screen) some event logs and had the device manager open. Event Id 57 Ntfs That was driving me crazy! 0 Write Comment First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. The System Failed To Flush Data To The Transaction Log. Corruption May Occur. Windows 7 Back to top #9 hamluis hamluis Moderator Moderator 50,725 posts ONLINE Gender:Male Location:Killeen, TX Local time:06:36 PM Posted 07 May 2010 - 05:50 AM Hmm...I would uninstall Avira Free and
Connected two  different USB hard drives to the server. http://imagextension.com/event-id/ftdisk-error-57.php There are times when two exact events are logged at the same time (to the second). No, create an account now. Could you please also reproduce the problem and collect Acronis True Image log which can be saved from Tools -> Show Log -> Diskette icon? Ntfs Event Id 137
Both USB and local drives are using NTFS. There are also some known issues with several versions of the Matrix firmware & drivers, so go to the dell site (not Intel, because they won't have the firmware that matches Please create an account, then log in and submit a request for technical support. Source Please review my questions and comments and let me know how to proceed safely.
Will see where that goes and update this thread "as the drive turns". Then the drive powered back on right away, the device manager screen updated, and I was presented with the wonderful Microsoft "Autoplay" dialog window. But chkdsk /r doesn't necessarily overcome NTFS problems or serious hard drive problems.Try running BlueScreenView, http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html.Double-click BlueScreenView.exe file.When scanning is done, Edit/Select All...then File/Save Selected Items.Save the report as BSOD.txt. Fsutil Resource Setautoreset So I used a 3rd-party USB utility from NirSoft (USBDeview.exe) to "Disconnect" the USB hard drive, because "Safely Remove Hardware" feature in this server doesn't always work (example: the system tray
check for updated bios and drivers for your hard drive controllers as well. CONTINUE READING Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Google Chrome Windows 7 hijacked but other browsers aren't 4 43 26d Is there an automatic USB switch to allow two computers Taffycat posted Oct 15, 2016 at 9:19 AM WCG Stats Saturday 15 October 2016 WCG Stats posted Oct 15, 2016 at 8:00 AM Review round up - 14 October 2016 Becky http://imagextension.com/event-id/ftdisk-error-id-57.php We ignored the error.
It's stopping and starting over and over again.Anyways, no more stop errors or crazy system meltdowns so far, maybe chkdsk did something useful! I did think about a malfunction of one of my HDD's, but I cannot find any bad sectors or whatsoever... Did you mean this utility and one of these options? in fact, that machine experienced that error for the very first time 15 days ago at 4:15 PM.
These changes were also incorporated into the x64 editions of Windows. i did mean chkdsk /rIndeed, I ran it but I'm not entirely sure if it found anything because I was away from my computer.Nothin in the event log so I don't Please see this website. Back to top #15 meuchel meuchel Members 275 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:06:36 PM Posted 11 May 2010 - 10:08 AM good deal.
One quick question though. this proves you had recoverable errors, unless the Hdd had a lot of application IO adding load. Woudn't you think that would be useful info? Enter the product name, event source, and event ID.
x 82 EventID.Net According to MSW2KDB, NTFS could not write data to the transaction log. It does this via a c… Document Imaging Document Management Adobe Acrobat Images and Photos Photos / Graphics Software How to Send a Secure eFax Video by: j2 Global Sending a It's a bit of a wild goose chase at this point, but can you hypothesize any correlation? So I tried logging off and back on and that resulted in a BSOD stop error that dissppeared too fast for me to write down, but I think it was 0x000008be.
Regardless it's pointing away from being the internal drives. 0 LVL 46 Overall: Level 46 Storage Hardware 23 Hardware 14 Windows 7 8 Message Active 1 day ago Assisted Solution Will get the exact models soon. More About Us... I had to recover this using some HDD utilities.
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