And yes, it appears to be your 931GB drive. Also running a near identical machine with BESR that we put together just for testing, and this issue doesn't occur there. What do I do now?2Driver detected a controller error on disk that doens't exist1Disk Error on a Dell Notebook with Windows 8.1 “The device, \Device\Harddisk0\DR0, has a bad block.”1Chkdsk An unspecified Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. http://thewebparrots.com/driver-detected/driver-detected-a-controller-error-on-device-harddisk1-dr-5.php
Apr 7, 2010 #4 Manikle TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 39 Thanks, LookinAround. for a long time. Unfortunately it came back about a month later, but same process repaired it again. Browse other questions tagged hard-drive ssd hardware-failure chkdsk external-drive . http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/the-driver-detected-a-controller-error-on/3502622d-6f09-471f-98d7-2f513a276005
Sign up for a new account or log in here: Forgot your password? We looked at the Microsoft support article before making the EE post. Please folow below link.. Heat can cause HDD to fail early, which is likely what you are seeing.
It's the same ext drive and operating systems. very much like a tree, or wait, like a snake... Interestingly, it looks like others have used the sleep mode setting to fix those event Id 57 errors that we spent a while chasing on Windows XP. The Driver Detected A Controller Error On Device Harddisk1 Dr2 Windows 7 We shall see.
I wouldn't worry about the router messages if your connections otherwise seem OK. Think of it this way though, it happens when you ask to safely remove, so what if, to fulfill that request it's trying to flush out writes, gets a bit of I suppose unplugging the printer until I need to print would answer the question of whether or not that was somehow being misinterpreted as a storage device. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/304581-driver-detected-a-controller-error-which-hdd-is-device-harddisk2-dr2 cue Fred Flinstone "friger frickin...
Also, the drive is always removed via "safely remove drive" and it does release the drive. The Driver Detected A Controller Error On Device Harddisk1 Dr9 Jerry Nov 30, 2012 @ 11:25:09 Thanks guys I have the same error with my 6 year old desktop, hope its just the cable. I am curios as I am having the same event log error generated. 0 Sonora OP derektom May 8, 2013 at 7:22 UTC Ha!.. Does it mean that since reinit you do not get the Event 11 anymore? 0 Message Author Comment by:Jsmply2010-07-01 No, what I meant was, when doing a safely remove (but
Well, if it were kicked to a tier 3 engineer they might be curious but honestly when they're up to their necks in crocodiles do they have time for my frog http://www.adir1.com/2012/01/solved-the-driver-detected-a-controller-error-on-deviceideideport2/ After restarting the machine a few times, I thought to check the event log. Driver Detected A Controller Error On Device Harddisk1 Dr1 Chkdsk may make the drive become permanently unavailable. The Driver Detected A Controller Error On Device Harddisk1 Dr6 Some access operations are taking place at this moment. 0 Message Author Comment by:Jsmply2010-07-01 Hi Noxcho, VSS snapshots are taken via Norton Ghost for backups which are stored on this
You should take this warning and start doing backups. http://thewebparrots.com/driver-detected/driver-detected-a-controller-error-on-device-harddisk1-dr2.php I have HP RAID management software but it didn't really help either since I have so many other hard drives (USB, iSCSI) that are not on the internal RAID. More importantly, do you anticipate long term harm on the drive this way? 0 LVL 46 Overall: Level 46 Storage Hardware 30 Windows 7 16 Hardware 11 Message Active Oddly enough, Windows allows you to click safely remove, and it then says "the device can now be safely removed" but it still throws this error at the exact same time. The Driver Detected A Controller Error On Device Harddisk1 D
I will not eve try to describe all the other stuff I tried. luls. You need to find out which one. http://thewebparrots.com/driver-detected/driver-detected-controller-error-device-harddisk1.php It is called ST3500418AS 500Gb.
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What I have found: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/itprovistasecurity/thread/4d7d110c-c82a-40b7-812a-821e5c0da2c1 0 Message Author Comment by:Jsmply2010-07-02 Tried running Process Explorer already. I'd really also be interested to know if Microsoft ever actually does anything with the billions of error reports that are automatically sent to them. Also, once you figure out hard-drive health, you can use same utilities to save whatever data is on there. The Driver Detected A Controller Error On Device Harddisk1 Dr11 Apr 6, 2010 #3 LookinAround Ex Tech Spotter Posts: 6,491 +183 1.
Tails77 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Tails77 02 May 2012 #4 writhziden Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit 11,288 posts Colorado It could be a few For me in several cases the utility correctly identified HD failures also, which resulted in warranty replacement of Hard-drive and being back to work with no errors within a week or System Info - See Your System Specs will help with filling in your system specs. http://thewebparrots.com/driver-detected/driver-detected-a-controller-error-on-device-harddisk1-dr3.php Does the error occur after drive removal or at the time when swapping is going on? 0 Message Author Comment by:Jsmply2010-07-01 Difficult to tell exactly as we have a volunteer
Have done all the usual troubleshooting as you would expect. In Regards to the similiar hardware, it's not identical. IE: \Device\HardDisk1\DR5, then the error can be shown with \Device\HardDisk1\DR1, and then \Device\HardDisk1\DR2, etc. Noxcho we will check that right away and post again.
It will provide extra logical data integrity layer above controller, so will alert you on the spot about how your integrity is fairing. I still think that Windows is trying to access the drive and by removing it you interrupt these attempts. And according to your last statement. It used to appear 2-5 times a minute and now I have not seen it once since last reboot.
You may also... yeah, i'm here because i have the same problem. I have done as you said and It is the actual Internal Harddisk drive which is in Location 1. Still good so far, no random event 11's throughout the day and did a few more removals with no errors . . .
Seculla Aug 09, 2012 @ 17:44:05 It's the stupid SATA cables. But there seems to be no real good description about all these naming conventions. Nox 0 Message Author Closing Comment by:Jsmply2010-07-05 The solution ended up being to disable sleep mode on the Seagate manager software (which changes the setting on the drive). Why was it called a harddisk???
They are all fairly new and so is the system. diskpart didn't give me any helpful info beyond what the Disk Management console had already provided. The old IDE cables are superior to this new stuff.